NEET 2021
Source: Hindustantimes.com

The National Testing Agency has not yet disclosed the exam dates of NEET 2021. On the other hand, social media is flooded with the queries asked by the participants.

There was a live interaction with the Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal. He said that the ministry is thinking about conducting NEET 2021 twice like it conducted JEE exam. However, he has still not confirmed the exam pattern and other details of the same.

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EDUCATION AND HEALTH MINISTRY CONNECTED TO DISCUSS ABOUT NEET 2021

Ramesh pokhriyal said that the National Testing Agency had a word with the senior officials of the education and health ministry. They connected to discuss holding NEET 2021 twice a year. Moreover, the Education Minister said he will announce all the decisions regarding the entrance exam, its scheduled dates, and exam pattern soon.

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STUDENTS WILL GET CHOICE FROM DISCARDED TOPICS OF NEET 2021

The Education Ministry said that there will be no changes in NEET this year. However, some education board has reduced some part of syllabus. So, it is decided that students would now get a choice for the removed topics.

NEET EXAM PATTERN WOULD RELEASE SOON

On the other hand, the authority would declare the exam pattern for NEET aspirants soon. It is in line with the students who appear for JEE Mains. They have to attempt 75 questions out of 90. However, this year students have to answer 180 questions of their choice.

The National Testing Agency is going to start the registration process for NEET soon on the official website ntaneet.nic.in.

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Only the eligible candidates can register for the medical entrance test. Through NEET, a total of 82,950 MBBS, 26,949 BDS, 52,720 AYUSH, 525 BVSc and AH seats across India.

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