NEET in 150 cities across the country

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NEET in 150 cities across the country

15-Dec-2019

The NEET in 150 cities across the country now, said the Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar

The NEET which is the medical entrance exam conducted every year by the Central Board of Secondary Education will be held on May the 6th. Meantime, the number of centres has been increased by the government where the CBSE will conduct the NEET this year. These centres will be in different cities which means that the number of cities is also increased. For the very first time, the NEET would be organized in 150 cities. Last year in 2017 the exam was held in 107 cities across the country. The Minister of the Human Resource Development Ministry said that Last year more than 4,000 applicants had applied from some cities and those cities were not on the list of the examination centres. Now, those cities have been made to the list of centres.

List of The New Centres

  • Andhra Pradesh (5)
  • Assam (2)
  • Gujarat (3)
  • Maharashtra (6)
  • Odisha (4)
  • Tamil Nadu (2)
  • Kerala (5)
  • Telangana (2)
  • West Bengal (3)
  • Uttar Pradesh (3)

*Number of centres are mentioned within the brackets.

Some new centres also have been added to the list but in the cities, which were already there in the list of centres. So, one centre has been added to each city mentioned below.

  • Chhattisgarh
  • Jammu and Kashmir
  • Jharkhand
  • Himachal Pradesh
  • Rajasthan
  • Punjab
  • Karnataka
  • Uttarakhand

The Exam Pattern for the NEET:

There will be 180 multiple choice questions in total from Biology, Physics and Chemistry. The Biology part contains Botany and Zoology too. The duration of the exam will be 3 hours.

Aadhar Card is now mandatory for the exam:

Candidates from Meghalaya, Assam and Jammu and Kashmir are not required to submit the Aadhar card number. Which say, the candidates from other states except these four will have to submit their Aadhar number. Additionally, the aspirants will need to allow the CBSE to ratify the same. For NRI students, passport number is compulsory instead of the Aadhar number.

About NEET conducted by the CBSE:

The CBSE conducts the exam as per the Dentists Act 1948 and the Indian Medical Council Act 1956. Also, both the acts were amended in 2016. The CBSE conducts this examination for the students who want to start their career in the medical field and want to become a doctor. So, this exam is especially to get admission in MBBS and BDA courses in the medical colleges approved by the Medical Council of India under the health ministry except for the institutes JIPMER and AIIMS which were set up through the Act of Parliament.

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