Effect on NEET Aspirants if Exam postponed or cancelled further

By Kshitija Manaswini

Taking the NEET Exam 2020 into consideration medical students are facing a lot of issues as the academic session that needs to be continued after the NEET Entrance exam is being postponed continuously(for two times)thus putting the future of MBBS students(NEET Aspirants) into danger. Although NEET Exam 2020 has been re-scheduled to September that is 13th of September. Some parents and students are looking forward to the postponement or cancellation while the others are in favour of the exam being held. The NEET 2020 Application Form correction window has been re-opened to edit the applications.



What if the NEET exam is cancelled?

Some students may not be very happy with the decision of the cancellation as all their hard work and worship will go into vain. The process may even lead to very destructive results such as depression. Being the only exam for medical, students pay a lot of dedication to this, some of them take a risk of dropping their academic year just to prepare for the examination. In case they fail to appear for the exam it can put heavy pressure on their mental condition. Nevertheless, the situation occurring day by day that the government will be going through all aspects of this situation and will come up with an idea that serves everyone.


The alternate options if NEET 2020 is cancelled

There are no official alternatives that have been declared yet. But if there is a situation of NEET cancellation there could be the possibilities of normalization process i.e.offering admissions based on candidates performance in the previously acquired education. But as for now as the NEET Exam is scheduled to be held on 13th of September NEET aspirants have at least two more months in their hand to prepare for the Entrance Exam. Here is the Preparation for NEET Exam in a Month follow this to ease your load. For many Aspirants, it may the for the last time that they are eligible for the exam they need to go through 7 Things to keep in mind if it's your last NEET Attempt


Conduction of Exam in an Online Mode

Every year lakhs and lakhs of students are appearing for the exam, they travel from their places to a particular city to appear for the examination. Experts say that this could give a chance of exposure for the students to the deadly virus, hence advising both online and offline mode. Till now its pen-paper based but in case there are some changes both the mode should be provided hence safeguarding the life of the NEET aspirants as said by the experts 


What if a NEET Aspirant Cannot appear for the Exam?

Aspirants who in case fail to appear for NEET 2020 or the exam itself gets cancelled for whatever the reason may be can opt for the other medical courses if in case they do not want to waste a year 


The following medical courses are:

EMOC- Emergency Obstetric Care
PGDPH- Post Graduate Diploma In Public Health Management
DGO- Diploma In Obstetrics and Gynaecology
MHM- Master Of Hospital Management
MPH- Master Of Public Health
NLEP- National Leprosy Eradication Program
DDS- Diploma In Dental Surgery
DPT- Diploma In Physiotherapy Training


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