NEET UG 2020: New Changes by NTA

  • 06Dec,2019
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     National Testing Agency (NTA) has released the NEET UG 2020 application form on December 2. NEET aspirants will be able to fill the application form till December 31. The authority will conduct NEET 2020 on May 3,2020 in pen and paper-based mode in 2546 exam centres across 155 cities in India

    NTA has made changes accroding to changes, the aspirants has to provide their 12th roll no. and also the applicant needs to upload live photo during the filling of application form.

     Medical aspirants seeking admission in undergraduate medical courses in the country will have to fill the NEET application form. This year all seats offered in All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) will also be filled based on the NEET scores.

    The entrance test will be conducted in 11 languages including Hindi, English and 9 regional languages all over India.The NEET exam will be conducted on May 3(Sunday)

    Big Change in Registration and Conduction Procedure:

    In a bid to discourage impersonation issue and cheating case NTA asked Applicants  to upload Class X certificates, left-hand thumb impressions and also provide their roll numbers for Class XII Board Exams along with the standard signature and scanned photograph - both in passport and postcard sizes. 

    An applicant may also need to upload a live photo, Live photograph means that a photo will be taken during the submission of the application by posing in front of the webcam.

    In addition to provide more details at the time of registration, candidates will also have their photographs clicked at the test centres. This will allow the NTA to match the photos taken with the ones on their uploaded identity cards.

    1- One entrance test for all Medical aspirants:

    The Unification of AIIMS and JIPMER will only see all of 1207 AIIMS MBBS and 200 JIPMER MBBS seats in the respective institutes to be decided on only NEET UG Score.

    2- UT applicants need to self-declare their contesting consideration:

    With the new formation of Union Territories of India, the likes of Kashmir and Ladakh have thought of pulling off from the 15% allocation of the All India Quota scheme. Therefore, aspirants from these UTs need to fill in the form for self-declaration for seat allotment under AIQ. 

    3- Fee hike in Application Form:

    The application fees is Rs.1500 for General,earlier it was Rs.1400. And for application fees is amount  to Rs.1400 for General-EWS Candidate however Rs.800 for  reserved Category

    4- Multiple Edit window: 

    As the most of Class 12 medical aspirants will get their admit cards for board exam after the registration for NEET. Thus, the edit window will be re-opened by the authority for NEET Application form 2020 for the students of Class 12 to register their roll numbers.

    5- Upper Age Limit Relaxation:

    For NEET 2020, the upper age limit is capped at 25 years as on 31st December 2019, while the lower age limit is capped at 17 years as on 31st December 2019. There is a relaxation of flat 5 years for reserved category candidates in the upper age limit. 

    However, general applicants above the 25-age mark can appear for the NEET 2020 test with their candidature being considered or not, is still in a turmoil for the awaiting verdict of the Supreme Court regarding the same.

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    Important Dates: 

    Application form released02 December,2019
    closing date 31st December,2019
    Correction Window15-31 January,2020
    Availability of admit Card27th March,2020
    Exam date3rd May,2020
    MBBS course duration reduced to 50 months, Changes made by MCI Read here

    Steps to Apply:

    1. Go to the official website of NEET-UG

    2. Click on "Fill Application Form"

    3. Register by providing all the necessary details

    4. Your login credentials will be sent to your registered email address

    5. Login with those credentials to fill the application form

    6. Provide all the necessary details in the form

    7. Upload scanned copies of photograph, signature, and left-hand thumb impression

    8. Pay the application fee of Rs. 1400 (for General/OBC and Rs. 750 (for SC/ST/PH)

    9. Click on the "Submit" button

    To Apply,Click here

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