CBSE announces dates for NEET 2016; May 1 AIPMT is now NEET phase 1
Govind Kumar, 28 Apr 2016, #NEET
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Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the proposed dates for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET 2016). As per the NEET 2016 examination schedule, NEET 1 will be conducted on May 1 for those candidates who have filled AIPMT application form. The next phase of the exam NEET 2 will be conducted on July 24 for those candidates who have not filled AIPMT application forms.

Ajay Sharma the counsel who represented CBSE in the Supreme Court told Careers 360 that CBSE has proposed to conduct NEET in two phases. “NEET Phase 1 will be held for AIPMT applicants As already scheduled on May 1. The next phase of NEET will be conducted on July 24,” he said, adding that the result of both the phases will be announced on together on August 17. Read the full story here.

The examination authority, CBSE, will declare the combined result of both stages of NEET 2016 on August 17. The online counselling for allotment of MBBS and BDS seats under 15% all India seats will be done from August 17 to September 30. The examination schedule was presented by CBSE on April 28, 2016 at the time of hearing in the Supreme Court.

Candidates can check the NEET 2016 examination schedule from the table given below. 

NEET 2016 Query

Official Clarification

NEET Phase-I  Exam Date

On May 1, 2016

NEET Phase-II  Exam Date

July 24, 2016

What do you mean by NEET Phase-I

As per the directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court,  AIPMT-2016  will  be  known  as  NEET Phase I

Who can appear in AIPMT-2016/NEET Phase-I on May 1, 2016

Only  the  candidates  who  have  applied  for AIPMT-2016 can appear in AIPMT 2016/NEET Phase-I

Who can appear in NEET Phase-II on  July 24, 2016

Only the candidates who have notapplied for AIPMT-2016 can appear in NEET Phase-II

Can a candidate registered in AIPMT – 2016 /NEET-Phase-I will be allowed to appear in NEET Phase- II?

No

Can   a   candidate   remain   absent   in   AIPMT- 2016/NEET-Phase-I      be   allowed  to   appear  in NEET Phase-II

No

Can  a  candidate  be  allowed  to  appear  in  both NEET Phase I and NEET Phase- II

No

Earlier, the Supreme Court of India had cleared the Medical Council of India (MCI) proposal for National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) setting aside its previous order under which common entrance examination for MBBS, BDS and PG courses were proscribed. Read the full story here.

 

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The SC had also asked the concerned authorities to present a schedule on the national level medical test on April 28.  Read the full story here.

The Court decision has come just 3 days before national level medical entrance test AIPMT is scheduled to be held across India for 15 per cent all India quota seats in government medical colleges. With the implementation of NEET 2016, all other upcoming medical entrance exams are likely to be cancelled.

Since 2013, many state governments are conducting their admission tests separately. About 6-7 lakh candidates annually appear for medical entrance tests in India. There are about 80-90 entrance examinations conducted by different examination authorities for admissions to about 52000 MBBS seats in in more than 400 medical and dental colleges of India.

 

Now, candidates aspiring for medical entrance exams are likely to face a common medical entrance for securing MBBS and BDS seats offered in central and state government medical and dental colleges.

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