NEET 2020 Latest News and Updates
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NEET 2020 Latest News and Updates - Medical aspirants appearing for the national level entrance examination can get notifications regarding the latest news and updates of NEET 2020 here. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) is been seen doing a lot of major changes in the field of medicine. As per NEET latest news and updates 2020 some of these have already been made and many others are imminent. One of the major NEET 2020 latest news by MoHFW is the scrapping of AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER MBBS from the year 2020, and the conduction of a single medical UG entrance test, i.e., NEET 2020. This is being done under the effect of the National Medical Commission Bill (NMC) introduced this year.

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Following the trends of previous years, NEET for the year 2020 will also be held on the first Sunday of May, i.e., May 3. This article by Careers360 will keep updating you about all the latest news and updates of NEET, change in exam pattern, timings, dates of events, etc.

NEET Latest News and Updates 2020 - Date-wise

As aforementioned, NMC bill has been passed in the year 2020, which affixes itself on the top of NEET 2020 latest news and updates and will somehow be the basis of all the forthcoming changes. Medical aspirants can check below for the latest news and updates of NEET (date-wise)

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November 13, 2019 - The current website of NEET 2020 i.e. ntaneet.nic.in mentions that "NEET website is under maintenance'. Therefore, it is expected that NTA is soon going to launch NEET 2020 official website. Check the screen shot of the website below.

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October 4, 2019 - Heretofore, AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER MBBS was being conducted by AIIMS, New Delhi and JIPMER, Puducherry respectively. As apprised by MoHFW in NEET latest news and updates 2020, the national level entrance examination will be single medical entrance exam for undergraduate courses in the country, thus, AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER MBBS have been scrapped henceforth.

August 21, 2019 - In accordance with NEET 2020 latest news and updates, NTA announced all the important dates of NEET 2020. These include NEET application form 2020, exam and result dates.

August 8, 2019 - President Ram Nath Kovind gave his approval to the NMC Bill by signing the same. The bill will come into full force within a period of three years, i.e., by 2021. Fractional changes from the bill can be seen being implemented by the ministry, one of which is scrapping of AIIMS and JIPMER entrance examination for undergraduate courses

July 22, 2019 - The list of latest news and updates of NEET is being topped by the NMC bill which was introduced in the Lok Sabha. Until now, NEET was being conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA), but in lieu of the same NMC is going to be the new Medical Council for all admissions and queries in the field of medicine. NMC bill introduces National Exit Test (NEXT), which is to be applicable on all the medical institutions including those of national importance. Hence, there is going to be a common medical entrance test for undergraduate courses.

What is NMC bill?

NEET latest news and updates 2020 suggests that NMC bill aims at replacing the Medical Council of India (MCI) which is nearly sixty three years old . On July 22, 2019, Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Minister of MoHFW proposed the bill in the Parliament. The bill will bring in changes as cited below:

  • The medical field will be strengthened with the presence of highly qualified and adequate number of medical professionals

  • Medical professionals will be able to adopt the latest methods of medical research

  • The NMC bill will assure periodic evaluation of all the medical institutions

  • Additionally, there will be an effective mechanism for grievance redressal

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We do not have 2019 data yet. Neverthless, in 2018 an All India Rank of 240859 secured a score of 265 marks and secured a seat in Tezpur Medical College under ST Plain Category. Now this is 2018 cut off and cut offs change every year depending on various factors such as no.of Candidates appearing for the exam, no.of Candidates qualified, top NEET score and difficulty of the exam. So for securing a seat in this Category, you should atleast aim for 350 or more marks. This is all under State Quota.

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my daughter completed 12th in cbse board in 2016. she now want to write neet 2020.what should be the qualifying code she should enter . is it code 2

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 20th Nov, 2019
Has she studied anything between 2016 and 2020? The qualification code depends on this. If yes, please mention the course she has studied after 2016.
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Sir, can anyone please tell me that for the eligibility criteria of neet, that is 50 % aggregate in pcb in hs, is this marks included for both theory and practical or only in theory ?? I got 50 in physics (theory =22, practical=28) am I eligible ??

Priyaanka Sarkar Student Expert 20th Nov, 2019
Yash, for you to be considered for NEET, you should complete your 12th and pass in all subjects. And score a minimum aggregate of 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Now your marks will be a mix of both theory and practicals. So you have to pass both in theory and practicals in all subjects but score 50% in Physics, Chemistry and Biology. It is 50% for General Category, 45% for PWD and 40% for OBC,SC,ST. Now it isn't clear which board you studied in. But if 22 means pass in theory, then you are good to go.
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What minimum marks should I score in neet 2020 to get a seat in Mbbs at Ram manohar lohiya medical college Lucknow

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It's an very reputed government medical College so atleast you need 580+ marks to get that college . And If you have up domicile then it can be vary accordingly around 10-20 marks .
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