NEET 2017 - CBSE says domicile of AP, Telangana, J&K will not lose candidature for state govt seats despite ‘Self Declaration’
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has stated that the candidates from Jammu and Kashmir, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana who have mistakenly submitted the ‘Self Declaration’ while filling the NEET online application form 2017 will not lose their candidature for MBBS/BDS admission in state medical colleges. According to the CBSE, only those candidates who are staying in these states due to the posting of their parents or other such reasons were required to fill the ‘Self Declaration’ form.
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Thus, the self-declaration forms filled by the candidates who are domicile of these states stand nullified. Further, the exam conducting body has asked such candidates to register for state quota Counselling as and when it is declared by the State Counselling Authority.
According to the public notice released by the CBSE on its website on February 13, 2017, candidates who are originally from Jammu and Kashmir, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana but have mistakenly filled the ‘Self Declaration’ will still be eligible for admissions to 100% state quota seats in their respective states.
“Candidates who have wrongly submitted the ‘undertaking’ are being informed that in no case their candidature for 100% seats of their State is going to be affected. They are eligible even after submission of ‘Self Declaration’ for seats of their state subject to the applicable rules of their State” reads the CBSE notification.
The board also stated that such candidates will have to register themselves for Counselling in their state as and when registrations will be started by the State Counselling Authority/Admitting Authority.
According to the Supreme Court’s directive in 2016, NEET will be the single entrance examination for admissions to 100% MBBS and BDS seats in the country, apart from those offered by AIIMS and JIPMER.
In every state, except Jammu and Kashmir, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, 15% seats are reserved as All India Quota, while remaining 85% seats are reserved for domicile candidates. Students from the states of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and J & K are not eligible for 15% All India Quota seats as these states had opted out of the All India Quota since inception of all India medical entrance exam- NEET.
The NEET brochure states that a candidate appearing from any of these states for admissions under the 15% All India Quota seats is required to submit the ‘Self Declaration’ undertaking along with the NEET application form. The declaration form in such cases will make these candidateineligible for admission to the MBBS/BDS programmes in these states. However, the CBSE has now made it clear that candidates originally from these States, who are eligible for 100% seats of their states, are not required to fill the ‘Self Declaration’.
“The candidates who are not from these states but residing there because of the posting of their parents, etc. These candidates are not eligible for the seats of J&K, Andhra Pradesh & Telangana. These candidates are required to fill the ‘Self Declaration’,” reads the notification.
The online registration for NEET 2017 has begun from January 31, 2017. Candidates who wish to pursue MBBS and BDS programmes from government, private and deemed colleges/ universities situated in any state or union territory of India will have to mandatory fill the NEET online application form 2017. The last date to fill NEET application forms is March 1, 2017.
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Questions related to NEET
hello, I have grace marks of 1 in chemistry and over all percent is 65 percent in pcb can I eligible for neet exam
To be eligible for neet 2020 exams the candidate must meet following criteria:
Candidates must have passed 10+2 or equivalent with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English as core subjects from a recognized board. Candidates who are appearing for the class 12 or equivalent exam are also eligible to apply for NEET 2020. Candidates must have completed 17 years as on December 31, 2020.Aug 22, 2019
So yess you have secured the following criteria so yess you can be eligible for neet 2020 exams.
whether NEET exam will conducts or based on 12th state board cut off they will select because our tamil nadu minister requested to cancel the neet exam and we will select based on 12th state board cut off marks.
Though many were are asking to cancel Neet examination and provide admission on the basis of marks in 12th board examination but actually that's not possible practically and so Neet examination has not been cancelled and admission will be through Neet examination
Now your neet examination will be conducted on 13th September 2020.
So, now you can prepare for your neet 2020 examination even in a more better way utilising the extra time you have got. Good luck for your preparation :)
In what range of mark or rank in neet i need to score inorder to get admission for vectinary science in kerala
From NEET we can get admission to both MBBS course as well as B.V.sc. course but the counselling authorities are different. Candidates who are seeking for Veterinary courses from NEET score, a separate merit list is prepared for them by the competent authorities based on their NEET score.
It is not possible to predict the exact cut-off for veterinary courses but yes if you want any GMC under All India Quota than you try to aim 550+ marks out of 720 in NEET.
Note that above prediction is based on previous years data and cut-offs are bound to change every year depending upon various factors.
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I hope this information cleared your doubts.
CBSE decreases 30% syllabus for 2021 then will it affect for NEET & JEE 2021 If yes then how much portion will be reduced frm PCMB for JEE & NEET mention in detail......
Way before CBSE syllabus has been reduced, The MHRD did inform that the syllabus for both JEE Mains and NEET will be reduced for the year 2021 as the Academic year has been reduced due to Corona pandemic. The MHRD has not yet officially announce the syllabus but has requested suggestions regarding the topics that can be reduced for the Academic year 2021. To complement that, CBSE has reduced the Board syllabus. And if you are preparing for appearing for NEET or JEE Mains 2021, we would suggest you to stick to NCERT books for now instead of buying any book. Not atleast until NTA releases the official revised syllabus. Because no body knows what the reduced syllabus is. So instead of buying various books available in the market, you should stick to NCERT books and prepare from them regularly. Once the official syllabus has been announced, then you can start preparing accordingly and purchase books. The topics that might be retain and the topics that might be removed are still not clear and this has to come from MHRD or NTA and so we cannot speculate.
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