National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) and distance learning students will no longer be eligible to appear for NEET if a new amendment proposed by the Executive Committee of the Medical Council of India (MCI) is approved. Union MHRD and MHFW ministers Prakash Javadekar and JP Nadda are currentl..
NEET 2018 is the national level entrance examination for admissions into medical and dental colleges across the country. The offline examination will be conducted by May 10, 2018. To attempt the examination, candidates will have to successfully register themselves by filling the application form whi..
With only a month remaining for the NEET 2018 applications to be released, many candidates appearing for the exam are confused about the age limit rule and the number of attempts available to them. CBSE has capped the number of attempts for NEET to three, with the first attempt being counted from 20..
Candidates applying for admissions to MBBS and BDS programmes through NEET 2018 are required to meet the eligibility criteria. The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Under Graduation (NEET UG) will be conducted tentatively in the first week of May 2018 in offline mode.
NEET 2018 admit card will be released in the third week of April 2018. Only registered candidates who successfully applied for NEET 2018 will be able to download the admit cards. Candidates can check details of NEET admit card 2018 including steps to download NEET admit card, things to do after down..
CBSE will release the NEET 2018 application forms in online mode in the last week of January 2018. Candidates can know from this article the complete details about how to fill the application form of NEET 2018, things to keep in mind before filling application form, important dates, etc.
This new decision has unsurprisingly evoked unrest among many candidates who are now straightaway made ineligible for admissions to all MBBS and BDS seats in the country from the 2017-18 academic year onwards.
The final verdict on the controversial NEET upper age limit criteria will be passed by the Supreme Court on Friday, March 31, although petitioners will be allowed to fill the applications until then. This comes after the MCI went back on its decision to remove the age limit, arguing in favour of ret..
The Medical Council of India has agreed to scrap the upper age limit criteria for NEET 2017 based on the recommendations of the Supreme Court mandated Lodha Committee. An official notification is now awaited from the CBSE.