Delhi Govt. Plans Free NEET/JEE Coaching for Students

Delhi Govt. Plans Free NEET/JEE Coaching for Students

Cracking NEET and JEE are the primary aim of most school students in India. So much is the competition that they cannot do without a rigorous training at pricy coaching institutions that have mushroomed all over the country. However, not all can afford it, specially students studying in government schools. To bring them on par with private school students, the Delhi Govt. has thought of giving them free coaching for NEET and IIT/JEE, reports the…

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How to Score Maximum for NEET?

How to Score Maximum for NEET?

With NEET happening twice a year now, it’s important to change the strategy and plan for it. Most students take 9-12months to prepare for the NEET exam. However, a planned way of study can get it done in 8months. In just about 8 months preparation you can score the maximum in NEET. The Eight Month Study Plan First 1 month (September): This is the best time to revise your Class 11 syllabus. The first few months is…

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Write NEET from Your District

Write NEET from Your District

Sitting for the NEET exam is going to be easy for medical aspirants, as they no longer have to travel to the centers located miles away. One can write the exam from their district itself. What is it? From the coming academic year, medical studies aspirants will be writing the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) in their respective districts, Union Human Resources Development Minister Prakash Javadekar informed Rajya Sabha on Thursday. The assurance came when a member spoke about…

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JEE (Main), NEET to be Held Twice a Year

JEE (Main), NEET to be Held Twice a Year

NEET and JEE aspirants can heave a sigh a relief now, as govt. announces twice a year examination pattern, spanning multiple days. What is it? Two of India’s most popular competitive exams, the JEE (Main) and NEET, will now be held twice a year. The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) (Main), for undergraduate admission into various engineering colleges, will be held in January and April. The National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET), for admission into medical…

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Learn from the 100 Percentile Scorer in AIIMS

Learn from the 100 Percentile Scorer in AIIMS

The unthinkable happened when 17-year-old Eliza Bansal topped the  AIIMS entrance test with 100 percentile marks. Let’s hear it from the young gun who hails from Punjab’s Sangrur district, “I am very happy with my exam results. I never expected that I will score 100 percentile in the entrance exam.” Subject-wise percentile in AIIMS MBBS 2018 Biology percentile: 100 Chemistry percentile: 99.94 Physics percentile: 100 GK percentile: 97.87 Dreams to be a cardiologist “I want to serve the people of our…

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Open School Students Eligible to Apply for NEET 2018

Open School Students Eligible to Apply for NEET 2018

Thanks to a new directive from the Health Ministry, several open school students across the country can sit for the upcoming NEET examination.  The Ministry is all set to issue a notice which will make the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) and other open school students eligible for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) – 2018 say reports. The decision of overturning Medical Council of India’s (MCI’s) order came after the HRD Ministry’s…

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NEET-II to be Held on July 24

NEET-II to be Held on July 24

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Friday said it will conduct the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test-II (NEET-II) for admission to medical and dental colleges on July 24, as scheduled. As per the Supreme Court orders on NEET and the Ordinance promulgated by the government, the exam will be conducted on July 24 (Sunday), CBSE said in a statement. Candidates have also been asked to check the NEET website for latest updates and…

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No Common Engineering Entrance Test for Now

No Common Engineering Entrance Test for Now

Amidst the confusion surrounding implementation of the NEET, the All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has ruled out the possibility of any common entrance test for engineering seats in the country. AICTE chairman Anil Dattatraya Sahasrabudhe told on Tuesday that though there was “thinking” on these lines, nothing concrete can be expected even the next academic year.  He was speaking after participating in the 51st annual convocation of Bangalore University. Pointing out that some States…

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No CPMT this year, UP to go for NEET

No CPMT this year, UP to go for NEET

The Uttar Pradesh Combined Pre-Medical Test (UP CPMT) will not be held this year, the state government said on Wednesday. Instead, the government has decided to go with the second phase of objective type National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) scheduled on July 24 across the country. The government’s decision has cleared uncertainty over UPCPMT which had left the aspirants confused. Source: Times of India

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Doctors with Foreign Degrees Flunk Test in India

Doctors with Foreign Degrees Flunk Test in India

With the Supreme Court-mandated NEET to be in place next year, experts expect a larger number of students to choose colleges in countries like Russia, China and Ukraine, where admission is easier and courses cheaper. However, statistics show students with medical degrees from these countries are finding it increasingly difficult to pass the screening test that allows them to practice in India. The number of students taking the test has doubled but the pass percentage…

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