NEET Admit Card 2020 release date and time: According to the statement released by Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India the date for downloading admit cards is to be released 15 days ahead of the exam date July 26, 2020 i.e likely to be available from July 11 or second week of July. The exam conducting authority will provide a facility to download the admit card from the website.
The candidates need to check every detail in the admit card whether if it is correct or not. If they found any mistake contact the exam conducting authority immediately. Affix passport size photograph onto the Admit card.
Candidates should read all the instructions carefully before attending the exam. Hall tickets for the NEET 2020 will be available from July 2020.
It is a National Entrance Test conducted by the National Testing Agency [NTA] for admission into various Undergraduate Medical Courses like MBBS, BDS, BAMS(Ayurvedic), BHMS(Homeopathy), BSMS(Naturopathy), BUMS(Unani).
NEET cutoff is given in percentile, candidates scoring with more than the cutoff percentile are included in the merit list.
The Neet cutoff percentile is as follows :
- General Category /OC- 50%
- SC/ST/OBC- 40%
- General Category/OC: PWD- 45%
Of the qualifying marks respectively, providing 15% All India quota seats. The candidate must have passed 10+2 or equivalent intermediate from a recognized board and completed 17 yrs as on Dec 31, 2020. There is no upper age limit as per NTA. All Indian nationals, NRIs, PIOs, and foreign nationals are eligible for this test.
NEET Admit Card 2020 download link :
Official Website of NTA https://ntaneet.nic.in admit card 2020
NEET 2020 exam date :
It was to be conducted on May 3, 2020, but it was postponed due to the spread of the novel Corona Virus in India. The newly revised schedule was released by NTA and is going to held the exam likely on July 26, 2020.
NEET 2020, Syllabus
NEET Syllabus 2020 consists of three subjects – Physics, Chemistry, Biology each of 180, 180, 360 marks each with 45, 45, 90 questions. There is no change of exam syllabus and includes all the chapters as told before, as per the notice given by NTA on 03/04/2020
“In the case of education, over-centralization is becoming a harsh and painful reality”.
NEET examination cannot be fair to every student possessing a biology-based intermediate as there are different kinds of curriculums all over India. Such as SSC, CBSE, ISCE.
NEET exam controversy
NEET is based on NCERT (National Council of Educational Research Training) which is a direct flow of the CBSE and the ISCE syllabus making a disadvantage to an average SSC student to cope up with the subject.
Few states like Tamil Nadu are against the NEET and other Joint Entrance Exams for reasons like instability of the rural to afford the coaching classes established in cities demanding higher fees rounding off to 1 lakh at minimum. The state rights for its admission into its private and autonomous government institutions are being taken over by the central.
However, it is a standard over AIIMS and MBBS with more number of questions in the biology section and also simpler questions than that of other entrance exams. It reduces the pressure of students who are in anxiety while preparing for various tests and covering different syllabuses. This NEET examination can help the student to focus on a single exam pattern and achieving success.
The results for the conducted exam will be released within 1 month. The official answer key will be uploaded on the official website of NTA after the exam.
NEET 2020 CENTRES AND NUMBER OF STUDENTS:
It is going to be conducted across 147 cities all over India with a total of 15,93,452 applicants.