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First NEET On Sunday - Exam Day Form Download The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct the first ever National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET UG) on Sunday except the state of Karnataka where it will conducted later due to the elections. The NEET UG is the countrywide common entrance exam for admission to undergraduate medical courses and CBSE is conducting it on behalf of Medical Council of India (MCI).

Actually the test was to be introduced a couple of years back suffered the delay due to litigation and certain issued related to the uniformity of syllabus. The main objection to the national level medical entrance test was that the students studying in the state education boards would lag behind the students studying in the central education boards due to vast difference between the contents of syllabus up to the level of class XII. However the state syllabus now upgraded the other issue of other state students taking admission in the medical colleges will put the local students to disadvantage was another point on which several state governments and some private medical colleges opposed the NEET. The petitions are still pending with the Apex Court. Simultaneous with the NEET some states and private colleges have conducted or conducting their own entrance tests and it will be only after the decision of the Supreme Court on NEET the scores of either of the examinations will become effective.

Meanwhile, the students who are supposed to appear in NEET UG tomorrow are advised that they must carry a most recent photograph of self in size 3.5 inch x 5 inch (post card size only) along with the form available online at http://cbseneet.nic.in/cbseneet/online/Postcardphoto.aspx. The proforma duly filled along with photograph has to be submitted to the exam invigilator.

The NEET UG exam will consist of one paper with 180 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) in objective type pattern (4 options with 1 correct answer to choose from) from Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The answers will have to be provided on specially designed machine-gradable sheet using blue/black ball point pen only. There will be 45 question each from Physics and Chemistry and 90 from Biology. The NEET UG has negative marking scheme.

The time activity for NEET UG -

  • 9:15 AM Entry in the examination hall
  • 9:30 – 9:45 AM Checking admit card
  • 9:45 AM Distribution of sealed test papers
  • 9:55 AM Answer sheets
  • 10:00 AM Exam starts
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