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NTA NEET UG 2022 has been postponed to July? What the officials have to say?

NTA NEET UG 2022 has been postponed to July? What the officials have to say?

  • March 28, 2022
  • Posted By : Oswaal
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NEET 2022 is expected to be conducted in July due to the conduction of board examination during mid-June.

 

NTA NEET 2022: The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Undergraduate (NEET UG 2022) official date is yet to be announced yet. It is expected to be released at the official website of NTA (National Testing Agency) which is the conducting body of the examination. According to various resources and rumours, the NEET examination is likely to be postponed till July 2022.

 

REGISTRATION BEGINS SOON

 

 The NEET application process is all set to begin from the first week of April. NTA is likely going to announce the dates for the registration soon. The registration form for the examination can be filled in 5 steps which includes registration, filling the details, uploading the images in required format, payment of the fees and at last print out of the confirmation page.

 

More than 16 lakhs candidates register for this examination in order to get admitted into various universities of both government affiliated and deemed for the medical courses in the country. Any information regarding the application procedure is still awaited. Aspirants are required to keep all the documents ready in order to complete the registration smoothly.

 

Latest update on NEET 2022

 

According to the date sheet provided by the Central Board of Secondary Education, the board examination will be concluded around mid-June. The NEET exam is all set to be postponed.

As per stated by one of the senior officer that the medical advisory council of the NMC attended a meeting with the NTA and important decision regarding the examination is to be announced soon.It is rumoured that the results for NEET 2022 will be published on the official website at www.ntaneet.nic.in .

Students are advised to regularly visit the official website in order to remain updated about the important information and last minute changes. There is no official news from the NTA officials yet related to the dates.

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW), a government ministry for health and welfare policy, has recommended last two weeks of July as appropriate dates for exam conduction. The question pattern for NEET changed last year. Earlier student had to attempt 180 questions compulsorily (45 from each subject) which has changed to 200 questions (50 from each subject) with options for attempting 5 out of 10 question from each subject in section B.

 

EFFECT OF CUTOFF ON POSTPONEMENT?

 

We have seen drastic increase in cutoff marks in recent years due to various reasons. One of the major reason for the increase in those numbers are because of the extra time students get due to the postponement of the examination. Since last two years due to Covid-19 outbreak, NEET exam was conducted in the month of September (which was expected to be conducted in the month of May).

 

This extra time helped students to thoroughly revise the course and go through their weak points multiple times. This eventually led to development in overall performance of the students all over the country and ultimately rise in cutoff was seen.

 

NEET UPPER AGE LIMIT SCRAPPED!

 

According to the latest reports of the NEET-UG 2022, National Medical Commission (NMC) scrapped the upper age limit for the upcoming NEET-UG examination from this year. Earlier, the upper age limit was of 25 years for unreserved and 30 years for reserved category.

Admissions to various courses other than medical like paramedical courses, veterinary courses and Ayush courses are also done in reference to the marks scored in NEET. NTA NEET is all set to be conducted in pen and paper mode in order to fill 90,825 MBBS and 27,948 BDS seats.

 

With the removal of the upper age limit criteria, many more students can appear this examination and serve for the welfare of the nation.

 

All the Best!

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