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NEET UG Exam 2021 (All information below)
NEET is a National Level Entrance Exam organized every year. It is an elite entrance test for admissions in different medical course programs. The exam conducting body for the exam is NTA (National Testing Agency). NEET is the most sought after choice among the aspirants of the medical field. Through this exam, candidates are offered admissions in different undergraduate programmes in courses of AYUSH, BDS, MBBS, Veterinary, other medical/ para-medical courses. There are more than 1500 colleges which require NEET eligibility. The exam of NEET is conducted in 11 different languages, i.e. Hindi, English, Urdu, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Assamese and Oriya. The notification for NEET UG Exam 2021 is about to release soon. Therefore, it is advised that students should check the articles linked down below and get complete information regarding the exam. Check here full NEET notification.
How to Apply for NEET 2021
The application procedure to apply for NEET is similar to any other exam. Students who want to apply for the NEET 2021 can do so through the official website of the NTA. It is to be noted, that there is no process specified for postal applications. Also, the students who desire to give the exam in languages other than English can opt for the desirable language while applying. Students can complete the whole process of application by following the step by step procedure depicted below. Students need to fill the form with all the details and fee submission. Upon application submission, students will be able to print out the application form. Keep the hard copy safe for future references.
NEET Registration 2021
First step to apply for the neet is registration. Candidates have to register them self in the NEET official website. In registration process you have to fill your basic detials and verify your email and mobile number. Read more about NEET registatrion here.
The application form of NEET 2021 is expected to be out soon. It is expected to be out in February 2021. There have been many speculations going for the exam, regarding its conductance. For the current year, the exam is likely to be conducted online. NTA with the Ministry of Education and Health ministry are even having discussions regarding the conductance of exam two times in a year. Although, no official announcements have been made regarding the same. The expected date to filling up of application form is, month-end of February. All the applications for the exam will be submitted online @ntaneet.nic.in. There’s no process specified for offline mode of application but students residing in Kargil, Kashmir can apply through the offline mode. All the aspirants who wish to apply for the exam must stay updated. Check more details here
Application Form Correction
As you complete with filling up the application form, the examination offers a provision for correction in the application form. If in any case, you made a mistake in your application form, the correction can be done. NTA opens a Correction window, to make any type of corrections in your application form including changes in any documents. The correction window is open before the last date of the form submission. Students will be able to edit basic details filled up during the process. In addition to this, exam centre preference can also be changed during the correction window. Any correction to the application is allowable for only one time. The application window for this year will be open after the application process starts. Read more
NTA NEET has a set of specific eligibility criteria for the exam. So, before the students start applying, it is very essential to know the eligibility criteria. All the candidates who desire to give the exam need to fulfil these criteria. The criteria are set up according to specifications like Nationality, age, qualifications minimum marks, and so on. Some of them are listed below:
- Nationality– Indian, OCI, NRI, PIO and other foreign nationals
- Age– for giving NEET, a candidate should be at least 17 years of age. The upper age limit is 25 years as per the current status. Although the decision is still under consideration in the Delhi High court. Read the article to find out
- Educational Qualifications– Student applying must have completed class 12th with 50% marks for General Category candidates and 40% for SC/ST/OBC
The examination for NEET is usually conducted in an offline mode. But this year, there have been some speculations going on for adjusting the examination into an online examination pattern. Although, this cannot be stated with surety because there are no legal announcements by the authority yet. Examination of NTA NEET is conducted in almost every state. The exam is held through different centres made within the state. Students who apply for the exam, visit these centres to finally give the exam. NEET examination has various centres available in states like Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Delhi, Jammu & Kashmir, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala Karnataka and many more.
The examination dates for NTA NEET 2021 will soon be released by the concerned authority. The exam is likely to be conducted in May 2021. So, there are almost 3 months to prepare for the exam. Students seeking admissions through NEET should start preparing beforehand. Preparing ahead is the only way to prepare for the best. As it is a 3-hour exam, consisting of 180 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) questions, you need to prepare your best. There are many things you need to do before and after, as you prepare for the exam. Some important points to consider include Important topics, time management and subject matter. We have curated some great tips for you all. You will get some of the best tips to ace the NTA NEET 2021. Tips to prepare for NEET 2021 examination. Read here
NTA NEET offers reservation at various levels. The number of seats under NEET is distributed at National and State level. 15% of the total seats are reserved as the All India Quota (AIQ) Seats which provides admission to candidates in the top government colleges all over India. It is offered to students of all states except Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh. The rest 85% of seats are reserved under the State-Quota Seats. These seats are filled up by the counselling at state-level. Other than this caste-based reservation is also offered by each state, according to their own reservation norms. The left seats are offered to the general candidates. According to caste, the percentage of reservation offered is:
|Persons with disability||ST||EWS||SC||OBC|
NEET UG Syllabus
The question paper of NEET, consist of a total of 180 questions. As per the officials, the syllabus of NTA NEET 2021 is going similar to the previous year. Also, as the syllabus is already very much reduced by the boards. So, it is expected that the syllabus will be framed considering the same. The complete syllabus will soon be released by the authority in the official notification. Syllabus of NEET consists of lesson units from Biology, Physics and Chemistry of Class 11th and 12th. Biology forms a major portion of the syllabus and has a weightage of 50%. Questions in the NEET examination include all three subjects:
- Physics – Mechanics, Electricity, Modern Physics, Magnetism, Heat and Thermodynamics, Optics, Waves.
- Chemistry – Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry
- Biology- This section can be further divided into two heads:
- Zoology – Human Physiology, Animal Husbandary, Biotechnology, Biomolecules, Animal Kingdom, Human Reproduction, Evolution, Human health and diseases, Structural Organization in Animals.
- Botany – Plant Physiology, Genetics, Ecology, Cell & Cell Cycle, Structural Organization in Plants, Diversity of Life, Reproduction, Biology in Human Welfare.
Read complete NEET UG syllabus here.
Question Paper / Paper Analysis
NEET paper analysis is basically to examine the pattern and type of questions asked in the exam. It is to help candidates get an idea about the exam pattern and how easy or difficult the exam is. So, the students can prepare well for the exam. There are basically three sections of the question paper, i.e., Biology, Physics and Chemistry. The question paper covers all the topics under the syllabus of NEET. The level of difficulty varies according to the sections. The Chemistry section is considered fairly difficult by a majority of the students. Also, only about 30% of the Botany section includes easy questions. Whereas Physics and Chemistry have 55% and 31% easy questions respectively. Questions included in the paper cover the syllabus of 11th and 12th standard. A detailed analysis of the question paper can work well.
Chapter-wise Weightage of Marks in NEET 2021. Read Here
NEET Exam Important Books
What makes an exam preparation stand out, is the books. Books form an important aspect of any exam preparation. NEET is the most important exams among the aspirants of medical courses. As per its importance, it becomes extremely crucial to know how to prepare for the best. Here we have curated the names of some of the important books that you can use to start with your preparations. These are 5 top books, we are recommending. There are some other books as well.
- ONE LINER APPROACH’- “BIOLOGY”:— “NEET”- ‘NATIONAL ELIGIBILITY CUM ENTRANCE TEST
- Concise Inorganic Chemistry- J.D. Lee
- Master the NCERT for NEET (Biology)- Arihant
- NCERT Physics Textbook for Class 11 – Part 1 & 2
- Elementary Problems in Organic Chemistry for NEET- M.S. Chouhan
We have listed and linked some more books and question papers according to the subjects- Check Here
NEET Admit Card
Admit card for NEET 2021 will be released by the authority once the application process gets completed. Applicants who fill-up the form will be able to get admit cards. The admit cards for the exams are expected to release by the end of April 2021. The admit cards will be released at least 10-15 days before the final examination. Students can download their admit card from the official website of the NTA. They can do so by logging in using their respective User ID and password. Admit cards have to be downloaded online and will not be sent by post to any candidates. Admit card will contain some basic information like your name and the name of the exam centre. There will be additional details as well and documents required to download. Check the complete process and information about the NTA NEET Admit card Here
NEET Exam Dates
The NEET exam dates for 2021, has not been released by the NTA as of now. Although, the exam is expected to be held anytime in between the first and second week of May-June 2021. As soon as the official notification is released by the authority, students can start filling up the application form. The application forms are likely to be out in February 2021. Once the application forms are filled up, admit card for the exams will be available. It is expected to be released 15 days before the exam, which can be any time between April-May. It is advised that the students should remain updated about the release of application forms. The process of Result declaration and Counselling is likely to be organized in June-July 2021. These are all the expected dates, once the official notification is out, we will update you the same.
Exam Pattern for NTA NEET 2021, is going to remain the same as the previous year. But as the various boards are reducing the syllabus. It is expected that for this year the question paper will consist of many internal questions. The situation will be clear after the official brochure is released by the authority. Generally, the examination of NEET basically contains three sections: Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Sections of biology contain questions from both zoology and botany. All these sections are spread under the 180 MCQ based questions. It contains 45 questions each from Chemistry and Physics. biology section makes up 90 questions in the question paper. Each question is of 4 marks, thus making it a total of 720 marks at maximum. The paper also includes negative marking for each wrong answer. 1 mark will be subtracted for each wrong answer.
NEET Mock Test / Sample paper
NEET Mock test and Sample papers form the most important aspect for the exam preparation. Only practising the previous year papers and mock tests will help you score the best. This is because it will give you the practical idea of the examination. It will also improve your time management. As the NEET exam has a provision of Negative marking it becomes necessary that students practice the questions regularly. Various mock tests are available on the official website of the NTA. Students can download these mock tests and start practising. Other than that, there are a lot of previous year sample papers assorted by our team. Two of these are listed below. Check more of them, here.
NTA releases the answer key for different sets of paper online, after a few days of the exam. For this year, the answer key is likely to release at the end of June 2021. Answer Key displays all the responses to the questions asked in the exam. By using the answer key, students can estimate their rough marks. If any students have uncertainties about the answers or its accuracy. NTA issues an official notice to challenge the answer key. A time frame of about 2 days is given for the same. Students who think they are right in their claim can go for challenging the answer key. The fee to challenge the key is INR1000 per question which has to be paid online. No challenge will be considered without a fee. If your claim to the key is found to be correct, the fee will be refunded.
Know more about the Answer Key and how to Challenge?- Find Out
OMR Answer Sheet
OMR Answer Sheet is released by NTA for challenging the Answer key. It is this OMR sheet which is challenged. NTA opens a window where the students can view the OMR answer sheet. The option of challenging the OMR answer sheet is available on the website. NTA uploads the scanned images of the answer sheet OMR based. Students have to visit the official website and Login with their respective credentials. All the question number are listed down along with the answers assorted by the machine. The number of answers marked by the students will also be displayed on the screen. If students discover a mistake or have doubts regarding any question. They can challenge it. Students who challenge the sheet can know the state of their objection through the official website.
NEET UG Result
The Result for NTA NEET 2021, will be declared after the examination process is completed. The students who will sit for the exam will finally be able to view the results. The result will be published on the official website of NTA. As the application process has been already delayed for this year. NEET Results 2021, are expected to be released in June-July, 2021. The results will be released online on the official website of the NTA. It will be released in the form of Scorecards. Candidates can download their scorecard by logging in to the official portal of the NTA. These scorecards will be used as evidence during the admission process. Scorecard will contain details like Name of the student, Total marks, Percentile, Category-wise Rank, All India Rank and the Cut-off. Check result information here
Rank & college Predictor
Rank and College Predictor is used to predict the college you can get based on the rank. It basically provides an approximate idea about your chances of getting the admission in the college you desire to be in. It displays the data for all the Medical Colleges providing admission through the NEET scores. It makes use of an algorithm using the data of the previous years. It uses the opening and the closing ranks for last year’s counselling and predicts the rank. In addition to this, students can also get an idea about the college, fees, placements offered and the admission process. The student just needs to register and enter information like NEET rank, Gender, Domicile and Category. All the information will be listed including the opening/ closing ranks and cut-off.
Check and Predict your rank and College- Click Here
NEET Cut-Off marks/List
Under NTA NEET, the cut-off marks are released for 15% All India Quota seats and 85% state quota seats, prepared by the designated authorities. The Agency declares minimum cut-off marks required by the candidate to pass the exam. Cut-off marks are prepared category-wise as per the reservation norms. Cut-off helps in preparing the merit list at All India level and State level. Students who are willing to give the exam this year can check the cut-off marks for previous years to get a clear idea about the cut-off. It will give you an estimation of the marks you need to score to get the college you desire. We have made a list of cut-offs for the past few years. You check the state-wise cut-off for last year (2020) and subsequent previous years (2019, 2018). NEET cut-off also varies Category-wise, for admission into Government and Private College.
Still wondering about how many marks are required to get MBBA and BDS through NEET? Check cut-off
The Merit list for NEET is released by the NTA after the official result is out. The list is provided to the concerned bodies responsible for the process of further counselling at various levels. Merit list is generated based on the marks obtained by the students. This list is published by the authority online. Under NTA NEET, merit list is created at different levels. Lists are created to develop All India Rank, State Rank and AIQ Ranks. The merit list created for All India quota is essential for central counselling. Merit list of NEET consists of the information like Name of the Students, NEET Score, All India Rank. The students are allotted seats based on the merit list obtained.
Check Cut-off for GEN, OBC, SC/ ST State-wise – Merit List
NEET All India quota Counselling
The counselling for NTA NEET is also done at two levels, Central (for AIQ seats) and State (for state seats). Students who qualify the NEET, are eligible for the 15% AIQ counselling. The process of counselling is managed by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). It is a step by step process. Candidates who participate in the counselling have to register with payment. After that, the students will get to fill their choice of seat. A seat will be allotted to each student which he/she can lock according to their preference. A specific result of counselling will be declared. Also, there are various documents which will be considered during your counselling. These documents are:
- Certificates of Class 10th and 12th
- Birth Certificate
- Proof of Identity and Photograph
- Category Certificate
- NEET Admit Card, Rank Card and Provisional Allotment letter
NEET State-wise Counselling
The counselling at the state level is done for the 85% seats under the State Quota. Candidates can apply for these seats only in the state they have domicile of. Students are offered admission in various government and private colleges functioning under the respective state. State-level counselling is done by the respective State Counselling Authority. In the State-wise counselling of NEET, the rank list plays a major role. As soon as the seats are allotted to the candidates, they need to report the same to the college for confirming the seat. Check here NEET State Quota Counselling Registration
The procedure for the counselling for the initial round starts after the student completes the registration process. Round-1 involves locking their individual seats and the process of seat allotment. Candidates with the higher merit are allotted the seat at first. After the completion of Round-1, the results are declared. Upon the declaration of results of Round-1, if the student is satisfied with the seat, he/ she has to report in the respective allotted college and complete the admission process. If not, the student has the provision to sit for the Second Round of the Seat allotment. He can provide his choice to participate in the next round as YES or NO. Also, all the student who did not get any of the seats in the first round should participate in the second round.
Read More about Neet 1st round.
The second round of the counselling starts after the First counselling is completely over. The students who did not get the seat in the first round and the student who marked their willingness to participate in the next round as YES can sit for the Round-2. In the second round, all the left/ added seats are displayed. In this round, the students need to submit a brand new choice of seats. All the choices filled up by the candidate previously will not be considered valid anymore. Students will have to do a new registration, mark the choices again and lock the seats provided. After the results of the allotment process are announced, candidates satisfied can report to the allotted college and complete the admission process. If in any case, some candidates are still left then another round is organised.
Read More about Neet 2nd round.
The last round for the counselling is Round-3 also known as the Mop-up Round. This the final round and is similar to the Round-2. The Mop-up round is organized after a few days of completion of the second round. Students participating in this round have to again do a fresh registration. Fill up the left choices and lock the seats. The process of seat allotment is organised and the results are declared for the round. Students who are assigned the seats can visit their assigned college and complete the admission process. Students left, will not be considered further for admission. Although, they can sit for NEET again next year, if eligible.
Colleges & Seats
Through the exam of NEET, students are offered admission in various colleges under the centre and the state. The number of seats under the centre and the state is distributed as 15% and 85% respectively. Admissions are offered for various degrees under AYUSH, a degree in MBBS, BDS and Veterinary. Admission is solely offered based on the scores obtained in the NEET examination. A special list is generated for State-Wise government Colleges. Under the states, as well as overall, the maximum number of admissions under MBBS, is offered by Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujarat, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. According to the courses, the overall number of seats as per the data of last year is:
Facilitation centres are the centres to help the students residing in the backward areas who don’t have the facility to apply for the NEET exam. Facilitation centres are also known as the Common Service Centers (CSC). These centres are provided as a part of Digital India campaign and Ministry of IT, under the Government of India. Such centres are managed at each village Panchayats. The facilitation centres to help the students in filling the form until the final submission and fee payment through e-wallet. Assistance is provided to the students in filling the form successfully, with a small fee. In India, there are more than 2.4 lakh CSCs which provide such support to the students. A list has been formed by the NTA, of all the CSCs, available on the official website of NTA.
Check all the facilitation centres here
NEET Hindi post
NTA NEET हर साल आयोजित एक राष्ट्रीय स्तर की प्रवेश परीक्षा है। यह परीक्षा विभिन्न चिकित्सा पाठ्यक्रम कार्यक्रमों में प्रवेश के लिए एक प्रमुख प्रवेश परीक्षा है। मेडिकल क्षेत्र के उम्मीदवारों के लिए NEET की परीक्षा सबसे प्रमुख विकल्प है। परीक्षा का संचालन NTA(नेशनल टेस्टिंग एजेंसी) द्वारा किया जाता है। इस परीक्षा के माध्यम से, उम्मीदवारों को AYUSH , BDS, MBBS, पशु चिकित्सा, अन्य चिकित्सा/ पैरा मेडिकल क्षेत्र के पाठ्यक्रमों में विभिन्न स्नातक कार्यक्रमों में प्रवेश दिया जाता है। भारत में लगभग 1500 से अधिक कॉलेज हैं जिनमे NEET पात्रता की आवश्यकता होती है। NEET की परीक्षा 11 विभिन्न भाषाओं में आयोजित की जाती है, हिंदी, अंग्रेजी, उर्दू, तमिल, तेलुगु, कन्नड़, मराठी, गुजराती, बंगाली, असमि और उड़िया। NEET UG Exam 2021 की अधिसूचना जल्द ही जारी होने वाली है। जिसके पश्चात सभी छात्र आवेदन कर सकते है। छात्र लगातर NTA की वेबसाइट पर प्रवेश परीक्षा के विषय में जानकारी देखते रहे।
आवेदन कैसे करें– जनिए
Exam centre city codes list
The exam centres under NEET are given special 4-digit unique codes. Every student chooses an exam centre (places where the examination is held) while filling the application form. There are about 155 examination centres provided by the NTA. Students have to select only 3 among these while filling the preference for the examination centre. List of Cities along with the city code is given in the Appendix-II of the NTA NEET 2021 Information brochure. Students need to choose the centre which is in the closest proximity. These examination centres are distributed according to the state and UT. Small states like Arunachal Pradesh has only one centre, whereas states like Maharastra and Kerala have even more than 10 centres. City code list includes Name of the State, City and city code. For Example Bihar- Gaya- 1501, Patna 1502.
You can view a detailed list of every state- Click Here
Changes In NEET every year (Appendix)
NTA NEET while releasing the official brochure includes some changes each year. As per the changes adopted last year, like releasing the language-based prospectus for each language. Changes like removing colleges are also done. This year, as the official notification is not out yet so there is no official information regarding the changes. Although, predications have been there about the reduction in syllabus due to the syllabus reduction by CBSE. The Education Minister, Ramesh Pokhariyal during his live sessions also stated that the syllabus for the exam may remain like the previous year. He also declared to hold discussions regarding conducting NEET exam online and twice a year. In addition to this, some internal choices can also be offered to the students for this year.
Will NTA NEET 2021 be conducted online? Check Latest News about NEET 2021
NEET State Quota Merit list
As already stated, 85% of the seats are withheld under the state quota. It is only the state that conducts its counselling. The conducting body at the state level also declares a rank list which will be used in the further counselling process. This merit list is prepared based on the marks achieved by the student in the exam and the details filled in the application form. The student who desires to get a college in their respective state should fulfil the criteria set up by the NTA. It includes the student to be the domicile of the state and possess the necessary qualification from the state. Through the state-quota merit list, students are offered admissions in various government and private colleges under the state. Merit List of some of the states is given below:
|Gujarat||Jammu & Kashmir||Delhi|
|Andhra Pradesh||Himachal Pradesh||Madhya Pradesh|
NEET State Quota counselling
For NEET counselling at the state level, the counselling is organized for the 85% of the seats reserved for the states. These seats are allotted to the students belonging to that particular state. The counselling at the state level is done based on the Merit list obtained. The number of seats under the state varies according to the state. Students who qualify the NEET exam can sit for the counselling at the central level as well as at the state level. Under the state, the process of counselling is specified by each state. The process, basically includes the registration, seat allotment and counselling rounds. Apart from these, any other process if required is also stated by the state itself. You can check the counselling process of some states given below:
NEET State Quota Cut off
Reservation under the State Quota is given to the minority of the state. All the students who qualify NEET exam are eligible to sit for counselling for the seats under the state quota. State cut-off is generated for 85% of seats reserved under the states. Students who are not able to secure a seat under the 15% AIQ quota, are considered for seats under the state quota. The cut-off for the state is decided upon the Merit list generated. State Quota cut-off differ with the states. This cut-off is generated for each counselling rounds under the state. For example, Kerala is among the state with the highest cut-off of more than 600marks. Whereas, Goa is among the states observed to have the least cut-offs.
Check State wise neet cut off;
|Uttarakhand||Jammu & Kashmir||Delhi|
NEET Qualification Codes
NEET Qualification codes are given for each type of qualification. This code is entered while filling the application form. These codes have to opt with alertness as it is the most important aspect of the examination. This code will be examined during the process of counselling. To make it easy, we have listed down few of the qualifications with their respective codes to provide you with an estimated idea about the codes. Students who are willing to fill the applications this year can check the detailed list.
- Code 1 – class 12th appearing
- Code 2 – completed Class 10+2
- Code 3 – 10+2 with Biology/ Biotechnology, Physics, Chemistry, English
- Code 4 – completed pre-medical examination with Biology/ Biotechnology, Physics, Chemistry, English
- Code 5 – passed 1st year of any Bachelor’s degree with Biology/ Biotechnology, Physics, Chemistry
- Code 6 – Passed B.Sc with a minimum of two subjects including Biology/ Biotechnology, Physics, Chemistry
- Code 7 – passed any exam equivalent to 10+2 with Science
Check complete NEET Qualification Codes here
NEET Rules and Dress Code
NTA has laid down a set of rules and dress codes to maintain the decorum of the exam. Set of rules include the reporting timings, banned items and food items like packed foods. Fruits and tablets are allowed only for diabetic students. Also, ornaments and piercings are banned in the examination hall. Apart from this, NTA declares a dress code for the exam day, along with all the other rules. Dress code includes only light clothes with half-length sleeves. No full sleeve clothes are allowed. Shoes are not allowed for the exam. Only, slippers and sandals with a low heel are allowed in the examination hall. In addition to this, due to the pandemic situation, more rules may be included for NTA NEET 2021, like sanitisers and masks. Although, it is yet to be announced by the authority.
Get complete details of dress code for the exam day, along with all the other rules- Rules and Dress Code 2021
After the result declaration of NEET, the next step is the counselling. Students who are provided seats in colleges through subsequent counselling rounds. Students who are satisfied with their allotted seats proceed for the further process of admission in the college. Through the counselling for AIQ, students are given admission in the government medical colleges all over India whereas the counselling for the 85% state quote provides admission in various universities under the state. For students who get offered seats in the college of their choice can go for further process of admission. The process of admission in the college is according to the policies of the respective college. Students not satisfied with the college allotted can also apply for private colleges as they offer more flexibility in many terms. You can sit for the counselling by filling the application form of the respective state. Check Complete NEET admission process here.
It is really important to know which colleges you will be in after you crack NTA NEET 2021. There are many colleges which offer admission through NEET. National Institute of Ranking Framework (NIRF) also ranks the colleges every year and give them scores accordingly. According to NIRF, top colleges offering admission through NEET are listed below. We have listed top 5 colleges here.
- All India Institute of Medical Sciences
- Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research
- Christian Medical College
- Banaras Hindu University
- National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences
You can check for complete list of colleges and seats state-wise: HERE
In India, there are various private colleges as well which offer admission to students into Medical courses through NEET. Some of these colleges stand apart in their excellence and are at par with the government colleges in terms of the education. Now the NIRF is also giving ranking to these medical colleges which is proof of the quality education.
Some of the top private colleges in India are listed below, check the complete list here;
- Kasturba Medical College
- MS Ramaiah Medical College
- Lady Hardinge Medical College
- St Johns Medical College
- JSS Medical College
- Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences
- KS Hedge Medical Academy
- Osmania Medical College
One of the major aims of students sitting for the NEET examination is to get a government college through it. India has some of the top government colleges offering admission in courses like MBBS, BDS, etc. through NEET.
We have enlisted below five colleges among these;
- JIPMER Puducherry
- Aligarh Muslim University
- Bangalore Medical College
- Armed Forces Medical College
- Grant Medical College
- Dr. DY Patil University
- King George’s Medical University
- Vardhman Mahavir Medical College
All NEET colleges
There are more than 150 colleges all over India accepting NEET. It includes all the government and private colleges. Students are offered various colleges under the All India Quota and State Quota. Here we have listed below few of these who offer admission in the college under the AIQ through the scores obtained in NEET.
- Dayanand Medical College and Hospital
- Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Science
- Topiwala National Medical College
- Sher-I-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences
- Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College
- Government Medical College
- Seth GS Medical College
- Sardar Patel Medical College
- Maulana Azad Medical College
- Delhi University
Seats offered trough NEET are divided as 15% under the All India Quota and 85% under the State Quota. There are a large number of seats available in each state, through which students are offered admission in government and private colleges under the state. State-Wise List of some states is given below. These are the seats as per the last year, seats are subject to change. Check the article to view the complete list.
|State/ UT||Total Seats||Govt. college seats||Private college seats|
NEET Physics Preparation Tips
Preparation is an important aspect of any examination. Only with a unique study plan, one can ace the NTA NEET 2021. As the paper is divided into sections, you need to prepare for each of it accordingly. Some of the tips for the Physics section are:
- Clear the important concepts of theories
- Keep the basic formulas on your fingertips. You can make sticky notes and paste them to make it easy to learn.
- Move your focus more upon understanding the question and concept behind
- Last and most importantly, practice daily.
NEET Chemistry Preparation Tips
The chemistry forms an important section under the NEET examination. It is considered a fairly difficult section. Students need to work more hard on chemistry. Some exclusive tips to prepare for it are:
- Make sure to study the NCERT of both Class 11 and Class 12
- Study reactions and their mechanisms under Organic Chemistry
- Understand the theories and practice a lot
- Make sure to read from the authentic sources only
NEET Biology Preparation Tips
Biology is the sole section with the maximum number of marks under NEET. Biology section consists of 90 questions equivalent to the other two sections combined. So, for this section students need to prepare the best. It is the only section that can make you score more. Here are some of the tips to make preparation easier for all the students.
- Study from NCERT enough to prepare you for the exam
- Practice Diagrams many times
- Make concise notes and practice them as MCQs
- Understand and Memorize all the tables
BEST Android app for preparation
With the digitization of India at various, who benefitted the most out of it was the students. NEET Android apps for preparation seem to be the best choices for studying online. Especially, times like Covid-19 have made us realize the importance of such apps, even more, when the student could study through their phones amid the crisis. There are many applications online, that help students prepare for exams. These android apps contain video lessons, question papers, mock test and quizzes which help students clear their concepts for different topics. We have listed some of these apps below, which you can utilize to prepare for NTA NEET 2021.
- National Test Abhyas
Best YouTube channel for NEET
Apart from Android mobile applications, Youtube has also grown to be the platform most chosen by the students for the preparation of different exams. You can study through these Youtube Channels whenever the time is apt for you. YouTube has some of the most unique channels when comes to exam preparation. These are easy to understand videos, which simplify the concepts for students. You can also re-watch and also save videos for future references. In addition to this nowadays even quiz tests are available in videos for students.
- Khan Academy
- Aakash itutor
The notification of NEET 2021, is not out yet. The examination is expected to be held in May-June 2021.
There is no official notification released by the authority yet. It is likely that the application will start in February 2021.
No. There is no official announcements regarding the cancellation of the exam. Although the whole process of the exam is delayed this year. There have been discussion going on considering the exam. The official announcement of dates and the notification is expected to be out soon.
As per the last year, examinations in foreign centers were prohibited. There is no information available on this yet. The officials will make announcements regarding the same.
NTA with the Ministry of Education and Health ministry had discussions regarding the conductance of exam two times in a year. Although, no official announcements have been made regarding the same.
No official announcement is there for the same.
The examination for NEET is conducted by the National Testing Agency of India (NTA).
The lower age limit for the exam is set up as 17 years (as calculated on 31 December). The upper age limit is set up as 25 years (the decision about it is still pending in the Supreme Court)
It is expected that the syllabus for 2021, may have some changes because of the syllabus reduction by the CBSE. As per the statement by the education minister, during one of his live sessions. It was stated that the syllabus will remain the same. Although, nothing can be declared before the official notification comes out.
Candidates of General category require 50% marks in PCB to qualify for NEET.
Students with a compartment in subjects can still apply for the exam. Although they will have to produce passing certificates of class 12th with required percentage of marks.
Yes. Application forms for NEET are also available for foreign nationals, PIO, OCI and NRIs if they fulfil the eligibility criteria.
Foreign students applying for the exam must have Chemistry Physics, Biotechnology/ Biology, English as major subjects in Class 12 or equivalent. Percentage required is 50%.
Yes. Students currently studying in Class 12th who will complete their session in 2022 can apply for NEET.
Yes. Details can be edited in the application form during a specific time period when the correction window is made open for the students. Personal details, exam centre can be changed within this period. In addition to this, any required document may also be uploaded.
All the students who qualify the NEET exam are eligible for the 15% AIQ and the 85% state quotas as well.
No. Exam centers for special language preference will be provided in the same state.
The application fee for General Category candidates is INR 1500. For General candidates belonging to the EWS category, the fee is INR 1400.
No such provision is there.
The NEET counselling for 2021 is expected to be held in July 2021.
There will three rounds of Counselling for NEET, which will be conducted by the DG of Health Services, MCC.
The results are expected to be released in June 2021.
State ranking for NEET will be released by the individual state.
Answer Key for NEET, will be released within few weeks after the exam.
Any student who has any objection against the answer key is free to object. A special window is made open by NTA for challenging the Answer Key. Students who think they are right in their claim can challenge the key. The fee to challenge is INR 1000/ question which is necessary to pay, for your question to get considered for the claim. The fee will be refunded if the claim is found to be correct.
A student requires a minimum of 600 marks out of 720, to get a government college.
There’s no bar on the maximum number of attempts, under NEET.