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NEET UG 2024: Without biology students can apply for MBBS admission check NEET syllabus and eligibility changes – NEET UG 2024: NEET application started, these 4 major changes including MBBS eligibility rules, Education News

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NEET UG 2024: National Testing Agency (NTA) has started the registration process for the medical entrance exam NEET. Candidates can apply online by visiting exams.nta.ac.in/NEET. NEET UG 2024 form can be filled till 5 pm on March 9, 2024. The application fee can be deposited till 11.50 pm on 9th March. NEET exam will be conducted on 5th May 2024 while the result will be announced on 14th June 2024. Through NEET, admission to MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS, BUMS and various other undergraduate medical courses is done in all the medical colleges of the country. Apart from this, candidates for Military Nursing Service (MNS) will also be able to take admission in B.Sc Nursing course of Armed Forces Medical Service Hospital through the marks of NEET UG exam.

NEET paper will be of 720 marks in which questions of 180 marks each will be asked from the four subjects Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology. There will be 50-50 questions from all four subjects.

Read here what changes have been made in the NEET exam this time –

1. Eligibility rules changed, people without biology can also apply
Eligibility- 12th pass with English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Biotechnology subjects can apply. Must have studied English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology as main subjects.

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This time they are also allowed to appear in the examination
According to the eligibility rules of NEET 2024, students who have studied Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics as core subjects in 12th and have Biology or Biotechnology as their additional subject, can appear in the MBBS entrance exam. Are. These candidates can appear in the examination by filling the NEET form. However, their admission will be confirmed only after the results of the appeals made in the court and the special leave petition filed by the Medical Council of India.

Age Limit – Candidate should be born on or before 31.12.2007.

3. Number of exam cities increased
The total number of exam cities in India for NEET UG 2024 has been increased to 554 cities instead of 499 cities last year. Candidates can select any four cities of their choice for NIU exam.

3. No exam abroad this time
This time NTA has decided that NEET will not be conducted outside India.

4. Application website changed
Now you do not have to go to nta.ac.in or neet.nta.nic.in to apply for NEET UG. The new official website of NEET application is now exams.nta.ac.in/NEET or neet.ntaonline.in.

Application Fee – General – Rs 1700
EWS and OBC – Rs 1600
SC, ST, Divyang – Rs 1000

To apply, students need passport size photo, postcard size photo, signature, left hand thumb impression, class 10th certificate, category certificate, disability certificate, citizenship certificate.

These documents will be needed
– Passport size photo – latest photo. Have white background. The face should occupy 80 percent of the photo.
– Postcard size photo – The date on which the photo was taken should be on the photo. There should be a name as well. Not wearing glasses and hat. The face should occupy 80 percent of the photo.
Signature should be on white background. The signature should be in black pen. The sign should not be in capital letters.
– Left hand thumb impression – in blue ink on white paper.
– 10th certificate
– SC, ST, EWS, OBC Certificate

Mobile number and email ID must be active and correct.
At the time of application, students will have to fill their mobile number and email ID. It is very important for it to be correct and always active. OTP will come on these only. The counseling process will also run through this mobile number.

There is a glut of applicants, know how many MBBS seats are there
Last year, a record 20.87 lakh applications were received for NEET. Whereas currently there are 108940 MBBS seats in the country. Tamil Nadu has the maximum number of 74 medical colleges. However, Karnataka has the highest number of MBBS seats at 11745.