The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is the single entrance exam a medical aspirant has to go through to get a seat in any medical college. The Medical Council of India (MCI) and Dental Council of India (DCI) in 2016 had introduced a common medical entrance examination or National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) for the admissions in the undergraduate and postgraduate programs in government or private medical colleges in India. Undoubtedly, NEET is one of the highest debated entrance exams of the country, but after all, it took off a huge burden from the shoulders of many students. Instead of sitting for a number of exams, a medical aspirant just needs to qualify one entrance exam to attain a seat in any medical college across the country. Hence bringing transparency to the admission procedure in all private and government colleges.
How to download NEET UG Admit Card 2020:
- Go to the official website – ntaneet.nic.in
- “Download Admit card” – click on this link flashing on the homepage.
- Enter the details asked – application number, date of birth, security pin.
- Click on the Submit button. It will redirect you to the NEET 2020 Admit card page.
- Download and have a print of the NEET hall ticket for the counseling and admission process.
JUST FOR YOUR KNOWLEDGE
Candidates who wish to get admission into M.B.B.S. course must have completed their Class 12 with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English with the percentage prescribed by the respective authority. The admission to MBBS degree will be done only on the basis of NEET scores.
NEET 2020 has been scheduled to be conducted on September 13, 2020, and the admit card has been released. With less than a few days left to prepare students are giving a last-minute touch up to their studies. The paper is divided into four sections (physics, chemistry, zoology, and botany). The total marks for this paper will be 720 and the total time given will be 3 hours. The marking scheme for MCQs will be four marks(+4) for the correct answer and deduction of one mark (-1) for incorrect answers.
Tips and Tricks for NEET Aspirants
Here is a last-minute to-do list for the candidates:
- NEET Mock Test Papers are available to test one’s knowledge along with making the candidate more confident about oneself. The more one practices the more one is confident.
- Taking breaks between each lesson or after a period of time is necessary. Candidates should not study for a long period of time as it can make them feel exhausted.
- When it comes to competitive exams like NEET, one must never ignore any topic. Equal importance should be given to each topic.
- Maintaining a healthy diet is a must. Irregular diets or tension might cause health problems making the candidate feel low on the day of the exam.
- Burning the midnight oil does no good to any student. A good night’s sleep ensures a clear mind.
Participating Medical Colleges
Here is a list of medical schools you might be looking for.
- Jagannath Gupta Institute of Medical Sciences and Hospital
- Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences
- Shri Ramkrishna Institute of Medical Sciences
- K.P.C Medical College and Hospital
- M.S Ramaiah Medical College
- Vydehi Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre
- Dr. D. Y. Patil Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre
- Shiksha ‘O’ Anusandhan
- ICARE Institute of Medical Sciences & Research
- IQ City Medical College, Durgapur
Through MBBS, candidates will get deep knowledge about Pre-Clinical, Para-Clinical, and Clinical subjects. Coming to a conclusion, it can be said that keeping oneself focused is a big step towards achievement. The above-mentioned tips can come in handy while a candidate is preparing for their examinations. Having said that, one should not be pressurized by the syllabus or any topic, they should keep on practicing whichever topic is unclear. Being safe and taking note of all safety measures during this pandemic has become a must when the candidate is going to the exam center has become an added step in preparing for such competitive exams like NEET. The final goal is to acquire knowledge and not be a sheep in this society filled with competition.