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NEET 2021 Brochure released with major changes

NEET 2021 Brochure released with major changes

NTA has released the NTA NEET 2021 brochure with the below-mentioned major changes. Aspirants should go through the below-mentioned changes for NEET 2021.

  • Changes in the NEET 2021 exam pattern:In the NEET 2021 question paper, a total of 200 questions will be asked from all the section of subjects, out of which candidates need to answer only 180. For each subject (Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology), the questions will be divided into two sections – Section A and B. Section A contains 35 questions while Section B will have 15 questions. Out of these 15 questions, candidates can answer any 10, which makes it 180 questions.
  • Admission to nursing courses: Aspirants can now get admission to BSc Nursing courses through NEET scores
  • EWS Reservation– The reservation of 10% for EWS categories will now only be reserved in National institutes and central universities
  • OBC NCL Reservations – Similarly, 27% of seats will be reserved for OBC NCL categories candidates only in National Institutes and Central Universities
  • Tie-breaking method changed– As per the previous exams, the age of candidates was one of the methods, on the basis of which authorities use to break the tie between two candidates with equal NEET scores. The method of using age to break the tie has been cancelled this year.
  • Two sets to fill the application form– NTA has changed the NEET 2021 application process for medical aspirants. Now the essential fields to be filled at the time of registration till August 6 and the remaining fields have to be filled before the declaration of the NEET result 2021.
  • Non-Disclosure Agreement– On behalf of NMC, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW), NTA use to conduct NEET UG, which is a proprietary Examination for granting medical UG admission in India. This year NTA has released the Non-Disclosure Agreement, which states “The contents of this exam are confidential, proprietary and are owned by NTA/NMC/MoHFW and explicitly prohibits the candidate from publishing, reproducing, or transmitting any or some content of this test, in whole or in part, in any form or by any means, verbal or written, electronic or mechanical or for any purpose. Hangouts, Blogs, etc. using either one’s own account or proxy account (s).”
  • NEET Exam cities increased –NTA has increased the NEET 2021 exam cities to a total of 201 from 155. This year for the first time, Kuwait City is one of the NEET 2021 exam centres and the only one abroad. Earlier, education minister has tweeted that the NEET exam cities will be increased to 198 but later in the brochure it was revised to 201.
  • List of centres issuing disability certificates increased – The disability certificates will be issued at 13 centres, earlier the number of centres was 12. With some changes in the certificate issuing centres, JIPMER Academic Centre has been replaced by Ali Yavar Jung National Institute of Speech and Hearing Disabilities, Bandra, Mumbai. AIIMS, Nagpur has been added to the list of centres issuing disability certificates.
  • Increase in the language of NEET 2021 question paper: NEET (UG) – 2021 will now be conducted in 13 languages i.e. English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu. This year, two regional languages, Punjabi and Malayalam have been added to the medium of NEET 2021 question paper.

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