Latest News on NEET Exam 2017
Latest On Friday, central government told to Supreme Court that it is an urge to carry out NEET examination for entrance in BDS and MBBS courses, in Urdu medium from next academic year.
Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar, of central government, told the panel including R Banumathi and Justices Kurian Joseph that it is not effective to use Urdu as an optional medium for NEET entrance exam.
Panel for centre grants a time till 22nd March and others comprising MCI, DCI, and CBSE for supporting their responses in this case. On considering the request of Student Islamic Organization (SIO), the panel has now set Urdu as a medium for NEET 2017 for proceeding hearing on March 26.

Presently, NEET is being organized in ten languages – English, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Oriya, Telugu, Assamese, Kannada and Tamil. Formerly, on 3rd March, the apex court had considered responses by CBSE, DCI, and MCI on the request of introducing Urdu as a language medium for NEET 2017.
After the MCI supported for Urdu to use it as a language medium in conducting NEET, earlier than the apex court, which was appraised by states of Telangana and Maharashtra as per the statement of SIO.
Previously, the Supreme Court had declined to give urgent hearing for the petition that supposed the prohibiting of Urdu as one of the languages medium in NEET exam to be held on May 7 with statement “illogical and violative of Article 14 and 21 of the Constitution”. 25th January, 2017 – Candidates who are keen interested in applying for this exam, can suppose the releasing of application form in December 2016 as well as NEET MBBS Entrance 2017 would more often be conducted in May 2017.
It is to be conducted at National level and consists 52,305 seats for BDS and MBBS.
  • Duration of course for MBBS is 4 and half years with 1 year mandatory rotating training; as well as 4 years plus 1 year mandatory for rotating training.
  • Time allotted for completing the exam is within 3 hours.
  • It is a multiple choice questions which should be answered by one accurate option.
  • Numbers of questions involved are 180 questions.
  • It also contains negative marking for its every wrong answer.
  • Examinations are assumed to be conducted on May 1 st week, 2017 (tentative).
  • It includes both online and offline fee payment method.
  • Its final date for application form submission is on 23 rd January, 2017.
  • Receipt of CBSE verification page can be obtained at January 2 nd week.
  • Admit card can be downloaded from the official website of CBSE at April 1 st week, 2017.
  • Result for NEET Exam will be declared at June 1 st week, 2017.
  • And NEET counseling will be held after announcement of result declaration.
Eligibility criteria:
  • Candidate should be of Indian Nationals or OCI (Overseas Citizen of India).
  • Applicant’s age should be minimum of 17 years as on 31 st December at the time admission; and maximum should not be more than 25 years of age as on 31 st December; and 30 years age for reserved category.
  • Candidate should have passed class 12 th from any of the recognized board with any of the suggested subject with English.
  • Candidate should have obtained 50% marks in PCB for general category; 45% marks for physically handicapped; and 40% in SC/ST/OBC category.
15th January, 2017 – Great news!!! NEET PG examination results 2017 are declared and presently, 31330 applicants have cleared the exam and have become capable to apply for all India quota entries.
11th January, 2017 – Unfortunately, this time the examination dates scheduled will collide with other Engineering Entrance Examinations like WBJEE. As declared, the application forms will be available soon to the candidates as they eagerly waiting for the applications to be out.

04th January, 2017 – It is clearly stated in the regulations that the eligibility criteria is for 15% of All India Quota entries. As it is already declared that the eligibility standard approved for 15 % of All India Quota entries in regulation of NEET, the candidates must be of the age of 17 years or should be at the time of applying or should be of the age of 17 years before or on 31st December of the present years of his/her entrance.

04th January, 2017 – It is also declared that CBSE administrators have declined to mention for the release date for 2017 NEET Applications.

03rd January, 2017 – For entry designating, candidates should require to login to the authorized site of Medical Council of India under the online All India Quota regarding NEET UG counseling 2017.

Important Rules
Candidates are required to go through the Information Bulletin carefully and acquaint themselves with the following:-
  • Candidates can apply for NEET-II “Online” only. No offline application will be entertained.
  • Information Bulletin can be downloaded from the website www.aipmt.nic.in.
  • Online submission of Application Form may be done by accessing Board’s website www.aipmt.nic.in. Instructions for Online submission of Application are available in the Information Bulletin and on the website www.aipmt.nic.in.
  • Candidates must follow the instructions strictly as given in the Information Bulletin and on website. Candidates not complying with the instructions shall be disqualified.
  • Candidates must retain the following documents with them as reference for future correspondence.
    • At least three printouts of the Confirmation Page of online Application.
    • Proof of fee paid.
    • At least 5 copies of identical passport size Photograph that was scanned and uploaded on the Online Application.
    • At least 2 similar post card size photos (same as scanned and uploaded on the online application).
    • Copy of the system generated Self Declaration in respect of candidates from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and J&K who have opted for seats under 15% All India Quota .
    • Candidates must ensure that mobile numbers, e-mail ID filled in the online Application form are their own or their parents’. The Board will make communication by SMS or e-mail on given mobile number and e-mail ID respectively only.
    • The CBSE will not be held responsible for non-receipt of latest information due to wrong mobile number, e-mail ID and correspondence address filled in the Online Application Form.
    • The fee can be remitted in the following ways:
      • By Credit Card/Debit Card.
      • Remittance through e-challan by depositing in CBSE Account with Syndicate Bank,, State Bank of India, ICICI Bank or HDFC Bank.
      • Net Banking.
      • E-wallet of Common Services Centre.
    • Fee remitted through Indian Postal Order / Demand Draft/ Pay Order/ Cheque/Cash, etc. would not be accepted in any circumstances. Such applications would stand rejected and no correspondence on this account will be entertained.
    • Final Submission of Online Application will remain incomplete and unsuccessful in case of failure to complete Step-3 of.
Online Application.
Candidates must preserve the Admit Cards till the admission in MBBS/BDS Course. Any correction pertaining to the photograph, signature and right hand index finger impression will be intimated through e-mail and SMS and the same will be available in the candidate’s login account. Other corrections are not permissible, therefore, ensure submission of correct data.

Important Notes
  • NEET – II will be held on 24.07.2017 . (tentatively)
  • NEET–II will be held in single stage and would be an objective type test.
  • Only one application is to be submitted by a candidate.
  • Particulars filled in application form may be chosen carefully as options exercised once cannot be changed later including . Examination centre city and Language of Question Paper.
  • Allotment of centre is made by Computer and there is no human intervention. Under no circumstances the allotted centre shall be changed by the Board.
  • The candidates can download Admit Card for the Examination from website www.aipmt.nic.in. Relevant information will also be hosted on the same website.
  • The candidates can download the Result, Marks cum Rank Sheet/Rank Letter from the website www.aipmt.nic.in.
  • For the latest updates, candidates must remain in touch with the website www.aipmt.nic.in, www.mohfw.nic.in & www.mcc.nic.in and the websites of concerned States/Institutions till the completion of final round of counseling.
  • Candidates should fill-up online form and pay fee well in advance to avoid last hour rush on the server. No request regarding non-submission of application will be entertained.
  • Notes: CANDIDATES ARE ADVISED TO BE IN TOUCH WITH NEWS AND EVENTS.
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To pursue career as a Doctor the candidates have to go through the PMT common written examination held on various centers across the country. As this is one of the fastest growing fields in India, the competition has also gain hick in terms of recruitment of the students in the medical field. Medical field has great significance in India hence to nationalize this approach the involvement of Pre Medical Exams came into existence. The PMT exam as conducted for the recruitment of candidates in the field of MBBS/BDS programmes for various national and government institutes.
The PMT exams are conducted by the CBSE board which follow a particular pattern for its examination include a Common Written exam that comprise of major portion in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Zoology. There is a huge competition within the medical students to get the best ranks in this exam so that they can able to pursue their dream through best college across the country. To get appeared in these exams the candidates usually start their preparation from the very initial stage.
The candidates those who have put up their best efforts while making preparation for these exams can qualify the exams easily and to practice well one can take the help of previous exam papers.
The entire government medical institute follows the same admission procedure based upon the ranks of the candidates in PMT exams. The exam portion is mainly based upon the syllabus of NCERT so the candidates need to focus accordingly
The eligibility criteria mentioned for the candidates those who can appear for the PMT exams include 50% of passing marks in class 10+2 along with 50% of aggregate passing scores in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry and Biology individually is a must.
Here on this website we have covered all the required portions associated with PMT exams so that you can avail the maximum information needed to carry out these exams effectively. To know more on selection criteria, application form availability, syllabus, best colleges, exam portions, important dates and NEET- UG please refer to the specified links.