The registration process for 2nd phase of NEET will end on 25 June, so aspirants have got just 3 more days to apply.
As the calendar will show 25 June, the application process for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test – NEET will come to an end. Following the Hon’ Supreme Court’s verdict, Central Board of Secondary Education issued a separate notification for NEET (Phase 2) to be held on July 24, 2016, for which the online application forms were invited from all interested and eligible candidates from May 26. The submission of online application forms with fee to be paid through e-challan has ended yesterday, on June 21 and only those candidates paying the exam fee through other modes (of payment), can submit their duly filled application form latest by June 25.
The All-India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) held on May 1 was notified to be considered first phase of NEET or NEET-I as per the apex court’s order and as the second test – NEET-II was notified, it left many students across the country in a puzzled condition. The court’s order mentioned that those students who have taken the NEET-I and have concern that they have not performed well can take NEET-II given condition, that they give up their candidature for NEET-I. As CBSE did not put up answer keys of NEET-I, students are rather confused if they should not take NEET-II or re-appear for the test and leave their earlier attempt aside. Many students, parents and academicians wrote to CBSE and also appealed to extend the dates of registration for NEET-II. CBSE has not yet issued any fresh notification in this regard.
NEET is being administered by CBSE for admissions into MBBS and BDS courses across the country. The ordinance promulgated by the Centre has empowered some states to hold their own CETs, while many states decided to consider NEET results for admissions in government medical and dental institutions. The key note here is that admissions in all private medical educational institutions will be based only on NEET.
NEET-II will consist of one combined paper for Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology) with 180 objective type questions. The admit cards for the test are expected to be available on official website from July 8. CBSE has also notified to display the OMR sheet for both phases of NEET from August 4 to 6, while the answer keys will be made available from August 7 to 9. The results of both tests (NEET-I & NEET-II) are to be announced by August 17, while the exact date will be notified by CBSE later.
Planning to take admission in medical/dental college, go ahead to the official website www.aipmt.nic.in and complete the registration process before last date.