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National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test - UG (NEET-UG)


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National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test - UG

Last updated: Mar 18, 2020

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announcement What is NEET-UG Exam?

NEET-UG (Under Graduate National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) is an offline pen & paper test conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency) in a single shift, to fill all the seats in the Government and private Ayurveda colleges in India.

NTA is an independent and autonomous testing agency established by the government of India for conducting entrance tests for higher education institutions. The responsibility of NTA is restricted to conducting the test, publishing the result and providing an "All India Rank merit list" of candidates to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) for counselling.

Eligibility to apply for NEET - UG

The Minimum age to apply for the test is 17 years and there is no maximum age limit. Candidates with a minimum of 50% marks in their 10+2 exam can apply for the NEET examination. Students who appear for their 12 th standard examination, whose result is awaited, may also apply but should pass the qualifying exam with minimum 50% marks at the time of the first round of counseling. The marks criteria are as given below:

  • For Unreserved (UR) category 50% marks at 10+2 exam
  • For SC/ST/OBC non creamy layer 40% marks at 10+2 exam
  • For Persons with Disability (PwD) 45% marks at 10+2 exam

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