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


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National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test - UG

Last updated: Nov 08, 2021

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What is the NEET UG BDS Exam?

National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test or NEET is a common entrance exam conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA). It is the sole governing body for all the admissions to seats available in Medical, Dental, AYUSH colleges in India. The NEET exam is conducted for admission in various departments like Medical, Dental, AYUSH (Ayurveda, Unani, Sidda, Homeopathy) courses at undergraduate level for getting admissions in dental courses in good reputed colleges or institutes, which are approved and recognised by DCI in India.

National Testing Agency (NTA)

  • The National Testing Agency (NTA) is an independent, autonomous and self-sustained premier testing organisation under the Ministry of Human Resource Department (MHRD), Government of India (GOI). 

  • The NTA is the government organisation established by the Societies Registration Act (1860) and has been entrusted by the Ministry of Education with the task of conducting the NEET Exam.

Level

  National

Frequency

  Once a year

Mode

Paper based (Offline)

Language

English, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Oriya, Assamese, and Urdu

Significance

  Mandatory for entry into BDS course

Examination Fee

  • General/OBC-Rs.1,500/-

  • General-EWS/ OBC-NCL-Rs 1,400/-

  • SC/ST/PH Candidates-Rs 800/-

Marking Scheme

  Negative marking

Age Limit

  No

Eligibility

  • The students should have passed their PUC or 10+2 in Physics, Chemistry & Biology with 50% (General) aggregate and 45% (OBC/SC/ST) from recognised board are eligible to apply for NEET-UG BDS exam

  • The students should have completed minimum of 17 years of age as on 31st December of the year of which admission is sought

Exam Format and Syllabus

The NEET UG BDS exam is conducted through Paper based test (Offline) mode at specified exam centres. The NEET UG BDS exam is Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) based and consists of 200 questions out of which the candidates are required to attempt only 180 questions.  The exam paper is divided into 3 different sections. The duration of the NEET exam is 3-Hours or 180 minutes and there will be Negative Marking for the wrong answers.

Subjects

Sections

Questions

Marks

Physics

Section A

35

140

Section B

15

40

Chemistry

Section A

35

140

Section B

15

40

Botany

Section A

35

140

Section B

15

40

Zoology

Section A

35

140

Section B

15

40

Note: There is Negative Marking for the wrong answers. 1 mark is deducted for each wrong answer.

Centres for NEET Exam

State

City

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

Port Blair

Andhra Pradesh

 

 

 

 

Guntur

Kurnool

Nellore

Tirupati

Vijayawada

Visakhapatnam

Tenali

Narasaraopet

Machilipatnam

Mangalagiri

Arunachal Pradesh

Itanagar/Naharlagun

Assam

Dibrugarh

Guwahati

Silchar

Tezpur

Bihar

 

 

 

 

 

Gaya

Patna

Hajipur

Madhubani

Nalanda

Sitamarhi

Vaishali

Chandigarh

Chandigarh/Mohali/Panchkula

Chhattisgarh

 

Bhilai/Durg/Bhilai Nagar

Bilaspur

Raipur

Surguja

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

Daman & Diu

Daman

Delhi/New Delhi

Delhi/New Delhi

Goa

Panaji/Madgaon/Margao

Gujarat

 

 

Ahmedabad

Anand

Bhavnagar

Gandhinagar

Godhara

Patan

Rajkot

Surat

Vadodara

Valsad

Gandhidham

Kutch

Haryana

 

 

Faridabad

Gurugram

Ambala

Karnal

 

Himachal Pradesh

Hamirpur

Shimla

Jammu & Kashmir

 

 

Jammu

Srinagar

Anantnag

Baramulla

Jharkhand

Bokaro

Jamshedpur

Ranchi

 

Hazaribagh

Karnataka

Belgaum/Belgavi

Bengaluru

Davangere

Dharwad

Gulbarga/Kalaburagi

Hubli

Mangaluru

Mysuru

Udupi

Kerala

 

Alappuzha

Angamaly

Ernakulam

Kannur

Kasaragod

Kollam

Kottayam

Kozhikode/Calicut

Malappuram

Palakkad

Thiruvananthapuram

Thrissur

Idukki

Ladakh

 

Leh

Kargil

Lakshadweep

Kavaratti

Madhya Pradesh

 

Bhopal

Gwalior

Indore

Jabalpur

Ujjain

Rewa

 

Maharashtra

 

 

 

Ahmednagar

Akola

Amravati

Aurangabad (Mr)

Beed

Buldhana

Jalgaon

Kolhapur

Latur

Mumbai

Nagpur

Nanded

Nashik

Navi Mumbai

Pune

Satara

Solapur

Thane

Sindhudurg

Ratnagiri

Dhule

Manipur

Imphal

Meghalaya

Shillong

Mizoram

Aizawl

Nagaland

Dimapur

Kohima

Odisha

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Angul

Balasore/Baleswar

Berhampur

Bhubaneshwar

Cuttack

Rourkela

Sambalpur

Balangir

Bhawanipatna (Kalahandi)

Keonjhar/Kendujhar

Koraput

Malkangiri

Paralakhemundi (Gajapati)

Phulbani (Kandhamal)

Rayagada

Puri

Puducherry

Puducherry

Punjab

Amritsar

Bathinda

Jalandhar

Ludhiana

Patiala

Rajasthan

Ajmer

Bikaner

Jaipur

Jodhpur

Kota

Udaipur

Sikkim

Gangtok

Tamil Nadu

 

 

 

 

Chennai

Coimbatore

Cuddalore

Kanchipuram

Karur

Madurai

Nagercoil

Namakkal

Salem

Thanjavur

Tiruvallur

Tiruchirappalli

Tirunelveli

Vellore

Chengalpattu

Virudhunagar

Dindigul

Tirupur

Telangana

 

 

 

Hyderabad

Karimnagar

Khammam

Ranga Reddy

Warangal

Sangareddy

Mahbubnagar

Hayathnagar

Tripura

Agartala

 

Uttar Pradesh

 

 

 

 

 

Agra

Allahabad/Prayagraj

Bareilly

Ghaziabad

Gorakhpur

Jhansi

Kanpur

Lucknow

Meerut

Noida/Greater Noida

Varanasi

Fatehpur

Mathura

Sitapur

Faizabad

Aligarh

Uttarakhand

Dehradun

Haldwani

Roorkee

West Bengal

24 Pargana (North)

Asansol

Bardhaman/Burdwan

Durgapur

Hooghly

Howrah

Kharagpur

Kolkata

Siliguri

Outside India

 

Kuwait

Dubai

What’s new in the NEET Exam?

  1. In the NEET-UG BDS exam, the sections are now divided into two parts: Section A and Section B

  2. The candidates are required to attempt only 180 questions of the total of 200 questions

  3. The NEET-UG BDS Exam will be now conducted also in 13 regional languages

  4. The age-limit criteria have been removed from the tie-breaking procedure to allot AIQ seats

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