A medical college offers graduate degree Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). Only institutions offering MBBS course in its curriculum are referred to as a Medical Colleges. The college may teach Post Graduate as well as Paramedical courses. The admission to government MBBS programs is highly competitive because of high subsidy and extensive hands on experience.
The MBBS course starts with the basic pre and para-clinical subjects such as biochemistry, physiology, anatomy, microbiology, pathology and pharmacology. The students simultaneously obtain hands-on training in the wards and out-patient departments, where they interact with real patients for five long years. The curriculum aims to inculcate standard protocols of history taking, examination, differential diagnosis and Complete patient Management. The student is taught to determine what investigations will be useful for a patient and what are the best treatment options. The curriculum also contains a thorough practical knowledge and practice of performing standard clinical procedures. The course also contains a 12-month-long internship, in which an intern is rotated across various specialties. Besides standard clinical care, one also gets a thorough experience of ward management, staff management and thorough counseling skills.
The degree awarded is "Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery". The minimum requirements for the MBBS course are 50% marks in physics, chemistry, biology and English in the '10+2' examinations. For reserved category students the requirement is 40%. MBBS admissions are not centralised. The admission requirements differ across universities. Generally, students who attain higher marks in the qualifying examinations and in the Medical Entrance examinations conducted by various agencies are accepted onto the MBBS course.
Professionals holding MBBS, BDS, BAMS BNYS, BUMS, BSMS, BHMS Degrees are referred to by the title of "Doctor" and use the prefix "Dr".
I (First) MBBS
The pre-clinical course consists of Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry, and these are the basic subjects of medical students and it lasts for a year. Prior to 1997 the I MBBS consisted of 11/2 years, but this was trimmed to make more time available for clinical exposure. Passing the I MBBS final examination is mandatory to proceed with the course. A candidate failing the first MBBS examination is detained until all the 1st MBBS subjects are cleared. This is considered a major drawback of the Indian medical education system.however the MCI has changed this in regulations on graduate medical education 2012. In many universities if one does not clear a subject that student will get into an intermediate batch. It is a severe drawback. Morning session usually consist of an Anatomy lecture followed by dissection, except for one day when a class in biostatistics may be taken. Afternoon sessions consist of a theory class followed by laboratory work in Physiology or Biochemistry or it may be histology branch of anatomy.
II (Second) MBBS
Pathology, Pharmacology, Microbiology, and Forensic Medicine for one and half years. After clearing all the four subjects a student advances to III MBBS. The lecture classes and lab work of these subjects are usually held in the afternoons to enable students to attend the clinical wards and out patient departments in the mornings. These are followed by Short postings (15days duration) in Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Forensic medicine, Skin & Leprosy,& Respiratory medicine & TB. This may be followed directly by major postings or a clinical posting in Community Medicine may intervene.
III (Final) MBBS-Part I
Part I consists of one year, where Social and Preventive Medicine (Community Medicine), Ear Nose and Throat and Ophthalmology form the core subjects.
IV (Final) MBBS-Part II
One year of focused training in the four basic clinical subjects, namely: Medicine, Surgery (incl. Orthopaedics), Paediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynaecology. On passing the final MBBS examination, a candidate is awarded provisional registration by the MCI or the State medical council and can start the internship. Permanent registration (license to practice) and the final Medical degree (i.e., MBBS) is given only after successful and satisfactory completion of the Compulsory Rotatory Resident Internship, also called the CRRI.
Internship and Residency
After successful completion of the MBBS course, one has to compulsorily work in the hospital attached to the medical college or in any other approved hospital allowed in some medical colleges, for a period of one year. This posting is called the Compulsory Rotatory Residential Internship or the House Surgeon in Tamil Nadu. The student gets the degree only after satisfactory completion of the CRRI. An Intern (also called an Internee or a CRRI) is posted in all the clinical departments of the hospital on a rotation basis. This gives him or her basic clinical and practical knowledge about all the disciplines of medicine and makes the medical graduate fit to work in the community as a General Physician. The schedules of an intern are usually extremely exhaustive. For example, one may have to work for the whole night and then have to start the next day duty only after about one or two hours. This may last till the afternoon. 24-hour sleepless duty at a stretch is not uncommon and sometimes the scheduled breaks are also not allowed by the superiors. He or she is also paid a monthly stipend for his work in the hospital which differs in different medical colleges on the basis of the management. The person is licensed to practice medicine only after completion of this internship. And only after finishing internship, one can receive his MBBS degree and can pursue postgraduate studies. The Interns are entrusted with clinical responsibilities under the supervision of a Medical teacher or a Resident/ PGT/ Senior medical officer. Interns are not supposed to issue medical certificates, death certificates or medico-legal documents under their own signatures.
The Internship is different from House Officership (which may follow Internship), as understood in UK and other countries. The latter is not a compulsory tenure. The House Physician or House Surgeon unlike an Intern, works in a particular department of his or her choice and is paid a monthly 'salary' for his work in the hospital (especially, in the UK). The American counterpart is simply called a "Resident" (i.e., a Resident Physician or a Resident Surgeon).
Post internship, some graduates may choose to work in different medical specialties and are often referred to as House Officers or House Physicians or House Surgeons. This is different from a post graduate training and does not lead to award of a degree. A doctor undergoing higher specialty training is referred to as a "Post Graduate Trainee" or simply a PGT. House Physicians, PGTs and interns are also called junior doctors across Indian hospitals. PGTs and House Officers are sometimes referred to as Junior Residents. After completion of post graduation, doctors may enter subspecialty training and are then known as "post doctoral trainees" or simply PDTs. They are also called as senior residents at some institutes.
AIIMS NEW DELHI
All India Institute of Medical Sciences was established by an act of parliament of 1956 as an autonomous Institution of national importance and its Objectives and functions were defined. By virtue of this act, the institute awards its own Medical degree, diplomas and other academics distinctions. The degrees and diplomas awarded by the Institute under All India Institute of Medical Sciences Act are recognized Medical Qualifications for Purpose of the Indian Medical Council Act and Notwithstanding anything contained in the Medical Council Act, are deemed to be included in the first Schedule of that Act, entitling to the holders to the same privileges as those attached to the equivalent awards from other universities of India.
The Institute (AIIMS, New Delhi) is a residential university in which the Faculty members, Staff and the students live on campus. There are 8 hostels for undergraduate students (6 for boys & 2 for Girls) with the Capacity to accommodate 562 students.
Under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojna eight (six plus two) new All India Institute of Medical Sciences have been established similar to AIIMS, New Delhi. The Six AIIMS viz. Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Jodhpur, Patna, Raipur and Rishikesh have been continuing with intake of 100 students. However, the Government of India has also decided that the Academic Session for the Current Year Two New AIIMS at Mangalagiri (Andhra Pradesh) & Nagpur (Maharashtra) batch of 50 students for each will also be started in August 2018. As per the Directives of Ministry selection for Admission will be done through the same Entrance Examination by which candidates are selected for AIIMS, New Delhi. The Admission will be done on the basis of merit-cum choice of the candidates.
Duration of Course
The course of studies leading to the award of degree of Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.S) of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences shall last for a minimum of five & a half Academic years including one year’s Compulsory internship.
Number of Seats and Reservation
- AIIMS, New Delhi:
The 100 seats for Indian Nationals and 7 Seats for (foreign Nationals) are available for admissions to M.B.B.S Course. Out of these 15 seats are reserved for the scheduled tribes, 27 seats are reserved for the other Backward Classes and 50 seats for General Category for Indian Nationals. A 5% reservation for person with Benchmark Disability (PWPD) as per the provision of Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 shall be provided on horizontal basis, amongst the seat available subject to evaluation by the Medical Board of the Institute.
- Eight other AIIMS:
In the six New AIIMS (viz: Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Jodhpur, Patna, Raipur, and Rishikesh) will intake of 100 students each and 50 students each in AIIMS Nagpur (Maharashtra) and Guntur (Andhra Pradesh) the reservation policy followed will be 7.5% ST, 15% SC and 27% OBC, for Indian Nationals. A 5% reservation for person with Benchmark Disability Act, 2016 shall be provided on horizontal basis, amongst the seat available subject to evaluation by the Medical Board of the Institute.
|Locations for AIIMS||UR||OBC||SC||ST||PWPD||Foreign*||TOTAL|
AIIMS WISE RESERVATION FOR PWBD * FOR MBBS COURSE JULY 2018 SESSION (40 SEATS = 5% 0f 800)
|AIIMS||Total seats||(UR)||(OBC)||(SC)||(ST)||Total (PWBD Seats)|
*PWPD: Person with Benchmark Disability
Seat Inter-Convertibility (Applicable in the open Round of Seat Allotment /Counseling): If the requisite Number of eligible/ Qualified Candidates is not available for the seats reserved for the scheduled caste, the same will be filled out of the candidates belonging to the scheduled tribes and Vice-Versa. In case candidate do not qualified from the SC/ST categories, vacant seats will be filled by the candidates from the General/Unreserved category. Similarly In case OBC seats remain vacant if the requisite number of eligible OBC candidates is not available to the General / Unreserved category.
CRITERIA FOR OTHER BACKWARD CLASSES (NON CREAMY LAYER) (OBC)
(Common to AIIMS, New Delhi & eight other AIIMS):
Reservation to the OBC (Non Creamy Layer) shall be According to the rules of the government of India. Applicants are required to ensure that he/she does not belong to the persons/sections (creamy layer) mentioned in Column 3 of the Schedule to the Government of India, Department of Personnel & training O.M No. 36012/22/93-Estt. (SCT) dated 8/9/93 which is modified vide O.M No. 36033/3/2004-Estt. (Res) dated 9/3/2004 or the latest notification of the Government of India (i.e. Central List). The format is provided at the end of Prospectus. Certified to be produced during Counseling should not be older than ONE YEAR ON THE DATE OF FIRST COUNSELLING.
CRITERIA FOR SCHEDULED CASTE/SCHEDULED TRIBE (SC/ST)
(Common to AIIMS, New Delhi & eight other AIIMS):
Reservation to the SC/ST candidates will be according to the Rules of Government of India. Applicant will be required to produce the Necessary Certificate in the format provided. During Counseling The certificates as prescribes in M.H.A , O.M, No. 42/21/49-N-G-S dated the 28-1-1952, As revised in Dept of Per & AR Letter No. 36012/6/76-Estt. Dated the 29/10/1977, to be produced by candidate belonging to the scheduled caste or scheduled tribe in support of his/her claim.
CRITERIA FOR PERSON WITH BENCHMARK DISABILITY (PWBD)
(Common to AIIMS, New Delhi & eight other AIIMS):
In accordance with the provision of Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016, 5% seats of annual sanctioned intake capacity shall be filled-up by the candidates with Benchmark Disabilities, based on the Merit-list of AIIMS MBBS Entrance Examination 2018. For this purpose the specified Disability contained to the scheduled to the Rights of Person with Disability Act, 2016 is annexed in APPENDIX -6. The candidate must possess a valid document certifying his/her physical disability. The Disability Certificate should be certified by a duly constituted and authorized Medical Board of State or Central Govt. Hospitals/Institutions. ALL PWPD candidates shall be evaluated by the Medical Board of Institute to determine eligibility.
INDIAN NATIONALS :
- Should have attained or will attain the age of 17 years as on the 31st of December of the year of admission (2018)
- Candidates born on or after 2nd January, 2002 are not eligible to apply
02 Essential Academic Qualification
- Should have passed the 12th Class under the 10+2 Scheme/Senior School Certificate Examination (CBSE) or intermediate Science or an Equivalent Examination of a recognized university /Board og any Indian State with English, Physics, Biology, and Chemistry as Subject.
- Candidates who have appeared or are appearing at the qualifying Examination with English, physics, Chemistry, and Biology as main subject and expect to pass the Examination with required percentage of marks are also eligible to apply and appear in competitive Entrance Examination. However there Candidature will be considered only if they provide documentary evidence of having passed the qualifying examination with the required subjects and percentage of marks.
03 Minimum Marks
- The minimum aggregate of the marks in English, physics, Chemistry and Biology Obtained in the Qualifying Examination required for appearing in this examination are:
- General and OBC Candidates: 60% ST/SC/PWPD Candidates.
- Those with CGPA grades only will have to apply the conversion factor in the Application Form. The conversion factor should be as Approved by their respective examination board.
- OVERSEAS CITIZEN OF INDAI (OCI) & NON-RESIDENT INDIANS (NRI) (Common to AIMMS, New Delhi and eight others AIMMS):
Overseas citizen of India (OCI) registered under section 7A of Citizenship Act 1955 & Non-Resident Indians (NRI) are also eligible to appear in this test and all terms and conditions applicable foe Indian Nationals given in this prospectus will be applicable to them. The candidates will submit proof of registration as OCI under section 7A of citizenship Act 1955 /NRI to be eligible to appear for this test.
- Jawaharlal institute of postgraduate medical education and research Puducherry ( JIPMER) under the government of India this year 1956,is one of the leading medical institution spread over a sprawling 195 acre the campus in an urban locale of Puducherry ( formerly Puducherry), JIPMER is 170km by road away from Chennai
- JIPMER has been declared as an “Institution of an National Importance “ by an Act of Parliament, JIPMAR, Puducherry , Act, 2018. A Copy of the Act was Gazette Notified on 14-4-2008 to enforce this Act. Prior to this the Institute was functioning under the administrative control of Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi.
- The Institution is now empowered to award Medical Degrees, Diploma etc, under the clauses 23 & 24 of the said Act, such Degrees/Diploma etc, shall be deemed to be included in the schedule to the respective Act governing Medical Council of India, Indian nursing Council and Dental Council of India, entitling to the holders the same privileges as those attached to the equivalent award from the recognized universities of India.
- JIPMAR Imparts Undergraduates (UG), Postgraduate (PG) and super specialty Medical training through a Working Hospital (JIPMER HOSPITAL) with bed strength of Sanctioned 2134 and a Nursing College. MBBS, B.sc, M.sc, MD, MS, Degree Courses are offered in 43 Disciplines. Super Specialty Department of Cardiology, Neurology, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Neurosurgery, Urology, Plastic Surgery, Pediatric Surgery, Pediatric critical care, Neonatology, Clinical Immunology, Clinical Pharmacology, Nephrology, Medical oncology, Endocrinology, Surgical oncology and surgical Gastroenterology also offered D.M/M.CH Courses. Full time PHD program is available in eleven disciples as on date. Master of public Health post basic Diploma courses in Nursing were started in January 2014.
JIPMAR has started its JIPMER KARAIKAL, from the Academic session 2015-16 with yearly intake of 50 students. KARAIKAL is located about 150 Km south of Puducherry city. The classes are being held in lecture theaters at the Arasalar Complex with smart class room facilities and telemedicine communication system linking to the JIPMAR Puducherry. The students Practical and Research laboratories facilities for seminar, symposia and lecture classes are located at Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam Building with state of the art equipment. Separate box are provided for Boys and girls in the hostel complex. The Institute will further will expanded with Multi-Speciality Hospital.
Duration of course
- Duration of the MBBS Course is 4 Years and six Months as per the Academic Calendar of JIPMER followed by one year of Compulsory Rotatory Internship for award of Degree.
Distribution of Seats:
- Common Entrance Examination for 200 seats
(150 seats at JIPMER, Puducherry + 50 seats at JIPMER, Karaikal)
CATEGORY JIPMER PUDUCHERRY JIPMER KARAIKAL TOTAL General (UR) 50 15 35 OBC 28 10 38 SC 16 6 22 ST 11 4 15 P-UR 23 7 30 P-OBC 11 5 16 P-SC 6 2 8 NRI/OCI 5 1 6 TOTAL 150 50 200
Orthopedically Handicapped (OPH)
JIPMER PUDUCHERRY JIPMER KARAIKAL TOTAL OPH 3 2 5 P-OPH 1 - 1 TOTAL 4 2 6
The number and distribution of seats may vary depending upon the Periodic directives/ decision from competent Authorities.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION TO MBBS COURSE AT JIPMER:
- The Applicant should be an Indian National / Overseas Citizen of India.
- He/She has completed the age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete the age on or before 31st December 2017, the year of his/her admission to the first M.B.B.S. i.e they should have been born on or before 01-01-2001. (Request for relaxation from the prescribed age limit will not be considered for any category of applicant) No upper age limit.
- The Applicant should have passed the qualifying examination in the manner mentioned below:
- The Higher / Senior Secondary Examination or the Indian School of Certificate examination which is equivalent to 10+2 Higher/ Senior Secondary examination after a period of 12 years study, the last two years of such study comprising Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Bio-Technology (which shall include practical test in these subjects) or any other elective with English at the level not less than the core course for English as prescribed by the National council of Educational Research and Training after the introduction of the 10+2+3 educational structure as recommended by the National Committee on Education.
- The candidates, who have passed the examination other than those mentioned in the list appended in annexure 1, will have to submit an Eligibility certificate before admission is finalized. Obtaining such an Eligibility Certificate from the Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi is essential for OCI/NRI for admission to JIPMER M.B.B.S Course.
- The Applicant must have passed in the Subject of Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Tech-Biology and English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Tech-Biology at the Qualifying examination.
- For candidates belonging to the Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe or other Backward Classes/ OPH the minimum marks obtained in the physics, chemistry, Biology/Tech-Biology taken together in Qualifying Examination is 45%.
Note: Applicant who have appeared or will be appearing in the qualifying examination in March/ April 2017 and those results have not yet been declared can also apply for admission, if other eligibility criteria (i), (ii) and (iii) Are Satisfied.
METHOD OF ENTRANCE EXAMINATION
- The examination shall be conducted in English medium only.
- The Entrance Examination is Common to all and Consist of 200 single best response type MCQs having four alternatives and The question will be asked from the following Subjects and the distribution of the No. of Question is detailed Below:
Subjects No. of Questions Physics 60 Chemistry 60 Biology 60 English Language and Comprehension 10 Logical and Quantitative Listening 10 Total 200
- The Question for JIPMER MBBS Entrance Examination 2017 will be based on the syllabus as prescribed by the state Board Hr Sec and CBSE for XI & XII Students.
- Candidates are advised to go through Mock-Test for Computer based test.
1. What Is National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test–UG [NEET (UG) – 2021]?
The National Medical Commission Act, 2019 received assent of the President on 08th August, 2019. Section 14 of the National Medical Commission Act, 2019 provides for holding of a common and uniform National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to the undergraduate medical courses in all medical institutions including those governed under any other law. Thus, the admission to MBBS course in AIIMS, New Delhi, JIPMER and all AIIMS like Institutions will also be made through NEET. (NMC Act, 2019 at Appendix XIV)
2. What are the different types of seat distribution in the medical colleges through NEET UG – 2021?
- All India Quota Seats
- State Government Quota Seats
- Central Institutions/Universities/Deemed Universities
- State/Management/NRI Quota Seats in Private Medical / Dental /Ayurveda /Siddha /Unani /Homeopathy Colleges or any Private University
- Central Pool Quota Seats
- All seats including NRI Quota as well as Management Quota, in private unaided/aided minority / non- minority medical colleges shall also be filled on the basis of merit obtained in NEET(UG) – 2020
3. Is it mandatory to appear/qualify in NEET UG – 2021 to get admission in a medical college in India?
Indian Citizens/Overseas Citizens of India intending to pursue Undergraduate Medical Courses from an Indian (Medical/Dental/Ayurveda/Siddha/Unani/Homeopathy) Institute need to qualify NEET (UG) – 2021
4. Is it mandatory to appear/qualify in NEET UG – 2021 to get admission in a foreign medical college?
Indian Citizens/Overseas Citizens of India intending to pursue Undergraduate Medical Courses from a foreign (Medical/Dental/Ayurveda/Siddha/Unani/Homeopathy) Institute need to qualify NEET (UG) – 2021.
5. Who will conduct the admission process after the NEET UG – 2021 examination?
The Counselling for successful candidates under 15% All India Quota seats and all seats of Deemed Universities/Central Universities/Seats of ESIC & AFMC including Delhi University (DU), BHU, AMU, AIIMS & JIPMER will be conducted by the MCC/DGHS for Undergraduate Medical Courses. The counselling for admission to the seats under the control of other States/Universities/Institutions shall be conducted as per the notifications issued separately by the authorities concerned.
6. Who will be responsible to define the rules and counseling process after NEET UG - 2021?
All States/Central government authorities will be responsible to define their own eligibility criteria and admission policy for the admission process.
7. What is the role of NTA?
The responsibility of NTA is limited to inviting online application, conduct of the entrance test, declaration of result and providing All India Rank to the Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.
8. When NEET UG 2021 will be conducted?
The NEET UG 2021 exam date will be declared shortly.
9. Which website should one follow to get information related to NEET UG – 2021?
The official website is ntaneet.nic.in for NEET UG – 2021. Students and Parents must follow only this website for information related to NEET UG – 2021 examination.
10. Whether The Examination Will Be Offline Or Online?
NEET (UG) - 2021 will be in offline mode (pen and paper test).
11. What is the duration/timings of NEET (UG) - 2021?
The duration of NEET (UG) - 2021 will be 03 hours from 02:00 p.m. to 05:00 p.m. However, no entry will be allowed after 1.30 p.m.
12. Will There Be Negative Marking In NEET (UG) - 2021?
Each correct answer will get 04 marks and for each incorrect response, 01 mark will be deducted from the total score.
13. How Long Will The Result Of NEET (UG) - 2021 Be Valid?
The result of successful candidates of NEET (UG) - 2021 is valid for the academic session 2021-22 only.
14. Can Anyone Cancel The Application Submitted For NEET (UG) - 2021?
Online Application forms once submitted successfully cannot be cancelled/ withdrawn.
15. Can A Centre Be Allotted By The NTA Manually?
No. Centre allocation is made through computer with no human intervention.
16. Can A Candidate Opt Imphal As Centre City If Residing In Delhi?
Candidates are advised to select the centre/city in their State of residence or in neighboring city only.
17. Can NTA Fix The Examination Centre In Any City Other Than The Four Options Exercised By The Candidates?
Yes. NTA reserves its discretion to fix the centre in the city other than the one exercised by the candidate.
18. Who Can Appear In NEET (UG) - 2021?
- Indian Nationals
- Non Resident Indians (NRIs)
- Overseas Citizen of India (OCI)
- Persons of Indian Origin (PIO)
- Foreign Nationals
19. Who Can Appear In NEET (UG) - 2021 For 15% All India Quota Seats?
- Indian Nationals
- Non Resident Indians (NRIs)
- Overseas Citizen of India (OCI)
- Persons of Indian Origin (PIO)
Foreign Nationals are eligible to appear in NEET (UG)-2021 for 15% All India Quota Seats.
20. Is There Any Seat In MBBS/BDS On Which Admission Will Be Made Without Appearing In NEET (UG) – 2021?
No. Admissions in 100% MBBS/BDS seats will be done through the NEET (UG) only.
21. Will Admission To AIIMS And JIPMER, Puducherry Be Made Through NEET (UG) – 2021?
22. What Will Be The Pattern Of NEET (UG) - 2021?
The NEET (UG) – 2021 shall consist of one paper containing 180 objective type questions (four options with single correct answer) from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology). This will be a single exam in pen-and-paper mode. The duration of paper would be 03 hours.
23. What Do The Candidates Need To Bring To The Exam Centre?
Candidates MUST bring only the following documents on the day of examination at the test centre. Candidates who will not bring these will not be allowed to sit in the examination and shall lead to his/her disqualification:
Print copy of Admit Card downloaded from NTA’s website.
One passport size photograph (same as uploaded on the online Application Form) for pasting on the specific space in the attendance sheet at Centre during NEET (UG) Examination.
Any one of the authorized photo IDs (must be original, valid and non-expired) – PAN card/Driving License/Voter ID/Passport/Aadhaar Card (with photograph)/Ration Card
24. Will Any Candidate Be Able To Leave Early If He Finishes The Test Before The Allocated Test Time?
No candidate will leave his/her seat or the Examination Room/Hall until the Test concludes as per the schedule. Candidates should not leave the Room/Hall without handing over their OMR Sheets to the invigilator on duty.
25. How Will One Know The Result Of The NEET (UG) - 2021?
The result of NEET (UG) - 2021 will be uploaded on the website www.ntaneet.nic.in as per schedule.
26. What are the language options for the Question Paper of NEET UG – 2021?
Candidates can opt for Question Paper in any one of the following 11 languages.
a) English b) Hindi c) Assamese d) Bengali e) Gujarati
f) Kannada g) Marathi h) Odia i) Tamil j) Telugu k) Urdu
27. What are the eligibility criteria for NEET UG – 2021?
Eligibility for appearing in NEET (UG) is as per related Regulations is as follows: -
i. He/she has completed age of 17 years at the time of admission or will complete that age on or before 31 December of the year of his/her admission to the first year Undergraduate Medical Courses.
ii. The upper age limit for NEET (UG) is 25 years as on the date of examination with relaxation of 5 years for the candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC-NCL category and PwD Candidates.
iii. Indian Citizens/ Overseas Citizens of India intending to pursue Undergraduate Medical Courses from a foreign Medical/ Dental Institute also need to qualify NEET (UG).
28. What is the reservation policy in NEET UG – 2021?
Reservation policy of the Government of India is applicable to NEET (UG) Examination. According to this, only in the Central Universities and Institutions, 10% of the seats are reserved for the category General Economically Weaker Section (GEN-EWS), 15% of the seats are reserved for the category Scheduled Caste (SC), 7.5% for the category Scheduled Tribe(ST) and 27% for the category Other Backward Classes belonging to the Non Creamy layer(OBC-NCL). In case of seats filled by the State Medical Colleges/Universities/Institutions /Private Medical colleges under other than 15%. All India Quota, the reservation policy of the concerned State Govt. shall apply.
29. List of barred items for NEET UG -2021 exam?
a) Any stationery item like textual material (printed or written), bits of papers, Geometry/Pencil Box, Plastic Pouch, Calculator, Pen, Scale, Writing Pad, Pen Drives, Eraser, Calculator, Log Table, Electronic Pen/Scanner etc.
b) Any communication device like Mobile Phone, Bluetooth, Earphones, Microphone, Pager, Health Band etc.
c) Other items like Wallet, Goggles, Handbags, Belt, Cap etc.
d) Any Watch/Wristwatch, Bracelet, Camera, etc.
e) Any ornaments/metallic item.
f) Any food items opened or packed, water bottle etc.
g) Any other item which could be used for unfair means, by hiding communication devices like microchip, camera, Bluetooth device etc.
In case any candidate is found in possession of any of the barred items inside the Centre, it will be considered as use of Unfair means and action will be taken against the candidate in accordance with the relevant provisions.
30. What is the dress code for NEET UG – 2021?
The candidates are instructed to follow the following dress code while appearing for NEET (UG) - 2021:
a) Light clothes with long sleeves are not permitted. However in case, candidates come in cultural/ customary dress at the Examination Centre, they should report at least an hour before the last reporting time i.e. 12.30 pm so that there is enough time for proper frisking without any inconvenience to the candidate while maintaining the sanctity of the examination.
b) Slippers, sandals with low heels are permitted. Shoes are not permitted.
c) In case of any deviation required due to unavoidable (medical, etc.) circumstances, specific approval of NTA must be taken before the Admit Cards are issued.
It is desired that the candidates follow instructions issued by the NTA strictly. This will help NTA in the fair conduct of examination.
31. Is It Compulsory To Take Maths If I Want To Appear In NEET (UG) - 2021?
Mathematics is not required for NEET (UG) – 2021
32. Is A Candidate, Appearing In Class XII In The Year 2021, Eligible To Appear In NEET (UG) - 2021?
A candidate who is appearing in the qualifying examination, i.e., 12th Standard in 2019, whose result is awaited, may apply and take up the said test but he/she shall not be eligible for admission to the MBBS or BDS, if he/she does not pass the qualifying examination with the required pass percentage of marks at the time of first round of Counselling.
33. Can One See Images Of OMR Sheets And Responses On Website?
The NTA will display the images of OMR Answer Sheets and Responses graded by the Machine of all the candidates on the website www.ntaneet.nic.in. For exact date of display of the images of OMR Answer Sheets and Responses, candidates may remain in touch with NEET website.
34. Is There Any Provision For Rechecking Of Answer Sheet?
35. Is There Any Provision To Challenge The Response(S) Against The OMR Grading?
Candidates will be given an opportunity to make online challenge against the Answer Key on payment of nonrefundable processing fee of Rs.1000/- per answer challenged.
Challenges made by the candidates will be verified by the NTA with the help of its subject experts. If found correct, the answer key will be revised accordingly. Based on the revised Answer Key, result will be prepared and declared.
No individual candidate will be informed about the acceptance/non-acceptance of his/her challenge.
36. What To Do In Following Cases: A) In Case Of Incorrect E-Mail ID & Correct Mobile Number B) I Have Given Correct E-Mail ID & Incorrect Mobile Number C) I Have Given E-Mail ID & Mobile Number Incorrect
NTA will provide a correction window.
37. I Have Made The Online Payment But My Confirmation Page Has Not Been Generated.
Such problem occurs because of drop in connectivity from Banks’ server to the NIC server on which NTA website has been hosted. In such circumstances, Banks’ servers are sending the message to NIC server 2-3 times a day to ensure that the dropped communication cycle is completed. Once your payment communication reaches the NIC server, you will be able to generate the confirmation page. You are advised to wait for 24 hours if such problem has been faced by you.
38. Is The Availability Of Forms Will Be Online Or Can It Be Purchased From Any Bank Or Institution.
The application forms are available in online mode only. A candidate can apply by logging into website www.ntaneet.nic.in and www.nta.ac.in. Forms are not available in any bank or institution.
39. Can One Send Confirmation Page Of Application Form Of NEET (UG) - 2021 And How To Send It?
No, the candidates are NOT REQUIRED TO SEND the Confirmation Page of the online application form or any document (s) to National Testing Agency (NTA).
40. If Mistake Occur During Filling Up Of The Form, Like Wrong Particulars Are Filled In The Online Form, How It Will Be Corrected.
NTA will provide a correction window for the same.
41. If A Candidate For Any Reason Not Appearing Or Appeared In The Examination, Is There Any Provision For Fee Refund?
No. Once the online application form is submitted successfully by the candidate, it cannot be withdrawn. Claims for refund of application fee will not be entertained under any circumstances
42. What Is The Reservation Criteria For Seats Falling Under The Jurisdiction Of States?
It is as per State Reservation Policy of the concerned State
43. How Will The Merit List Be Prepared By The States?
States will prepare their own merit list based on All India Rank keeping in view the category of candidates
44. Which website should one follow to get information related to All India Quota 15% (AIQ 15%) admission process through NEET UG – 2021?
The official website is mcc.nic.in to get information related to All India Quota 15% (AIQ 15%). Students and Parents must follow only this website for information related to All India Quota 15% (AIQ 15%) admission process through NEET UG – 2021.
45. Which website should one follow to get information related to Deemed & Central Universities (AIIMS, JIPMER, Delhi University, AMU, IMS BHU, ESI etc) admission process through NEET UG – 2021?
The official website is mcc.nic.in to get information related to All India Quota 15% (AIQ 15%). Students and Parents must follow only this website for information related to Deemed & Central Universities (AIIMS, JIPMER, Delhi University, AMU, IMS BHU, ESI etc) admission process through NEET UG – 2021.
46. Which website should one follow to get information related to various State admission process through NEET UG – 2021?
ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS: http://www.dhs.andaman.gov.in/
ARUNACHAL PRADESH: http://www.apdhte.nic.in/
ANDHRA PRADESH: http://ntruhs.ap.nic.in/index.html
DADRA AND NAGAR HAVELI: https://dnh.gov.in/
DAMAN & DIU (UT): https://daman.nic.in/
HIMACHAL PRADESH: http://www.hp.gov.in/hpdmer/
JAMMU & KASHMIR: http://www.jakbopee.org/
MADHYA PRADESH: https://dme.mponline.gov.in/Portal/Services/DMEMP/DMEhome.aspx
TAMIL NADU: https://tnmedicalselection.net/
UTTAR PRADESH: http://www.updgme.in/
WEST BENGAL: https://wbmcc.nic.in/