Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank' in his webinar said that there is no plan to cancel NEET 2021 and his ministry is considering multiple sessions of JEE Main exam.
Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ today interacted with students in a live session that started at 10 am. In the webinar, Mr. Pokhriyal said that there is no plan to cancel the Medical entrance test -- NEET 2021. Answering another question, the minister said that his ministry is considering to hold multiple sessions of JEE Main.
Using #EducationMinisterGoesLive, students asked regarding CBSE Board Exam 2021, JEE Main 2021, and NEET 2021. While some students have asked for a reduced syllabus of CBSE board exam, others have asked the minister to announce dates.
Medical and Engineering students also asked the Education Minister to announce JEE Main 2021 and NEET 2021 syllabus and for a postponement of the entrance exams.
Answering a question, Mr. Pokhriyal said that if students can't go to schools for lab-related works, it will not be possible to conduct practical exams. "We will discuss in this regard," he said.
Responding to another student who asked for a reduction of 10-20 percent syllabus, Mr. Pokhriyal said that CBSE has already reduced the syllabus by 30 percent. If the situation remains the same, that the exams have to be postponed, we will take a decision then.
‘NEET 2021 will not be cancelled’
Responding to a query by a student, the education minister said that NEET 2021 will not be cancelled because it will be a big loss for the students and the nation.
‘Will consider conducting exams online’
JEE 2020 was conducted in online (CBT) mode and NEET 2020 was held in pen-paper mode. We will discuss about conducting the exams online, he said, responding to a student’s query.
"There is no plan to cancel NEET 2021": Education Minister In Webinar
Putting an end to speculation regarding the conduct of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET 2021), Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ today said that there is no plan to cancel the all-India Medical entrance exam.
We Are Discussing If JEE Main 2021 Can Be Conducted More Than Twice
When asked about multiple sessions of the Engineering entrance exam, Mr. Pokhriyal said his ministry is discussing in this regard.
JEE Main 2021: Education Minister Hints At Change In Exam Pattern
Though Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ did not state categorically there were changes in the syllabus of entrance exams but hinted there may be changes in the way questions are framed.
90 questions in JEE Main 2021
Syllabus for JEE Main 2021 to remain same as the previous year and a proposal is under examination where students will be given choice to answer 75 questions (25 questions each in Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics) out of 90 questions (30 questions each in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics), Mr. Pokhriyal said in his webinar.
In JEE Main 2020, there were 75 questions which had to be answered by the candidates (25 questions each in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics).
On JEE Main 2021 Syllabus
Mr. Pokhriyal said that while many boards have reduced syllabus, some state boards have decided not to. "We are discussing on the syllabus of JEE Main 2021 so that students from all boards can participate".
10 December, 2020, 5:15 pm
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29 October, 2020, 11:35 am
The Medical Counselling Committee has announced the complete counselling schedule of NEET 2020, for 15% all India quota (AIQ) and seats offered by Central and Deemed Universities, AIIMS and JIPMER institutes. Registration, payment and choice filling for the first round of NEET 2020 counselling will be held from October 27 to November 2, 2020 and seat allotment result will be announced on November 5, 2020. The second round of counselling will start on November 18.
The mop-up round for Central and Deemed universities, AIIMS and JIPMER institutes will start on December 10.
NEET 2020 Counselling Date
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|October 27 to November 2||October 28 to November 2||November 3 to 4||November 5||November 6 to 12|
|November 18 to 22||November 19 to 22||November 23 to 24||November 25||November 26 to December 2|
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|December 10 to 14||December 11 to 14||December 15 to 16||December 17||December 18 to 24|
The Directorate General of Health Sciences (DGHS) will hold NEET 2020 counselling, for 15% AIQ seats, on behalf Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). For state quota seats, NEET UG 2020 counselling will be held by respective state authorities.
The Medical entrance exam NEET was held on September 13 for over 14 lakh registered candidates. For candidates who could not appear in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, a special exam was conducted on October 14.
NEET result for both the phases was declared on October 16. Out of the total candidates who appeared in NEET 2020, 56.44% have qualified.
23 October, 2020, 5:08 pm
The NEET 2020 results have been released by the National Testing Agency (NTA). Candidates who took the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET 2020) on September 13 can check their results on ntaneet.nic.in. The eligibility test this year had close to 16 lakh candidates of whom, 85%-90% attended. Conducted in the pen-and-paper mode, the NEET determines the eligibility for admission to undergraduate medical and allied programmes at all medical colleges in the country.
NEET 2020 Result: How To Check
Step 2: On the home page click on the result link
Step 3: On the next window, insert the login credentials
Step 4: Submit and access the NEET 2020 result
NEET result 2020 has details including the marks scored in each section by the candidates and maximum marks.
16 October, 2020, 4:48 pm
Candidates who have appeared in the examination can make the corrections online at ntaneet.nic.in on or before September 30, 2020, until 5 pm.
The National Testing Agency (NTA) on Wednesday re-opened the application form correction window for candidates who have appeared in the NEET UG 2020 on September 13, 2020 on its official website. A notice regarding this decision has been uploaded on the agency’s official website.
Candidates who have appeared in the examination can make the corrections online at ntaneet.nic.in on or before September 30, 2020, until 5 pm. However, the submission of the fee (if applicable) will be accepted till 11.50 pm on September 30.
The facility for making corrections in the particulars in the online application form is available in the following fields only :
• Mother’s Name
• Father’s Name
• Person with Disability
• State Code of Eligibility
In view of the hardships faced by the aspirants of NEET (UG)-2020 in making corrections in the particulars in the Online Application Form due to COVID- 19 epidemic, the National Testing Agency is once again providing the facility for making corrections in the particulars in the Online Application Form.
24 September, 2020, 11:16 am
NEET 2020 Paper Analysis: The National Agency of Testing (NTA) conducted the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (Undergraduate) on Sunday, September 13, 2020, amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Here's a look at the paper analysis given by experts.
NEET 2020 question paper was divided into three sections -- Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology) with 45 questions. In total there were 180 multiple choice questions holding the marks of 720.
Below is a detailed analysis of NEET 2020 exam
The Physics section was easy in comparison to previous years’ papers. About 30-40% of the questions were directly based on the NCERT textbook. Graphs, data as well as some statements were directly picked from the NCERT textbook. Calculations were comparatively easy. All the questions were from the prescribed NEET syllabus with absolutely no controversial questions. Mechanics dominated with 12 questions followed by Electricity with 9 questions and Modern Physics with eight questions. Overall, we can say, Physics was easy.
The Chemistry section was of easy to moderate difficulty level. All the questions were from the prescribed NEET syllabus and completely based on the NCERT textbooks. In fact, statements were directly picked from the NCERT textbook. Questions were straightforward and easy to comprehend. There was one controversial question with more than one correct answer. Overall, the Chemistry section was not lengthy and students should have completed this part in 40-45 minutes. With minimalistic calculations, an average student should have been able to attempt approximately 40 questions with ease, while others would have been able to attempt a minimum of 44 questions.
The Botany part was of high difficulty level in comparison to previous years. While 25 questions were tested from the class 11 syllabus, 18 questions were from the class 12 syllabus. There were two controversial questions with more than one correct answer. Although the majority of questions were within the prescribed syllabus and based on the NCERT textbook, two questions were beyond the NCERT. The questions were conceptual in nature and required great conceptual and application-based understanding. There were also a few fact-based questions. Plant Physiology dominated with nine questions followed by Ecology and Genetics with seven questions each. Overall, the Botany part was not lengthy and should have been completed in the stipulated time period.
The Zoology section was of moderate difficulty level with a few exceptions. Some questions were tricky and lost in the terminology. A couple of terms were also beyond the NCERT domain. The questions were multi-conceptual in nature and required incisive thinking and precision on the part of students. While two questions tested linguistic prowess, others required comprehension, application and synthesis to interpret the questions. Human Physiology dominated with 12 questions followed by Animal Husbandry & Biotechnology with 10 questions and Biomolecules with 6 questions. Overall, the questions were quite thought-provoking and required alertness of mind and critical approach.
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NEET 2020 Exam Analysis: Overall easy exam
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