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16 September, 2020, 4:09 pm
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
14 September, 2020, 11:32 am
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, NEET 2020, conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) would be held tomorrow – September 13, 2020. NTA, as a precaution against COVID-19, has changed the NEET exam centres for NEET 2020.
NEET 2020 is held for admission to undergraduate medical, dental and Aayush programmes. Earlier, the exam was held for all state and central medical and dental institutes except for AIIMS and JIPMER. However, the separate entrance exams for AIIMS and JIPMER have been discontinued from this year and all admissions will be held based on NEET UG ranks only.
The NEET-UG exam will be held for 3 hours' duration. The exam will be objective in nature and will be OMR-based.
NEET Exam 2020 Tomorrow: Important Instructions For Candidates
12 September, 2020, 1:22 pm
The National Testing Agency (NTA) on Friday announced the JEE Main Results 2020. The scorecard can be downloaded from the official website at jeemain.nta.nic.in. The Joint Entrance (Main) Examination was conducted from September 1 to 6 amid coronavirus pandemic in the country. Candidates who have cleared the JEE Main exam are eligible to apply for JEE Advanced, the registration for which will begin from tomorrow, September 12.
How to check JEE Mains results 2020 on computer:
Visit the official website at jeemain.nta.nic.in
On the homepage, click on the link that reads, “JEE Mains April/September results 2020”
A new page will appear on the screen
Key in your credentials and login
The JEE Mains 2020 results will be displayed on the screen
Download the results and take its print out for future reference.
Candidates who do not have access to computers or cannot visit cyber cafes can also download their JEE Main Results on their smartphone by following few simple steps:
How to check NTA JEE Main Result 2020 on smartphone:
Open google chrome or any other browser on your smartphone
In the address bar, type the official website at jeemain.nta.nic.in
On the homepage, click on the link that reads ‘JEE Main April/ September Result 2020’
A login page will appear
Key in your login credentials
Your JEE Main Scorecard will be displayed on your mobile screen
This year, around 9 lakh candidates had applied for JEE Main April session exam but only 6.3 lakh could appear in the exam which was held from September 1 to 6. The second session of JEE Main is conducted in April every year, however, this year the exam had to be postponed due to Coronavirus pandemic.
12 September, 2020, 9:33 am
School Reopening Update: Health Ministry has issued SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) for reopening of CBSE Board & other schools for classes 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th voluntarily, for taking guidance from their teachers in the context of COVID-19 (This will be subject to written consent of their parents/guardians). However, this will be allowed from 21st September onwards. All the information has been published on the official twitter account of the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare. Students and others who are wondering about the school reopening date in India can check all the details. No updates have been provided for the students from class 1st to 8th.
School Reopening Update - Main Points from the SOP:
The generic preventive measures include simple public health measures that are to be followed to reduce the risk of COVID-19. These measures need to be observed by all (teachers, employees and students) in these places at all times. These include:
i. Physical distancing of at least 6 feet to be followed as far as feasible.
ii. Use of face covers/masks to be made mandatory.
iii. Frequent hand washing with soap (for at least 40-60 seconds) even when hands are not visibly dirty.
Use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers (for at least 20 seconds) can be done wherever feasible.
iv. Respiratory etiquettes to be strictly followed. This involves strict practice of covering one’s mouth
and nose while coughing/sneezing with a tissue/handkerchief/flexed elbow and disposing off used
v. Self-monitoring of health by all and reporting any illness at the earliest.
vi. Spitting shall be strictly prohibited.
vii. Installation & use of Aarogya Setu App may be advised wherever feasible.
For complete details : Download the Here complete SOP
11 September, 2020, 4:12 pm