NEET 2019 Application Form, Dates, Syllabus, Pattern

Overview for NEET 2019

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)

         NEET is held by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education).

  • NEET is a National level therapeutic examination and is directed each year amid the time of May.
  • NEET exam empowers contender to look for affirmations for Graduate and PostGraduate courses in different establishments the nation over.
  • NEET empowers possibility to take affirmation for a Medical course, Dental course or any PostGraduate Courses by clearing the exam.
  • NEET is a to a great degree aggressive exam and lakhs of understudies endeavor for NEET every year.
  • There will be a solitary NEET led the country over for admission to therapeutic and dental schools.
  • All seats, regardless of whether it be for MBBS/BDS of any restorative/dental school will be filled by the scores of NEET.
  • According to the last request by Hon. Preeminent Court, no other exam with the exception of NEET will be held for offering admission to MBBS/BDS courses crosswise over India.
  • NEET was at first proposed to occur from 2012 onwards. Be that as it may, because of a few reasons, CBSE and the Medical Council of India (MCI) kept down NEET by a whole year.
  • NEET was reported by the Government of India and was held surprisingly on the fifth of May 2013 crosswise over India for understudies looking for affirmation for both UnderGraduate and PostGraduate Medicinal Degrees.
  • On 18 of July 2013, the Supreme Court gave the ruling for 115 petitions and crossed out NEET and declared that MCI ought not meddle with the affirmation procedure done by universities.
  • Following the declaration from the Medical Council of India (MCI) that it would present NEET UG in 2012, a few states including Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat, West Bengal and Tamil Nadu emphatically contradicted the change, saying that there was a significant variety in the syllabus proposed by MCI and their state syllabi.
  • Despite the fact that NEET 2016 was led in English and Hindi, CBSE has declared that the understudies can compose exams in Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Assamese and Gujarati dialects from the year 2017 onwards.
  • Kannada and Odia dialects are likewise added to the rundown starting at now and understudies can compose NEET in nine Indian dialects and English.
  • The peak court decided that the Medical Council of India (MCI) can't lead a bound together examination.
  • As indicated by a 2013 declaration by CBSE, CBSE wanted to direct AIPMT on 4 May 2014.
  • An official choice on NEET UG was wanted to be taken after the decision of the Supreme Court of India.
  • The Central Board of Secondary Education reports the outcomes and the All India Merit List for NEET UG.
  • The legitimacy list and the holding up list are set up according to the mandates of the Supreme Court of India, DGHS, MCI and DCI.
  • The outcomes for 2013 were reported on 5 June.
  • NEET was proclaimed unlawful and illegal by the Supreme Court of India in 2013.
  • It was reestablished on the eleventh of April 2016, after a Constitution seat reviewed the before decision and permitted the Central Government and the Medical Council of India (MCI) to execute the regular passageway test until the point when the court chooses once again on its legitimacy.


Exam Summary:

Name of Exam

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)

Organised by

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)




National Level

Courses Offered


NEET PG – MS/MD/PG Diploma

Number of Seats Offered

52,305 seats for MBBS and BDS

23686 seats for MS/MD/PG Diploma

Duration of Course

MBBS: 4½ years with 1-year compulsory rotating internship

BDS: 4 years with 1-year compulsory rotating internship

B.V.SC & A.H: 4-5 years

MS: 3 years

MD: 3 years

Exam Duration

NEET UG – 3 hours

NEET PG – 3 hours 30 mins

Mode of Examination

UG – Offline

PG – Online

Types of Question

Multiple Choice Questions with a single correct response.

Number of Questions

UG - 180

PG – 300

Negative Marking

UG - Yes

PG – No

Examination Date

UG – 1st week of May 2019(Tentative)

PG – 5th – 13th Dec 2019

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