NEET 2021 Exam will be conducted on 01st August 2021 (Sunday) in 11 languages, including Hindi and English in offline mode. The exam will be conducted once only. National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a single entrance examination for admission to undergraduate medical courses in India. Now, the admission to MBBS Course in AIIMS, and JIPMER is also through NEET 2021. Moreover, the National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts this entrance examination. The responsibility of NTA is to invite online applications, conduct the exam, result declaration, and then to provide All India Rank to the Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India.

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  • JIPMER B.Sc Nursing Admission 2021 will be based on NEET 2021 Scores.
  • NTA has announced NEET 2021 exam date, i.e 01st August 2021 (Sunday). Moreover, ending the speculations, NTA has mentioned in its official notification that the exam will be conducted in offline mode only (Pen & Paper based). It will further take place in 11 languages, including English and Hindi.

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  • NEET 2021 Application Form shall be out soon. The direct link to apply will be provided here as soon as it is activated by the NTA.
  • The Education Ministry has announced that the NEET Syllabus remains the same for the 2021 session. However, now candidates will be given a choice to answer the questions. Hence, in this session, candidates will be given 20% more questions to choose from.

NTA NEET UG 2021

The number of students who appear for the exam has increased over the years. Through NEET, students can admission to both government and private medical colleges. Wherein, around 85% of seats are available under State Quota and 15% of Seats are available under All India Quota. Moreover, all the seats including NRI Quota as well as Management Quota in Private Unaided/ Aided Minority/ Non-Minority medical colleges are filled through NEET-UG 2021.

EventsImportant Dates
Release of ApplicationApril 2021
End of the application processTo be announced
Correction window opensTo be Announced
Availability of Admit cardTo be Announced
NEET 2021 Exam01st August 2021
Availability of Answer keyTo be Announced
Declaration of ResultTo be Announced
Starting of CounsellingTo be Announced

Is there any change in NEET 2021 by NTA?

  • There is a slight change in the NEET Exam Pattern, as now the question paper will 20% more questions. Hence, candidates will have the option to choose which question they want to attempt. This decision is taken considering the pandemic situation.
  • NTA was considering the request of conducting the exam in online mode. However, through an official notice, it has announced that NEET 2021 exam will be a Pen & Paper-based test only.

NEET 2021 Eligibility Criteria

Candidates must check out the eligibility criteria before filling the application form. It is necessary for all applicants to satisfy the eligibility conditions. The eligibility criteria are prescribed by the NTA. In addition, the criteria is as per the Indian Medical Council Act – 1956 and the Dentist Act 1948 as amended in 2018. Further, the NEET 2021 Eligibility Factor comprises the age criteria, qualifications, reservations, etc. The eligibility conditions are further explained below in detail.

Educational Qualifications

  • Applicant should have passed 10+2 from a recognized board.
  • In addition, the candidate should have passed with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology and English as core subjects.
  • The Qualifying Marks for UR are 50% and 45% (UR PWD). Whereas, for Reserved Category it is 40%.

Nationality and Age-Criteria

  • The Nationality of the Candidate must be Indian/ NRI/ OCI/ PIOs or Foreign Nationals.
  • The minimum required age is 17 years as of 31st December 2021.
  • Further, there is no upper age limit. Now the candidates above 25 years can also participate.

Number of Attempts

  • There is no restriction, thus students can appear for the exam as many times as they want.
  • Furthermore, students planning to study abroad should note that their NEET Score is valid for 3 years only.

NEET Application Form 2021

The NEET Application Form is released on the Official Website (ntaneet.nic.in). Thus, the candidates cannot access the form through any other mode. Further, the other important details regarding the application process are as follows:

  • Candidates must submit only one application. As the submission of multiple forms leads to the rejection of the registration form.
  • Further, to complete the registration process, candidates have to provide a valid mobile number and email ID. Candidates shall provide correct details as all the communication is done through it only.
  • The candidates do not need to send a printed application form to the board further.
  • Moreover, candidates can edit their forms after submission as well. It can be done during the NEET application correction 2021 process. However, this facility is provided for a limited period of time. The complete details regarding this process are mentioned in this article.

Stages Of Application Process

  1. Online Registration: The students have to register first by providing basic information about themselves. After providing the asked information, the registration ID and password are sent over the mail or SMS. These shall further be your login credentials.
  2. Filling Up Details: After completing the registration process, students need to enter other details such as exam centre choice, qualification, address, etc.
  3. Uploading Of Scanned Image of Photograph & Signature: Candidates have to upload scanned images of asked documents. Make sure that you upload the image as per the prescribed specifications. The forms of candidates who do not upload the documents correctly are not accepted. Moreover, the required specifications to upload the documents are as follows:
  1. Passport Size Photo (10kb to 200 kb)
  2. Post Card Size Photo (50kb-300kb)
  3. Signature (4kb to 30kb)
  4. Left-Hand Thumb Impression (10kb to 50kb)
  5. Class X Certificate (100 kb to 400kb)

NEET Application Fee 2021

  • The applicants can pay the fee in both online and offline mode.
  • For online mode, the payment can be made through Debit Card/ Credit Card or Net Banking. Further, for offline mode, the SBI E-Challan facility is provided at the SBI branch. The NEET Application Fee for each category as per last years’ records is as follows:
CategoryApplication Fee
General / UnreservedINR 1500/-
General- EWS / OBC-NCLINR 1400/-
SC / ST / PwD / TransgenderINR 800/-

NTA NEET Application Form Correction 2021

The NTA allows students to edit the submitted application forms. Candidates who made any mistake while filling the form can correct them. However, the NEET 2021 Application Form Correction window shall be open for a limited period. Therefore, applicants need to ensure that they edit and submit the edited form before the due date. Only successfully registered candidates can avail of this facility. Furthermore, the editable fields during the correction time are as follows:

  • Mother’s Name
  • Father’s Name
  • Category
  • Gender
  • State Code of Eligibility
  • Nationality
  • Person with Disability

MBBS & BDS Seats Available through NEET UG 2021

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Exam Centre of NEET UG 2021

As per the last years’ records, the NEET Exam Centres are increased from 2546 to 3862. The exam centers are set up in 155 cities across the country. Candidates can choose the preferred exam city during the registration. However, after the issuance of the NEET admit card, it cannot be changed. Hence, it is important to choose them wisely. Furthermore, the other questions related to NEET 2021 exam centre that you might have are discussed below.

List of NEET Exam Cities

Sr.No.CITY_CODESTATECITY
11101
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
PORT BLAIR
21201
Andhra Pradesh
GUNTUR
31202KURNOOL
41203NELLORE
51204TIRUPATI
61205VIJAYAWADA
71206VISAKHAPATNAM
81301ITANAGAR/NAHARLAGUN
91401
Assam
GUWAHATI
111403SILCHAR
121404TEZPUR
131501
Bihar
GAYA
141502PATNA
151601
Chandigarh
CHANDIGARH/MOHALI/PANCHKULA
161701
Chhatisgarh
BHILAI/DURG/BHILAI NAGAR
171702BILASPUR
181703RAIPUR
191801
Dadra & Nagar Haveli
DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI
201901
Daman & Diu
DAMAN
212001
Delhi
DELHI/NEW DELHI
222101
Goa
PANAJI/MADGAON/MARGAO
232201
Gujarat
AHMEDABAD
242202ANAND
252203BHAVNAGAR
262204GANDHINAGAR
272205GODHARA
282206PATAN
292207RAJKOT
302208SURAT
312209VADODARA
322210VALSAD
332301
Haryana
FARIDABAD
342302GURUGRAM
352401
Himachal Pradesh
HAMIRPUR
362402SHIMLA
372501
Jammu and Kashmir
JAMMU
382502SRINAGAR
392601
Jharkhand
BOKARO
402602JAMSHEDPUR
412603RANCHI
422701
Karnataka
BELGAUM/BELGAVI
432702BENGALURU
442703DAVANAGERE
452704DHARWAD
462705GULBARGA/KALABURGI
472706HUBLI
482707MANGALURU
492708MYSURU
502709UDUPI
512801
Kerala
ALAPPUZHA
522802ANGAMALY
532803ERNAKULAM
542804KANNUR
552805KASARAGOD
562806KOLLAM
572807KOTTAYAM
582808KOZHIKODE/CALICUT
592809MALAPPURAM
602810PALAKKAD
612811THIRUVANANTHAPURAM
622812THRISSUR
634701
Ladakh
LEH
642901
Lakshadweep
KAVARATTI
653001
Madhya Pradesh
BHOPAL
663002GWALIOR
673003INDORE
683004JABALPUR
693005UJJAIN
703101
Maharashtra
AHMEDNAGAR
713102AKOLA
723103AMRAVATI
733104AURANGABAD (MR)
743105BEED
753106BULDHANA
763107JALGAON
773108KOLHAPUR
783109LATUR
793110MUMBAI
803111NAGPUR
813112NANDED
823113NASHIK
833114NAVI MUMBAI
843115PUNE
853116SATARA
863117SOLAPUR
873118THANE
883201
Manipur
IMPHAL
893301
Meghalaya
SHILLONG
903401
Mizoram
AIZAWL
913501
Nagaland
DIMAPUR
923502KOHIMA
933601
Odisha
ANGUL
943602BALASORE/BALESWAR
953603BERHAMPUR
963604BHUBANESHWAR
973605CUTTACK
983606ROURKELA
993607SAMBALPUR
1003701
Puducherry
PUDUCHERRY
1013801
Punjab
AMRITSAR
1023802BATHINDA
1033803JALANDHAR
1043804LUDHIANA
1053805PATIALA
1063901
Rajasthan
AJMER
1073902BIKANER
1083903JAIPUR
1093904JODHPUR
1103905KOTA
1113906UDAIPUR
1124001
Sikkim
GANGTOK
1134101
Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI
1144102COIMBATORE
1154103CUDDALORE
1164104KANCHIPURAM
1174105KARUR
1184106MADURAI
1194107NAGERCOIL
1204108NAMAKKAL
1214109SALEM
1224110THANJAVUR
1234111THIRUVALLUR
1244112TIRUCHIRAPPALLI
1254113TIRUNELVELI
1264114VELLORE
1274201
Telangana
HYDERABAD
1284202KARIMNAGAR
1294203KHAMMAM
1304204RANGAREDDY
1314205WARANGAL
1324301
Tripura
AGARTALA
1334401
Uttar Pradesh
AGRA
1344402ALLAHABAD/PRAYAGRAJ
1354403BAREILLY
1364404GHAZIABAD
1374405GORAKHPUR
1384406JHANSI
1394407KANPUR
1404408LUCKNOW
1414409MEERUT
1424410NOIDA/GREATER NOIDA
1434411VARANASI
1444501
Uttarakhand
DEHRADUN
1454502HALDWANI
1464503ROORKEE
1474601
West Bengal
24 PARGANA(NORTH)
1484602ASANSOL
1494603BARDHAMAN/BURDWAR
1504604DURGAPUR
1514605HOOGHLY
1524606HOWRAH
1534607KHARAGPUR
1544608KOLKATA
1554609SILIGURI

How to Choose NEET UG 2021 Exam Centre?

  • While filling the application form, a candidate has to choose preferred exam cities.
  • In addition, a candidate can lock three choices. Then the authorities allot exam centre out of the entered choices considering other factors.

From where can I get the Address of the allotted NEET Exam Centre?

  • The Exam Centre Address is mentioned on the issued NEET Hall Ticket.
  • Exam Centre is allotted on a First Come First Serve basis.
  • Furthermore, you must check the distance to the exam centre from where you reside.

NEET 2021 Admit Card

The Hall Ticket of NEET 2021 releases online on NTA official website. Candidates can thus download it from there by entering the login credentials. It is basically an entry pass without which no candidate can sit for the exam. In addition, candidates must check for discrepancies in the hall ticket. If there is an error, one should contact the official authority. The contact details are provided below. Further, candidates should also carry an ID proof along with the admit card. The invigilator refers to the ID to verify that the registered student has appeared for the exam.

How to Download NEET 2021 Admit Card?

  • Visit the NTA NEET official website – www.ntaneet.nic.in or click on the direct link provided in the article.
  • Click on the “Admit Card” link.
  • Then you are redirected to the login page, enter the credentials.
  • After a successful login, your Admit Card appears on the screen.
  • Check for discrepancies
  • If everything is fine, then download it and take out at least 2-3 copies.

What to do in case of a discrepancy in my NEET 2021 admit card?

  • You should immediately report to the authorities.
  • A candidate can contact the officials either through mail or over the phone. The NEET Helpline number and Mail ID are provided below for reference.
  • Moreover, a candidate must ensure that no discrepancy is there in the admit card on the exam day.

NEET Helpline Number: 0120 – 6895200
Email ID: [email protected] 

Dress Code For NEET 2021

The exam conducting body has made some strict rules regarding the NEET Dress Code. Thus, candidates appearing for the exam have to follow the dress code. Furthermore, some of the rules set by the NTA are as follows:

  • Candidates are advised to wear light-colored clothes
  • Only sandals and slippers are allowed.
  • Candidates can wear short sleeves clothes.
  • No Metal Items such as belts are allowed.
  • Further, students should not carry any accessories along with them.

National Eligibility cum Entrance Exam Day Guidelines

The NEET 2021 Exam Day Guidelines for aspirants appearing for the test are as follows:

  • It is important to be clear about the exam schedule. Candidates must be aware of the exam starting time, or when the exam centre entry gate closes to avoid unnecessary trouble.
  • Candidates should check whether they are having their Admit Card or not. No candidate can sit for the test without it.
  • The candidate should know the Dress Code and hence should be dressed accordingly on the exam day.
  • Moreover, a candidate should not carry any barred item to the exam centre. In addition, electronic devices, stationery items, printed or any kind of paper, eatables are not allowed inside the exam hall.
  • Further, before taking the test, candidates should go through the guidelines. So, that the paper is attempted in the correct way.

NEET 2021 Exam Pattern

The students appearing for the exam should have complete knowledge of the NEET exam pattern. It helps to boost the preparation procedure. Thus, students can get a good score in the entrance exam. Through exam pattern, candidates can get information about the mode of exam, time duration, marking scheme, and medium of paper.

Also, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Health Ministry has announced that the NEET will be conducted twice from this year.

Mode of the ExamOffline (Pen & Paper-based Test)
Time Duration3 Hours
SessionAfternoon
Exam ShiftOne Shift only
Total Marks720 marks
Number of Questions180 Questions
Number of SectionsThree- Physics, Chemistry, and Biology
Marks per Question4 marks
Negative MarkingYes. -1 for the wrong answer
Medium of PaperEnglish/ Hindi/ Urdu, Bengali, Telugu, Gujarati, Tamil, Kannada, Oriya, Marathi, Assamese

Distribution Of Questions

SubjectsNo. Of QuestionsMarks
Physics45180
Chemistry45180
Biology (Botany or Zoology)90 (45 – 45 Each)360
Total180720

NEET 2021 Syllabus

The Medical Council of India (MCI) prescribes the NEET 2021 Syllabus. Considering the COVID-19 pandemic situation, the authorities may cut the 30% Syllabus. Moreover, the questions are usually from the 11th and 12th-course subjects. In addition, the candidates should have in-depth knowledge of the exam syllabus. The topics to be covered subject-wise are further mentioned below.

Physics

  • Electromagnetic Waves
  • Laws Of Motion
  • Electronic Devices
  • The behavior of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Energy
  • Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
  • Properties of Bulk Matter
Chemistry

  • Equilibrium
  • Hydrogen
  • P-Block Elements
  • Alcohols
  • Electro-chemistry
  • Phenols and Ethers
  • Surface Chemistry
Biology

  • Diversity in Living World
  • Biology and Human Welfare
  • Ecology & Environment
  • Human Physiology
  • Plant Physiology
  • Cell Structure & Function
  • Reproduction

NEET 2021 National Testing Abhyas

National Testing Abhyas is the NTA official app for NEET Preparation. This mobile application was launched on May 20, 2020, by the NTA along with the Education Ministry. The sole aim of designing this app is to provide proper guidance to the students in the preparation process. Daily Test on National Testing Abhyas combines relevant academic content with an artificial intelligence-driven platform to ensure that students score good marks. Moreover, the application is compatible with both the Android and iOS Versions. NEET aspirants can further find a number of mock papers on this app in English and Hindi language.

After solving mock tests, the acquired score, correct answers with explanation, and complete analysis of the paper can be viewed. Hence, this app helps the students in preparing in the most effective way.

Available atPlay Store & App Store
Mobile Application – Update Size22.6 MB

NEET Preparation Tips 2021

In order to get a good NEET Score, candidates can go through the below-mentioned NEET 2021 Preparation Tips. The tips and tricks for NEET preparation are as follows:

  • The students should have complete knowledge of the exam syllabus. In addition, it helps students in formulating a strategy, which can help them in getting a good score.
  • Then as soon as you have the complete details, prepare a proper time-table. Wherein, you need to set short-term goals. Make sure that you mention all the details, as to how much time you can finish the syllabus.
  • Further, make sure that you do not refer to a lot of books as that may confuse you.
  • Do not forget to start the preparation with your NCERT books.
  • Moreover, students should try and study for at least 5-6 hours every day.
  • Candidates should also take care of other things. In addition, make sure that you eat right and take proper sleep.
  • In addition, students should try and solve as many question papers. It shall help you in understanding the exam pattern better.
  • Candidates should also try to finish the complete syllabus at least 2-3 months before the exam date.
  • Furthermore, the weightage in the percentage of each topic is given below subject-wise. Candidates can refer to it and make a proper timetable for themselves.

NEET 2021 Question Paper

The question paper is made available soon after the NEET UG 2021 Exam. It is released in online mode only. Moreover, the candidates who appear for the exam can calculate a rough score with it. As it is released along with the answer key. Further, the exam conducting body releases the NEET Question Paper in PDF format. Therefore, candidates can download it easily. Candidates planning to appear for the exam can also refer to it. By solving papers, you can identify the weak areas.

NEET Answer Key 2021

NEET 2021 Solution Key is released along with the question paper. It contains answers to all the questions that are asked in the exam. In addition, it is released on the NTA official website. It is released in pdf format, to ensure candidates can download it easily. Moreover, students can also challenge the answer key. However, for each question, a candidate has to pay 1000 rupees. Note that the result is prepared as per this answer key.

NEET Result 2021

The National Testing Agency (NTA) usually takes a month to evaluate the papers. NEET 2021 Result is further released in online mode. Thus, the candidates have to visit the official website to check their results. In addition, the scores are announced in the form of a percentile. Candidates who score the qualifying marks are further eligible for counselling. As now admission to AIIMS and JIPMER is through NEET Exam only, thus candidates who clear the exam are eligible for admission to these institutes as well. Furthermore, the result can be made available in the form of a merit list. The complete format and details regarding a merit list are mentioned below.

NEET 2021 Merit List

The merit list is released for indicating the names of all the selected candidates. Moreover, the candidates are ranked in order of merit in it. This list is basically made for segregating students on the basis of merit. Candidates must check the rank list carefully. As it is possible, that there could be two students of the same name. Thus, do check the other provided details as well. The NEET Merit List 2021 is released in different formats. Moreover, the rank list is released in the following manner.

  • NTA NEET Overall Merit List
  • NEET MBBS State-Wise merit List
  • Category-wise Rank List
  • Gender Wise Rank List
  • AIQ and Course Wise Merit List

NEET Cut off 2021

Candidates seeking admission have to qualify for the NEET 2021 Cut off percentile and marks. Admission to MBBS, BDS, AYUSH courses is granted only if the candidate has a score equal to or more than the cut-off. Moreover, the cut-off marks are determined considering a few factors such as the no. of students who appeared for the exam, difficulty level, and highest score attained. NEET cut-off also varies for different category students.

NTA NEET 2020 Cut off

CategoryMarks RangeNo. of Candidates
UR720-147682406
OBC146-11361265
SC146-11319572
ST146-1137837
UR & PH146-12999
OBC & PH128-113233
SC & PH128-11370
ST & PH128-11318

NEET 2020 Percentile

NEET Percentile was revised last year due to vacant seats in BDS and AYUSH programs. It was reduced by 10. Further, the original and revised category-wise percentile are mentioned in the table below.

CategoryOriginal PercentileRevised Percentile
General50%40%
General-PH45%35%
SC/ ST/ OBC40%30%
SC/ ST/ OBC-PH40%30%

NEET Counselling 2021

The Directorate General of the Health Services conducts the NTA NEET Counselling. In this admission round, candidates have to appear in person along with a set of documents. In addition, the round of counselling takes place in online mode by Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). Further, the counselling is conducted in three rounds. However, if the seats are left vacant after the three rounds. Then a mop-up round is conducted for filling up the vacant seats.

CaseOption
If you have got a seat in the collegeYou can either accept or apply for the next round
Not got a seat in the FirstCan be eligible for the second round

NEET Seat Allotment 2021

Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on behalf of the Medical Counseling Committee carries out the seat allotment process. Wherein, the seats are allotted to the students as per their NEET Score, filled-in choices, Seat Matrix, and Reservation Policy. NEET Seat Allotment List is published separately for each round of counseling. Moreover, seat allotment of 85% state quota seats is done by the respective state counselling authorities.

However, DGHS is responsible for seat allotment of 15% All India Quota seats, and 100% seats in Deemed or Central Universities, AIIMS, JIPMER, AFMC, and ESIC institutes.

CourseNo. of CollegesNo. of Seats
MBBS32916,759
BDS803,753

Previous Years’ NEET Seat Matrix

The seat matrix indicates the no. of seats available for admission in each medical college. Further, the tables provided below indicate MBBS/ BDS Seat Matrix. Note that the seat allotment is carried out as per the seat matrix.

Name of the CollegeTotal AIQ Seats (MBBS)
Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU Varanasi84
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi37
VMMC and Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi63
B.J Medical College, Ahmedabad37
King George’s Medical University, Lucknow37
Stanley Medical College, Chennai38
Siddhartha Medical College, Vijayawada23
Seth GS Medical College, Mumbai27
Government Medical College, Thiruvananthapuram30
SMS Medical College, Jaipur38

BDS Seat Matrix

Name of the CollegeTotal AIQ Seats (BDS)
Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, Delhi6
Postgraduate Institute of Dental Sciences, Rohtak15
Nair Dental College and Hospital9
Faculty of Dental Sciences50
RUHS College of Dental Sciences, Jaipur6
Government Dental College, Thrissur8
Regional Dental College, Guwahati6
Mahatma Gandhi PG Institute of Dental Sciences, Puducherry6
Government Dental College, Nagpur7
Faculty of Dental Sciences, KGMU, Lucknow9

NEET 2021 FAQs

Ques: When will NTA start the application process of NEET 2021?
Ans: The NEET Registration Form will be released in December 2020.
Ques: Can a foreign national appear for the NEET Exam?
Ans: Yes, foreign nationals are eligible for this national level exam.
Ques: Will I be able to choose the NEET Exam Centre?
Ans: Candidates will have to choose 3 exam centres. Then out of those three, one will be allotted to the student. Thus, make sure that you enter the choices carefully, as the exam centre will not be changed under any circumstances after the release of the admit card.
Ques: In which mode the entrance exam will be held?
Ans: The NEET Exam will be held in offline mode, i.e it will be a pen & paper test.
Ques: What is the marking pattern of the NEET Exam?
Ans: As per the set marking pattern, 4 marks will be awarded for each correct answer and 1 marks will be deducted for an incorrect answer.
Ques: Can I change my exam centre city after the release of the admit card?
Ans: No, the candidates will not be able to change the centre city. Thus, make sure you fill in the choices carefully.
Ques: Is NCERT enough for the NEET Exam?
Ans: Yes, NCERT is definitely enough to get a good score.
Ques: Will NEET be held twice in 2021?
Ans: The NEET exam can be conducted twice in 2021. Moreover, the director of NTA has confirmed that the plans are still at a preliminary stage.
Ques: Can failed students sit for the NEET Exam?
Ans: A student who has failed in a subject can sit for the exam. However, one needs to clear the exam before the first counselling round.

13 COMMENTS

    • Hi Vipin,
      No, the NEET Syllabus is not changed. However, the exam pattern is revised, now there will be 20% more questions in the paper. You can check out the details of the exam pattern changes in the article.

    • Hi Biti,
      No, there is no information on that yet. However, if any changes shall be introduced, then the same will be mentioned in this article.

    • Hi Rahul,
      There is less possibility of any changes in the syllabus. However, if any changes would be there, then the same will be mentioned in this article.

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