NTA NEET 2019: National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or commonly known as NEET is a National level Entrance Examination for undergraduate medical courses like MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery) and BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery). Previously, It is conducted by the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) every year across cities. From the year 2019, National Testing Agency (NTA) will be the official authority to conduct the NEET exam. The testing partner for NEET is Prometric Pvt Ltd that has its headquarters in the USA. In this article, We are going to describe you all about NTA NEET 2019.
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The Application Form of NEET 2019 has been released by National Testing Agency (NTA) on 1st November 2018 and the last date for the submission is 30th November 2018. Click Here for the Direct Application Form Link.
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As per the official notification released by the NTA on 21st August 2018 (Tuesday), the official examination conducting body of NEET, the NEET (UG) 2019 exam will be a single-session test held on a pen-and-paper basis. Candidates will be able to register for the same between November 1 and 30, 2018. The admit card for the exam – to be held on May 5, 2019 – can be downloaded from April 15. The results will be announced on June 5, 2019.
NTA NEET 2019 Exam Dates
Here are some of the important dates that candidates need to note:
|Online Application Form of NEET 2019 released on||1st November 2018 (released)|
|Last date of the submission of the Application Form of NEET 2019||30th November 2018|
|Last Date for the successful payment of the Application Fee||1st December 2018 till 11.50 PM|
|NEET 2019 Application Form correction window will be available from||14th January to 31st January 2019|
|The Admit Card of NEET 2019 will be available from||15th April 2019|
|The Answer Key of NEET 2019 will be released||Notified later|
|The Result of NEET 2019 will be declared on||June 5th 2019|
Eligibility Criteria for NTA NEET 2019 Exam
According to latest notification, certain changes has been made in the eligibility criteria required to Apply for NEET UG 2018, therefore candidates are advised to go through the NTA NEET 2019 Eligibility Criteria carefully. Only those eligible to apply should fill the application form.
- Candidate belonging to general category aged above 25 years are eligible to apply.
- Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC category and persons entitled for reservation under the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 aged above 30 years are eligible to apply.
- The candidates belonging to Unreserved category must have born on or between 5th May 1994 and 31st December 2002.
- For the candidates belonging to the reserved categories, i.e. SC/ST/OBC(NCL), the age class would be “born on or between 05th May 1989 and 31st December 2002.
- Candidate must be a citizen of India, Person of Indian Origin (PIO), the Overseas citizen of India (OCI) or Non- Resident Indian (NRI).
- Candidates belonging to JK/ Telangana/ Andhra Pradesh, are entitled to an All India 15% quota, provided they submit a self-declaration.
- Candidates should have qualified class 12th board examination.
- Candidates should have taken Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology with English as a compulsory subject in high school.
- Candidates should have qualified PCB by obtaining at least 50% marks for general, 45% for General-Physically Handicapped (PH) and 40% for SC/ST/OBC.
- Candidates who have passed 10+2 from Open Schools or as Private candidates are eligible to appear for NTA NEET 2019.
- Students who have passed qualifying examination equivalent to the intermediate science examination of an Indian University/Board, taking Physics, Chemistry and Biology including practical test in each of these subjects and English are also eligible to apply.
Latest information regarding NIOS/ Private candidates applying for NEET UG 2019.
Candidates from NIOS and Private, when submitting their application form for NTA NEET 2019, may submit details as suggested under the information of Class 11.
NTA NEET 2019 Application Form
The NTA NEET 2019 Application Form has been released on 1st November 2018. Online submission of the application form can be done by visiting the official website. Aspirants will have to register themselves first by providing the email-id and date of birth. This registration will help the candidate login to his/her account to check details regarding the result.
- Applicants must have a scanned image of his/her latest photograph ( 10kb to 200kb) and signature (4kb to 30kb) only in the JPG/JPEG format.
Application Fees For NTA NEET 2019
Candidates belonging to the unreserved category and the other backward classes have to pay an online application fee of Rs. 1400/-. Candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe, Physically handicapped category, and Transgenders have to pay Rs.750/-
MODE OF PAYMENT
- Through net banking
- Through credit/debit card
- Through e-wallet of State Bank of India
Admit Card for NTA NEET 2019
The registered candidate can download it by clicking on the link “Download NTA NEET 2019 Hall Ticket”. To access the admit card, registered candidates have to enter their registration number, date of birth and security pin. The hall ticket/ admit card will carry important information like the details of the candidate and name and address of the exam centre. candidates must carry the admit card to the exam centre as the absence of it will debar the candidate from taking the exam.
Exam Syllabus of NTA NEET 2019
The NTA NEET 2019 syllabus will remain same as the previous years. There has been no change made to the syllabus. The Medical Council of India, after reviewing various state boards like CBSE, NCERT, COBSE recommends the below-stated syllabus for NTA NEET 2019. This syllabus is based on 11th and 12th class topics of Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
|Physical measurements||Some basic concepts of chemistry||Diversity in living world|
|Kinematics||Structure of atom||Structural organization in animals and plants|
|Laws of motion||Classification of elements and periodicity in properties||Cell structure and function|
|Work, power and energy||Chemical bonding and molecular structure||Plant physiology|
|Motions of system of particles and rigid body||States of matter: gases and liquids||Human physiology|
|Properties of bulk matter||Equilibrium||Genetics and evolution|
|Thermodynamics||Redox reaction||Biology and human welfare|
|Oscillation and waves||Hydrogen||Biotechnology and its applications|
|Behavior of perfect gas and kinetic theory||s- block elements (alkali and alkaline earth metals)||Ecology and environment|
|Electrostatics||Some p-block elements|
|Current electricity||Organic chemistry – some basic properties and techniques|
|Magnetic effects of current and magnetism||Hydrocarbons|
|Electromagnetic induction and altering currents||Environmental chemistry|
|Electromagnetic waves||Solid states|
|Dual nature of matter and radiation||Electrochemistry|
|Atoms and nuclei||Chemical Kinetics|
|Electronic devices||Surface chemistry|
|General principles and processes of isolation of elements|
|p– block elements|
|D and f block elements|
|Haloalkanes and haloarenes|
|Alcohols, phenols and ethers|
|Aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids|
|Organic compounds containing nitrogen|
|Chemistry in everyday life|
Exam Pattern of NTA NEET 2019
The NTA NEET 2019 exam will take place on 5th May 2019. The exam will be pen and paper-based(offline) and will be held for a duration of 3 hours. There will be 180 objective type questions covering the subjects physics, chemistry, and biology (Botany and Zoology). The exam will be in the following languages – Hindi, English, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Assamese, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu. 4 marks will be awarded to each correct answer and 1 mark will be deducted for every incorrect answer.
|Subject||No. of question||Marks per question||Marks|
Preparation Tips for NTA NEET 2019
Aspirants who seek to qualify NTA NEET 2019 examination, need to have a focused mind and strategize their preparation for the exam.
Here are a few tips on how to prepare for NTA NEET 2019
- Earliest preparation can start by attending lectures in school that covers most concepts that are a part of the NTA NEET 2019 question paper.
- Gathering the correct study material will help in preparing for the exam.
- For better exam preparations, candidates can also join coaching institutes that have batch wise study or go for online test series that help you take similar exams online.
- Chart out a time-table on a daily basis that gives you ample amount of time to study each section.
- Keeping yourself in sync with previous year’s question papers will help become familiar with the concepts and pattern and will allow you to practice different questions simultaneously.
NTA NEET 2019 Answer Key
The answer key of the NEET exam will be uploaded in few days after the examination has been conducted. This answer key will be up for the challenge with a fee of Rs. 1000/-. The exact amount will be refunded to the candidate if the board accepts the answer given by the candidate.
CBSE will also display the OMR answer sheet on the official website. It is advisable for the students to keep visiting the website for more information.
Counselling Process for NTA NEET 2019 Exam
After the declaration of results, students who have qualified the NTA NEET 2019 will have to register for Round 1 of the counselling. After registering and filling up the choices, they can take up mock counselling, which gives an idea about the seat allotment based on their rank and choice. There are 3 rounds of NTA NEET 2019 counselling i.e. round 1, round 2 and the mop-up round.
There are different counsellings held for different institutes and colleges.
- NTA NEET 2019 counselling for 15% quota – Candidates who qualify the NTA NEET 2019 exam will be called for online counselling conducted by the MCC (medical counselling committee) for admission to government and private medical and dental colleges except in the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh as these do not participate in NEET.
- NTA NEET 2019 counselling for AFMC – Counselling for admission to the Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, is also conducted by the MCC for MBBS students.
- NTA NEET 2019 counselling for Deemed and central universities – The counselling for admission to dental and medical deemed and central universities will take place in the month of July 2018. The deemed and central universities also include universities by linguistic and religious minorities. Candidates granted admission to deemed universities in round 2, cannot participate in any other counselling.
- NTA NEET 2019 counselling for Employees State Insurance Corporation – ESIC provides the Insured person’s quota to those who have qualified the NTA NEET 2019 exam and met the criteria under this quota. Counselling for ESIC will be based on merit-cum-preference.
All candidates who fail to register for round 1, can register for round 2 of counselling. Vacant seats from round 1 are transferred to round 2. Candidates under the 15% All India quota who are granted seats in round 2 cannot vacate the seat.
Seats Offered by NEET
|College||No. of seats|
|All government colleges||25,840|
|All private colleges||27,590|
|NEET counselling seats||3,521|
|NEET basis seats||35,461|
Previous Year Cut Off for NTA NEET 2019
Last year for NEET 2017, a large number of candidates registered and 5,43,473 candidates qualified the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test.Find here NEET Cut Off for the year 2018.
The cut off for NEET 2017 was as follows:
|Category||Range of marks||No. Qualified students|
|General/UR||697 – 131||5,43,473|
|Scheduled caste||130 – 107||14,599|
|Scheduled tribe||130 – 107||6,018|
|OBC||130 – 107||47,382|
|Physically handicapped||130 – 118||67|
|SC – PH||130 – 107||38|
|ST – PH||130 – 107||10|
|OBC – PH||130 – 107||152|
Facility of Common Service Centres
For candidates residing in the rural areas and are not well versed with technology, who face hindrance while filling up the form or find it difficult to submit the application form and fees can go and seek help from common services centres set up across various places. The CSC scheme is a part of the National e-Governance Plan of the Government of India.
There are more than 2.4 lac common service centres that provide aid to students by filling up the application form or submitting the application fee through e-wallet. The list of these centres can be found on the website http://www.csc.gov.in. Common services provided by these centres are:
|1.||Online payment of fee||0.5% of the transaction|
|2.||Preparing an e-mail, submission of application and printout||Rs. 25|
|3.||Online claim for responses/answer key||Rs. 25|
|4.||Downloading OMR sheet/ answer key||Rs. 10|
|5.||Print out per page||Rs. 5|