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NEET medical entrance test on Sept 12, online registration begins
The registration for the NEET (UG) medical entrance test began on July 13. The examination will be held on September 12. Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said a new exam centre has been opened in Kuwait. The test will also be held in two more regional languages, Punjabi and Malayalam, he said.

NEW DELHI, July 13: The online registration for the NEET (UG) 2021 started at the National Testing Agency (NTA) website on Tuesday. The medical entrance test will be held on September 12, Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said.

The online registration for the medical entrance test is open from July 13 to August 6 up to 11.50 pm. The fees can be paid till August 7, 11.50 pm. The National Testing Agency (NTA) conducts the test. The site will be open for corrections from August 8 to 12. The admit cards will be issued three days prior to the examination.

Pradhan said this time an examination centre has been opened in Kuwait to help the Indian community in West Asia. He also announced that the examination will be conducted in two more regional languages, taking the total number of languages to 13.

"Registrations for the NEET(UG) 2021 has started on http://ntaneet.nic.in (https://neet.nta.nic.in) from 5:00 pm today (Tuesday). For the first time in the history of NEET(UG) exam and in order to facilitate the Indian student community in the Middle East, an examination centre has been opened in Kuwait," Pradhan tweeted.

"The NEET(UG) 2021 will be for the first time conducted in 13 languages with new addition of Punjabi & Malayalam. The languages now being offered are Hindi, Punjabi, Assamese, Bengali, Odia, Gujarati, Marathi, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Urdu and English," Pradhan said.

The exam will be offline. This year the number of test centres has also been increased to ensure social distancing. Last year there were nearly 4,000 test centres and about 15 lakh candidates had registered for the NEET test.

The fees for the test is Rs 1,500 for general category students, Rs 1,400 for OBC/EWS and Rs 800 for SC/ST/PwD candidates.(All the details are available at The National Testing Agency (NTA) website: INFORMATION BULLETIN )

The eligibility criteria for appearing in the NEET 2021 test for the general category candidates is 50% marks in 12th grade and for the SC/ST/OBC/PwD category candidates 40%.

The admit card will be available at the National Testing Agency website. The test will be done in offline mode and the results can be seen online.

The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET), formerly known as the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT), is the qualifying test for MBBS and BDS admission in medical and dental colleges in the country. The examination is usually conducted in the month of May every year. There are a total of about 90,000 seats available nationwide, all Government and private colleges taken together.

TIPS: First you study the syllabus, again and again. Read it every day! And, if you take three mock tests or tests of previous papers or sample papers per week and continue doing so for about three months successfully, and in between revise the NCERT Class X, XI and XII basic texts you have a chance to win the test. If all goes well and you move into medical education, be prepared for a no-choice situation at the college exams ahead and in working life as well. Also be forewarned that the medical profession is for the smart, hard working, efficient and dedicated professionals because you are called upon to save human lives any moment without exception. Ask yourself and move forward.

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