NEET UG 2021: Registration opens tomorrow at nta.ac.in for the exam on September 12th.

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By: Priyanka Sikdar

Last Update: 2021-07-13 11:01:03 IST

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The date of the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG 2021 has finally been announced today, July 12th, after a long wait. The newly appointed Education Minister, Dharmendra Pradhan, has stated that the NEET UG 2021 will be held on September 12th.

NEET UG 2021: Registration opens tomorrow at nta.ac.in for the exam on September 12th.

The date of the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG 2021 has finally been announced today, July 12th, after a long wait. The newly appointed Education Minister, Dharmendra Pradhan, has stated that the NEET UG 2021 will be held on September 12th. Pradhan also announced in a tweet that the application process for the entrance exam will begin at 5 p.m. tomorrow, July 13 on the National Testing Agency’s (NTA) official website, nta.ac.in.

The tweet says, “The NEET (UG) 2021 will be held on 12th September 2021 across the country following COVID-19 protocols. The application process will begin from 5 pm tomorrow through the NTA website(s)”.

He also announced that the number of cities participating in the test has been raised from 155 to 198. The number of exam centres will also be increased by the NTA.

The test will be carried out in accordance with the COVID-19 protocols. At the exam centre, candidates will be given face masks. At the centre, the agency will also ensure that there are staggered time slots for entry and leave, thorough sanitisation, contactless registration, and so on.

The exam was originally scheduled for August 1, but it was moved up due to the second wave of coronavirus. The NEET is used to determine eligibility for medical school admissions to programmes such as MBBS, BAMS, BUMS, BDS, BHMS, and BSMS. The exam will be given in 11 different languages, including Hindi and English.

Candidates must have received a minimum of 50% in Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and English in their Class 12 exams from a recognised board.

Due to the COVID-19 issue sweeping the country, several boards, including the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), have cancelled this year’s Class 12 exams. As a result, it’s possible that NTA will make a few tweaks to the eligibility criteria.

 

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