Information on NEET and BITSAT - Exam Pattern, Faqs

Information on NEET and BITSAT - Exam Pattern, Faqs
12 February 2021


NEET as known as National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is the sole entrance test for admission to medical/ para-medical courses like MBBS, BDS, AYUSH, Veterinary etc. After the discontinuation of AIIMS and JIPMER MBBS exams, admission to both these institutes happens through NEET. This entrance exam is conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) annually.

In India NEET is the most important medical entrance examination for Under Graduation admissions, With approximately 16 lakh test-takers every year. 2021 NEET will be conducted at around 155 test centres in India.  As per the regular schedule of NEET, it is expected that the NEET 2021 exam will take place in the last week of June after the class 12 board exam concludes.

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Paper pattern for NEET Exam

Subjects Questions Marks
Physics 45 questions 180 marks
Chemistry 45 questions 180 marks
Biology and Zoology 90 questions 360 marks
Total 180 questions 720 marks


Some questions related to NEET CET - 

  • How Many student’s on an average appear for NEET exam every year?

More than 10 lakhs student’s every year 
2020 - 13,67,000
2019 - 14,11,000

  • Things you should carry/ are allowed inside the examination hall- 

-Your NEET 2021 admit card
-Two photographs password size (same as the one submitted with the application form preferred)
-A valid photo Id proof  (Driving Licence/PAN Card/ Passport/ Aadhaar card)
-PWD Certificate (if applicable)
-Candidates suffering from diabetes are allowed to carry eatables (with prior permission), such as sugar tablets/fruits (like banana/apple/orange) and transparent bottles. However, packed foods such as chocolate, candy, and others, will not be allowed.

  •  Things which are not allowed inside the examination hall

-Any Electronics or communication devices like phone, camera, earphones, Bluetooth device, pen drives etc are not allowed.
-Stationery items- printed or written textual material, pen, calculator, pad, eraser, log table etc not allowed.
-Accessories- Wristwatch, handbags, bracelet, goggles, caps not allowed
-Any eatables opened or packed item, bottle, cold drinks, etc not allowed.

  •  The total number of Government MBBS seats in India?

 There are a total of 41, 388 government seats for MBBS in India. Total colleges-272. Which state has the highest medical seats in India? Karnataka has the highest number of medical colleges followed by Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and Uttar Pradesh

  •  The total number of Government  MBBS seats in Maharashtra?
4330
  • MBBS Government seats Distribution state wise?

Total Government MBBS Seats through NEET 2021
 

State/UT

MBBS

Total Colleges#

Total Seats*

Andaman & Nicobar

1

100

Andhra Pradesh

13

2410

Arunachal Pradesh

1

50

Assam

6

900

Bihar

10

1240

Chandigarh

1

150

Chhattisgarh

7

770

Dadar & Nagar Haveli

1

150

Daman & Diu

0

0

Delhi

7

1065

Goa

1

180

Gujarat

17

3,650

Haryana

5

710

Himachal Pradesh

6

720

Jammu & Kashmir

7

885

Jharkhand

6

580

Karnataka

19

2,900

Kerala

10

1,455

Lakshadweep

0

0

Madhya Pradesh

14

1,970

Maharashtra

25

4,330

Manipur

2

225

Meghalaya

1

50

Mizoram

1

100

Nagaland

0

0

Orissa

8

1,250

Pondicherry

2

380

Punjab

3

600

Rajasthan

15

2,700

Sikkim

0

0

Tamil Nadu

26

3,600

Telangana

10

1,740

Tripura

1

125

Uttar Pradesh

24

2,878

Uttarakhand

4

525

West Bengal

18

3,000

Total

272

41,388

 
  • List of Medical courses after 12th?
Students can study bachelor degree courses, i.e. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) & Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS). Other most popular medical programmes are BAMS, BUMS, BHMS, MD & MS Courses. In PG courses, there are many specializations such as Forensic Medicine, Physiology, Paediatrics, Psychiatry, Anatomy, General Surgery, General Medicine, etc.
  • The total number of seats for MBBS and BDS in India?
Total MBBS/BDS Seats and Colleges in India.


Sections

Subjects

No. of questions

Total Marks

Marks for Each Correct Answer

Marks for Each Wrong Answer

Part I

Physics

40

120

+3

-1

Part II

Chemistry

40

120

+3

-1

Part III

English Proficiency

15

45

+3

-1

Logical Reasoning

10

30

+3

-1

Part IV

Mathematics/Biology (B.Pharma)

45 (Each)

135

+3

-1

Total

150 Questions

450 Marks

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