NEET 2019 Registration Begins from 1 November

September 28, 2018 3 Comments


The official announcement states that NEET 2019 Registration Begins from 1 November and orgnaised on 5 May 2019 in a single session and only by pen and paper mode.


NEET 2019 Registration


NEET 2019 exam schedule has been shared by National Testing Agency (NTA) on its official website - nta.ac.in, as per which the registration for NEET i.e. National Elegibelty Cum Entrance Test for medical and dental admissions for undergraduate courses is scheduled to begin on 1 November and continue till 30 November 2018.



NEET 2019 Registration Begins from 1 November :


The official notification about NEET examination states that it is organised on 5 May 2019 in a single session only and only by a pen and paper mode.


While HRD has taken a decision that NEET examination will take by Computer method only, but Minstery of Health and family welfare denied it by saying that it can create a problem for the rural and backward candidate of NEET.



Minstery of Health and Welfare also denied the purposel of HRD to conduct NEET examination twice in a year i.e. first test in February and the other in May but Health Minstery denied it by saying that in February and March class 12 board examination is conducted through out the country and in that time only NEET test become a stress for the NEET aspirations.



So, NEET aspirents we ready as the registeration will be shortly strated and exam will be conducted on 5 May 2019.



NEET UG 2019 Examination Schedule

Registration started - 01/11/2018

Registration end - 30/11/2018

Admit card download - 15/04/2019

Exam conducted - 05/05/2019

Result Declaration - 05/06/2019

NAT offical website - https://nta.ac.in

Download the NTA offical schedule for NEET 2019 - https://nta.ac.in/Download/nta-exam-press-release.pdf



Note - All these information has been taken from the NTA offical website and it can be changed any time so please don't forget to check it once in a month and also keep your eyes to the official website of NTA.




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