NEET 2019 Updates

NEET 2019 – The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET 2019) is the main entrance examination in the country for admission to medicine and allied courses. In a first, NEET 2019 will be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) and will be held once in a year instead of twice as earlier reported. NEET has so far been conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). Earlier NEET was conducted for admission to only medical and dental courses in India.

Since 2018, CBSE has mandated the admission to the medical, dental and AYUSH courses of the country on the basis of NEET only. NEET 2019 is, therefore, likely to follow suit with more than 13 lakh candidates expected to apply. With the release of the schedule of NEET 2019,  it is advisable to start preparing for NEET 2019 well in advance. Careers360 hereby brings you all there is to know about NEET 2019 including important dates, exam schedule, examination pattern, and preparation strategies in order to gear up the preparation process.

NEET 2019 – Overview

Name of the Examination National Eligibility cum Entrance Test
Examination Conducting body National Testing Agency
Examination level National
Category Undergraduate
Purpose of examination Admission to medical, dental and AYUSH courses in India (except AIIMS and JIPMER)

What’s new in NEET 2019?

  • The conducting body of NEET 2019is the National Testing Agency (NTA).
  • NEET 2019 will be conducted in offline mode only.
  • The examination of NEET 2019 will be conducted once a year.
  • The previous changes introduced in NEET have been retracted and NEET remains a single window entrance-cum-eligibility exam.

What’s in NEET 2019 for me?

Name of the Examination National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET)
Minimum Eligibility Qualifying Marks in Class XII exam
Number of Questions 180
NEET Exam Syllabus Physics, Chemistry and Biology syllabus of class 11th & 12th
Seats offered 56,000 (approx)
Purpose of examination Admission to medical, dental, and AYUSH courses in India (except AIIMS and JIPMER)

NEET 2019 Eligibility criteria: Are you eligible?

Aspirants require to fulfill certain eligibility criteria in order to appear in the examination. The application forms of the ineligible candidates are not accepted, so aspirants are advised to through the NEET 2019 Eligibility Criterialisted below.

  • Indian nationals, OCI, PIO, NRI and foreign candidates will be eligible to apply.
  • The minimum age limit will be 17 years as on 31st December 2019.
  • The upper age limit will be 25 years for general and 30 years for SC, ST and OBC candidates on the date of examination.
  • Candidates must have passed 12th or equivalent exam from any recognized board.
  • In the qualifying exam, students must have physics, chemistry, biology/bio-technology and English subjects.
  • Candidates should have obtained minimum 50% marks (for general), 45% marks (for general PH) and 40% marks for SC/ST & OBC candidates in the PCB stream.
  • Candidates appearing in the qualifying exam are also eligible to apply.

NEET 2019 Application Form

The release date for the application form is November 1, 2018. The last date for filling up the application form is November 30, 2018. The mode of release and submission of the NEET 2019 Application Form will be online. Aspirants can check below the step-by-step approach to fill in the application form.

Registration

Register on NEET website in order to access the application form. You will receive your ID and password on the registered ID or Mobile No. for future log ins.

Filling the Application Form

Fill in the required details –  personal details, Choice of Examination Centre, Academic Details and Address and Details of Parents.

Uploading Documents

After carefully filling the above-mentioned details, upload your passport sized Photograph, Signature, and Left Hand Thumb Impression.

Fee Payment

This is the final confirmation step, where you are required to remit the fee via:

  • Debit/ Credit Card
  • Net Banking
  • E-Wallets of different service providers
  • Offline Mode- Via challan
Category Fees
General/ OBC INR 1400
SC/ST/PH INR 750

Confirmation Page

  • After successful payment, a confirmation page will be generated.
  • Take a print out of the page and keep it safely for future use. Make note that the confirmation page is NOT to be sent to the board.
  • Preserve it until the end of admission and counseling process. For further assistance, you can refer to the detailed explanation of the application process at our NEET Application Form page.

NEET 2019 Admit Card

Candidates who have successfully submitted their application will be able to get the NEET 2019 Admit Card. Here we are providing details about admit card:

  • NEET hall ticket 2019 will be released from April 15, 2019.
  • The board will provide the facility to get the admit card via online mode.
  • A format for affixing of postcard size photograph will be released along with the admit card.
  • In case of any discrepancy found in the admit card, contact with the officials.
  • When student will download their hall ticket, a PDF copy of the same will be send to the candidate’s registered email ID.
  • Failing to produce necessary documents, candidate might not be allowed to appear for the exam.

NEET 2019 Exam Centers

  • The exam centres will be notified by the NTA before the release of the application form.
  • Previously, In 2018, NEET was held across 2255 exam centres in 136 cities.
  • Aspirants are required to fill in their choice of exam centre according to their order of preference while filling up the application.
  • However, the preference for NEET 2019 Exam Centers is still limited to 3 choices for all the applicants.
  • All the exam centers will have an option for taking NEET in English, Hindi and Urdu.
  • The option for vernacular languages will be limited to that particular state only. In total, 8 vernacular languages will be available apart from English, Hindi and Urdu.
  • Candidates in Jammu & Kashmir, Assam and Meghalaya without Aadhaar Card need to select exam cities within their own state only. Final allocation of the center will be done by NTA on first-cum-first-serve basis.
  • NEET exam centres will be allotted according to the preference of the candidates and also according to the availability of centres for conducting NEET.

NEET 2019 Exam Pattern

Below we are providing the details about NEET 2019 Exam Pattern:

  • Date of Exam: The exam will be organized on May 5, 2019.
  • Mode of Exam: The exam will be organized through Pen – Paper based (offline) mode.
  • Type of Questions: There will be objective type questions in the exam.
  • Duration: The exam duration will be of three hours.
  • Number of Questions: Total 180 questions will be asked.
  • Language: The question paper will be asked in Hindi, English, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Assamese, Telugu, Tamil, Urdu and Kananda languages.
  • Marking Scheme: For each correct answer, four marks will be given.
  • Negative Marking: For each incorrect answer, one mark will be deducted.
Section No. of Question Marks
Physics 45 180
Chemistry 45 180
Zoology 45 180
Botany 45 180
Total 180 720

NEET 2019 Syllabus

Exam syllabus includes questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology curriculum of class XI and XII by CBSE. It is prepared after the Medical Council of India (MCI) reviews various State Syllabi as well as those prepared by NTA, CBSE, NCERT, and CBSE.

Subjects included Physics, Chemistry, Biology
Duration 3 hours
Exam Mode Offline 
Number of Questions 180 (45 each from Physics, Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology)
Maximum Marks 720
Maximum marks per question 4
Marking Scheme +4 for correct answer

-1 for incorrect answer

0 for no answer/ more than one answer

Type of Questions Objective (MCQs)
Languages English, Hindi, Assamese, Kannada, Odia, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati

NEET 2018 Paper Analysis

If we talk about NEET 2018 paper analysis, Biology was said to be the easiest of all sections, while Chemistry was easy to moderate. Students found Physics to be the toughest in NEET 2018. Also, as per the experts there were eight questions that were unclear in the exam.

Out of the total 180 questions, 110 questions were found easy; 45 questions were of moderate difficulty level, whereas 25 questions were of high difficulty level,” said Prof Uday Nath Mishra, Chief Academic Officer, BasicFirst.

Loopholes in NEET Question Paper 

After the exam concluded on May 6, Dr Arvind Goyal (NEET Expert) on Monday pointed out eight ambiguous questions from physics, chemistry and biology sections. While some questions had two correct answers, and in few cases there was not even a single correct answer out of the four options.

Experts said there were three such questions in Chemistry, three in Biology and two in Physics. 

Few of error questions are as follows:

Ques. In which of the following forms is iron absorbed by plants?

1) Ferric 2) Ferrous
3) Free element 4) Both ferric and ferrous

Problem: Iron is absorbed in both ferric and ferrous forms by plants. But in the NCERT only ferric form is mentioned. So, the students were confused as what to follow. Due to the incomplete information given in NCERT book, the CBSE should give credit to both the options i.e. 1 and 4.

Ques. The contraceptive ‘SAHELI’

1) Blocks estrogen receptors in the uterus preventing egges from getting implanted 2) Increases the concentration of estrogen and prevents ovulation in females.
3) Is an IUD 4) Is a post-coital contraceptive

Problem: The contraceptive ‘Saheli’ has a role as a post-coital emergency contraceptive also. Thus, in this question two of the given options i.e. 1 and 4 are correct.

Ques. The amnion of mammalian embryo is derived from

1) Ectoderm and mesoderm 2) Endoderm and mesoderm
3) Mesoderm and trophoblast 4) Ectoderm and endoderm

Problem: The amnion is derived from the trophoblast. So, none of the given options is fully correct.

NEET 2019 Answer Keys

  • The answer key will be released along with question paper through online mode. NEET answer key 2019 will be published within a week after the exam.
  • The board will offer the facility to challenge against the answer key. Candidates will have to pay INR 1000 per answer to challenge the answer key.
  • Candidates will have to visit their login portal. Enter their user ID (registration number) and password to challenge the answer key.

NEET Results 2019 

  • Students those will appear in the exam can check their result via online mode.
  • NEET 2019 Result will be announced on June 5, 2019.
  • It will not be prepared category wise.
  • There will be no provision of re-evaluation/re-checking of the answer sheets.
  • Earlier, result of NEET has been released by CBSE on June 4, 2018.

Official Screenshot: Notification & Score Card

Qualifying Percentage

The qualifying percentage will depend on the candidate’s category. Tabulated below is the same:

Category Qualifying Percentage
General 50%
SC/ST/OBC 40%
General PH 45%

Details Mentioned on NEET Scorecard – 

  • Candidate’s Name
  • Date of Birth and Category
  • Scores secured in Physics, Chemistry and Biology
  • Total Marks Secured
  • Total Percentile
  • All India Rank
  • Category Rank
  • All India Quota Rank (15% Seats)
  • Cut off score for NEET Counselling
  • Qualification Status of candidates

NEET UG 2019 Rank List

  • The board will prepare a merit list as per the guidance of DGHS, MCI and DCI.
  • The merit list will be prepared for the 15% All India Quota.
  • Students will be invited for counselling as per their rank in the NEET UG examination.

NEET 2019 Counselling Procedure

NEET Counselling will be conducted for 15% All India Quota Seats and 85% for State Quota Seats. MCC under the aegis of MCI (Medical Council of India) manages the counselling for 15% AIQ seats while for remaining seats, state counselling authorities manage seat allotment and counselling. Seat Allocation will be done as per the rank and score obtained in the exam.

The basic process of NEET Counselling is indicated below for reference:

  • The counselling procedure requires qualified candidates to register online.
  • Once you’ve registered online, you can select the course and colleges as per your preference. Save and lock your choices once you’re done with the selection.
  • The process of seat allotment will be conducted in three rounds based on your rank and the choices filled during the online registration.
  • While most institutes follow a centralized counselling process, some may have their own counselling procedures.

NEET 2019 Admission Process 

After counselling, candidates must report to their allotted colleges within the specified time period. For the admission process, candidates must take original documents for verification along with self attested photocopies.

Paperwork: Documents Required

  • High School & Intermediate Mark sheets
  • High School & Intermediate Passing Certificate
  • NEET Admit card
  • NEET Rank Letter
  • Category Certificate (For reserved category candidates)
  • Birth Certificate
  • 8-10 Passport Sized Photographs
  • Provisional Allotment Letter generated online
  • Identity proof

NEET Cut Off 2019

Candidates have to secure marks more than cut off to qualify the examination. Candidates can check details about NEET 2019 cut off from below:

  • The cut off will be published through online mode.
  • It will be released along with the result.
  • The cut off will depend upon different factors like number of candidates appeared in the exam, student’s performance, difficulty level of the exam, etc.
  • The previous years qualifying cut off (out of 720 marks) of NEET UG exam is mentioned below:
Category Cut Off 2018
Unreserved (UR) 360
OBC, SC & ST 288
UR – PH 324
OBC, SC, ST – PH 288

NEET 2018 Cut off

CBSE will release the Cut off in June 2018 post declaration of results. Here’s a list of the top colleges with their opening and closing ranks.

Name of Institution Opening Rank Closing Rank
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi 1 7643
Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi 35 11397
B. J. Medical College, Ahmedabad 71 20508
Government Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh 73 5109
Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore 82 22347
Sawai Man Singh Medical College, Jaipur 99 56117
Grant Medical College and Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai 104 58243

#NEET Previous Year Trend

  • NEET (National Eligibility Entrance Test) is an all India level entrance examination for admission into MBBS and BDS courses after class 12th.
  • It is a pen – paper based exam comprising 180 MCQs from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology).
  • Over 13 lakh students have registered for the national level medical entrance examination this year for the 66,000 seats in medical and dental colleges across India.
  • The qualifying marks for General Category ranged from 131 to 697 for NEET 2017.
  • CBSE has released the official answer keys for the medical examination tentatively on May 25, 2018.
  • NEET replaced AIPMT as the qualifying medical entrance exam in 2016.

Things to Remember

  • NEET Exam Date 2019 – May 5, 2019.
  • Take your Admit Card and Passport sized photographs to the examination center
  • AIIMS and JIPMER conduct their own entrance exam, separately. NEET is not the qualifying exam for these institutes.
  • Duration of exam- 3 hours
  • NEET Counselling will have 3 rounds of seat allotment.
  • Original documents will be required for admission into the college.
  • If you don’t join the allotted college within the stipulated time, your seat will stand cancelled and you will not be eligible for further counselling.

NEET 2019 – FAQs

Ques. Can Foreign Nationals apply for NEET? What is the eligibility requirement?

Ans. Yes, Foreign National can apply for NEET 2019. Students applying as Foreign Nationals must have passed Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English in Class XII with 50% marks, as per regulations of the Medical Council of India and the concerned University.

Ques. Who can appear in NEET for 15% All India Quota Seats?

Ans. Candidates from the following categories can apply for NEET 2019? • Indian Nationals • Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) • Overseas Citizen of India (OCIs) • Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) • Foreign Nationals are eligible to appear in NEET (UG)-2019 for 15% All India Quota Seats.

Ques. If a candidate is opting Oriya as a medium of question paper, would he be eligible for 15% All India Quota?

Ans. Candidates qualifying NEET would be eligible for All India Quota and other quotas under the State Governments/Institutes, irrespective of the medium in which the examination is taken by a candidate, subject to other eligibility criteria.

Ques. Against which all seats will the admission be made?

Ans. Admission will be made to the following seats through NEET 2019: • All India Quota Seats. • State Government Quota Seats • State/Private/Management/NRI Quota Seats in all Private Medical / Dental Colleges or any Private/ Deemed University • Central Pool Quota Seats.

Ques. If I am opting Assamese as language of question paper, can I get the center of examination in Delhi?

Ans. No. If any candidate is opting vernacular language as medium of question paper, he will be allotted center only in respective States of particular vernacular language. In the present case, examination center could be only in Assam.

Ques. Can I change the option of language once the form is submitted?

Ans. Option once exercised, cannot be changed after submission of application form. As centers will be allotted based on medium of question paper, candidates need to be very careful in choosing of medium of question paper.

Ques. What are the duration/timings of NEET 2019?

Ans. The duration of NEET 2019 will be 03 hours i.e. from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. However, no entry will be allowed after 9.30 a.m.

Ques. If any candidate faces any problem in remittance of fee, to whom can he/she approach?

Ans. Candidates can approach the concerned Banks on contact numbers which are available on the website of NEET 2019.

Ques. Do I have to send my filled application form to NTA?

Ans. The candidates are NOT REQUIRED TO SEND the print out of the Confirmation Page or any document (s) to the NEET Unit, CBSE.

Ques. Who will conduct the counselling for NEET?

Ans. For 15% All India Quota seats, counseling will be conducted by the DGHS. For seats under the control of States/Universities/Institutions, their respective authorities will conduct the counseling.

Ques. Can one see images of OMR sheets and Responses on website?

Ans. The images of OMR Sheet and Responses captured by the machine will be displayed on the website www.cbseneet.nic.in. For exact date of hosting, candidates may remain in touch with the website.

Ques. I am from Rajasthan Board, my age is 14 years, can I apply for NEET exam?

Ans. No, you cannot apply for NEET 2019 exam as you are not meeting the age criteria.

Ques. My date of birth is December 11, 1998, can I apply for NEET exam?

Ans. Yes, you can apply for as you are above 17 years of age.

Ques. I have 44% marks in my class 12 CBSE boards, if I give an improvement exam in 2019, I may get 50%, so will I be considered eligible for NEET?

Ans. Yes, you will be eligible for NEET. The percentage changes according to the category.

Ques. I am doing BDS from a college in UP, can I still write the NEET exam?

Ans. If you have been allotted a college for BDS through central counselling then you cannot, else you cannot.

Ques. I am a general category female candidate, my parents’ income is less than 5 lakhs, do I need to pay the NEET application fee?

Ans. Yes, you need to pay the NEET application fee, the concession is given only to SC/ST/PH candidates with required certificates.

Ques. I have some problems with my CBSE enrolment process for class 12 board exam, can I apply for NEET?

Ans. No, till your class 12 board registration is not accepted, you cannot apply for NEET as you are not eligible.

Ques. I have got 60% marks on Uttranchal Board exam, and 45% in CBSE board, can I write the NEET exam?

Ans. No, you cannot appear for NEET as only CBSE board is considered for NEET eligibility.

Ques. I passed class 12 in 2017, but my marks in Biology are below 50 can I apply for NEET?

Ans. Yes, you can apply for the NEET 2019 exam.

Ques. I am doing B.Sc. from DU, can I apply for NEET?

Ans. Yes, but no lateral entry provision is there in NEET.

Ques. I am an SC category student, what is the upper limit to apply for NEET exam?

Ans. 30 years is the upper age limit for SC/ST candidates to apply for the NEET exam.

Ques. What is the minimum qualification needed to apply for NEET 2019 exam?

Ans. A student must have qualified class 12 examinations or equivalent in order to apply for NEET exam. Student must be of science background.

Ques. NRI candidates are getting some age benefits if they apply for NEET?

Ans. No, age benefits are only for SC/ST candidates, no other category is getting age benefits.

Ques. What are the compulsory subjects to appear for NEET 2019 exam?

Ans. It is compulsory that the student must have completed class 12 with Physics, chemistry, biology/ biotechnology and English as main subjects. Students must have obtained an aggregate of 50% in these subjects for general category/ 45% for general- PH and 40% marks for SC/ST/OBC.

Ques. I have 1-year gap between by class 10 th and class 11th, am I eligible to apply for NEET?

Ans. Yes, you can apply for NEET.

Ques. If I am appearing for class 12 exam, can I apply for the NEET 2019 exam?

Ans. Yes, you can apply for the exam if you appearing for the class 12 exam in 2019.

Ques. I know only Kannada language, so can I write NEET?

Ans. NEET exam paper will be printed in 8 languages only namely English, Hindi, Tamil, Assamese, Bengali, Gujrati, Marathi and Telgue. So, you cannot write exam in Kannad.

Ques. What subjects do I need to prepare for the NEET exam?

Ans. You need to prepare Phyiscs, Chemistry & Biology(Zoology &Botany) subjects for the NEET exam.

Ques. Will English language also be tested in the NEET exam or not?

Ans. No test of English language is there in Kannad language.

Ques. I am physically challenged, what is my exam duration in NEET?

Ans. NEET exam paper will be of 3 hours duration, for PH students it is 3.5 hours.

Ques. I am 23 years of age, I have taken only 2 attempts of NEET, can I take 1 more or not?

Ans. Yes, you can take 1 last attempt till you have not completed 25 years of age.

Ques. My passport is under process of verification, do I need to submit the passport number in the NEET application form?

Ans. No, only NRI candidates have to submit the passport number.

Ques. Is NEET mandatory for veterinary course?

Ans. Yes, from this year onwards candidates will have to give NEET for undergraduate veterinary courses.

Ques. When will be the NTA NEET Correction Form available? When is the last date to fill the NTA NEET Correction Form?

Ans. NEET 2019 Application Form Correction will be done from the month of December 2018. It is a one time opportunity, so the candidates are advised to fill the form carefully.

Ques. Will I be able to make any changes to my uploaded photograph in NTA NEET 2019 Correction Form? ?

Ans. Candidates will not be allowed to make any changes in the photograph. One must upload correct photography with specified dimensions and mandatory Name and Date at the bottom. If you miss out on name and date but have uploaded the photograph with specified dimension, it will be accepted by NTA.

Ques. My son has got 41% in PCB and 50% overall in CBSE, he is from OBC background, can he apply for NEET?

Ans. Yes, he can apply.

Ques. My aadhar card is invalid, can I apply for NEET?

Ans. No, only a valid aadhar card is accepted.

Ques. My OBC certificate is 8 months old, do I need to get a new OBC certificate before NEET application form filling?

Ans. No, you can apply, the certificate must be less than 1 year old.

Ques. Who is responsible for 15% All India Quota seat allotment process?

Ans. Once the NEET 2019 result is released 15% AIQ seats will be managed by MCC of Directorate General of Health Service (DGHS) through online mode.

Ques. I am from Bihar, am I eligible for AIQ quota benefit in NEET?

Ans. No, Students from J&K, AP and Telangana can avail the benefit of AIQ.

Ques. Can I fill my NEET application form through the bank, in which I pay my application fee?

Ans. No, only application fee has to be paid through bank. No application form can be filled at the bank. Payment of e-challan can be made through Syndicate, SBI, ICICI Bank or HDFC bank.

Ques. I was born on January 1, 1993, I am OBC, can I apply for NEET?

Ans. No, you cannot apply.

Ques. I have dropped 1 year after class 12, is that considered an attempt in NEET?

Ans. No, it is not an attempt.

Ques. Who conducts NEET, it is online or offline in 2019?

Ans. NTA conducts NEET in offline mode in 2019.

Ques. Can you update my details in NEET 2019 application form?

Ans. No, you have to do it yourself.

Ques. My NEET 2018 marks are considered for 2019 admission to a medical course?

Ans. No, if you have given an attempt in 2019.

Ques. I had completed my bSc with 87.74% and my intermediate percentage is 93.4,my dob is July 21 1994 and I Am under the category of st. Can I apply for neet exam?

Ans. Yes, you can apply.

Ques. Where all are the NEET Scores accepted?

Ans. The scores of NEET are accepted mostly by medical colleges/ universities across India

  • 85% State Quota seats for MBBS & BDS admissions in all states and UTs of India.
  • 15% All India Quota seats in Government medical and dental colleges in all states and UTs of India
  • Private and Deemed medical colleges including minority institions like CMC Vellore and Ludhiana also offers the seats.
  • Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Banaras Hindu University (BHU) and Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) also reserves seats for NEET candidates.

Ques. How can I get proof of fee payment made to NTA for NEET 2019?

Ans. Generation of the confirmation page ensures that the fee payment has been made successfully. Moreover, the details of the fee payment such as transaction ID are mentioned in the lower portion of the confirmation page. It can be save for future reference. Apart from this, no other receipt will be provided.

Ques. What if I uploaded my photograph without the mandatory name and date below that?

Ans. It is not allowed for the candidates to make any change in the photograph uploaded. Although, the photo will be accepted by the NTA even without the name and date only if in case it matches size specifications and clearly shows the candidate’s face.

Ques. Is Aadhaar Card mandatory to fill NEET Application Form?

Ans. No, Aadhaar Card is not mandatory to apply for NEET 2019.

Ques. How many attempts are available for a candidate to correct his/her NEET application form?

Ans. It is a ONE-TIME FACILITY available for the candidates only in the data which may affect the merit. Candidates should do it very carefully as no second opportunity will be made available for corrections.

Ques. What are the valid ID proofs other than Aadhaar Card which can be used by the candidate?

What’s in NEET 2019 for me?

Name of the Examination National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET)
Minimum Eligibility Qualifying Marks in Class XII exam
Number of Questions 180
NEET Exam Syllabus Physics, Chemistry and Biology syllabus of class 11th & 12th
Seats offered 56,000 (approx)
Purpose of examination Admission to medical, dental, and AYUSH courses in India (except AIIMS and JIPMER)

NEET 2019 Eligibility criteria: Are you eligible?

Aspirants require to fulfill certain eligibility criteria in order to appear in the examination. The application forms of the ineligible candidates are not accepted, so aspirants are advised to through the NEET 2019 Eligibility Criterialisted below.

  • Indian nationals, OCI, PIO, NRI and foreign candidates will be eligible to apply.
  • The minimum age limit will be 17 years as on 31st December 2019.
  • The upper age limit will be 25 years for general and 30 years for SC, ST and OBC candidates on the date of examination.
  • Candidates must have passed 12th or equivalent exam from any recognized board.
  • In the qualifying exam, students must have physics, chemistry, biology/bio-technology and English subjects.
  • Candidates should have obtained minimum 50% marks (for general), 45% marks (for general PH) and 40% marks for SC/ST & OBC candidates in the PCB stream.
  • Candidates appearing in the qualifying exam are also eligible to apply.

NEET 2019 Application Form

The release date for the application form is November 1, 2018. The last date for filling up the application form is November 30, 2018. The mode of release and submission of the NEET 2019 Application Form will be online. Aspirants can check below the step-by-step approach to fill in the application form.

  1. Registration

Register on NEET website in order to access the application form. You will receive your ID and password on the registered ID or Mobile No. for future log ins.

  1. Filling the Application Form

Fill in the required details –  personal details, Choice of Examination Centre, Academic Details and Address and Details of Parents.

  1. Uploading Documents

After carefully filling the above-mentioned details, upload your passport sized Photograph, Signature, and Left Hand Thumb Impression.

  1. Fee Payment

This is the final confirmation step, where you are required to remit the fee via:

  • Debit/ Credit Card
  • Net Banking
  • E-Wallets of different service providers
  • Offline Mode- Via challan
Category Fees
General/ OBC INR 1400
SC/ST/PH INR 750

Confirmation Page

  • After successful payment, a confirmation page will be generated.
  • Take a print out of the page and keep it safely for future use. Make note that the confirmation page is NOT to be sent to the board.
  • Preserve it until the end of admission and counseling process. For further assistance, you can refer to the detailed explanation of the application process at our NEET Application Form page.

NEET 2019 Admit Card

Candidates who have successfully submitted their application will be able to get the NEET 2019 Admit Card. Here we are providing details about admit card:

  • NEET hall ticket 2019 will be released from April 15, 2019.
  • The board will provide the facility to get the admit card via online mode.
  • A format for affixing of postcard size photograph will be released along with the admit card.
  • In case of any discrepancy found in the admit card, contact with the officials.
  • When student will download their hall ticket, a PDF copy of the same will be send to the candidate’s registered email ID.
  • Failing to produce necessary documents, candidate might not be allowed to appear for the exam.

NEET 2019 Exam Centers

  • The exam centres will be notified by the NTA before the release of the application form.
  • Previously, In 2018, NEET was held across 2255 exam centres in 136 cities.
  • Aspirants are required to fill in their choice of exam centre according to their order of preference while filling up the application.
  • However, the preference for NEET 2019 Exam Centers is still limited to 3 choices for all the applicants.
  • All the exam centers will have an option for taking NEET in English, Hindi and Urdu.
  • The option for vernacular languages will be limited to that particular state only. In total, 8 vernacular languages will be available apart from English, Hindi and Urdu.
  • Candidates in Jammu & Kashmir, Assam and Meghalaya without Aadhaar Card need to select exam cities within their own state only. Final allocation of the center will be done by NTA on first-cum-first-serve basis.
  • NEET exam centres will be allotted according to the preference of the candidates and also according to the availability of centres for conducting NEET.

NEET 2019 Exam Pattern

Below we are providing the details about NEET 2019 Exam Pattern:

  • Date of Exam: The exam will be organized on May 5, 2019.
  • Mode of Exam: The exam will be organized through Pen – Paper based (offline) mode.
  • Type of Questions: There will be objective type questions in the exam.
  • Duration: The exam duration will be of three hours.
  • Number of Questions: Total 180 questions will be asked.
  • Language: The question paper will be asked in Hindi, English, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Assamese, Telugu, Tamil, Urdu and Kananda languages.
  • Marking Scheme: For each correct answer, four marks will be given.
  • Negative Marking: For each incorrect answer, one mark will be deducted.
Section No. of Question Marks
Physics 45 180
Chemistry 45 180
Zoology 45 180
Botany 45 180
Total 180 720

NEET 2019 Syllabus

Exam syllabus includes questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology curriculum of class XI and XII by CBSE. It is prepared after the Medical Council of India (MCI) reviews various State Syllabi as well as those prepared by NTA, CBSE, NCERT, and COBSE.

Subjects included Physics, Chemistry, Biology
Duration 3 hours
Exam Mode Offline 
Number of Questions 180 (45 each from Physics, Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology)
Maximum Marks 720
Maximum marks per question 4
Marking Scheme +4 for correct answer

-1 for incorrect answer

0 for no answer/ more than one answer

Type of Questions Objective (MCQs)
Languages English, Hindi, Assamese, Kannada, Odia, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati

 

NEET 2018 Paper Analysis

If we talk about NEET 2018 paper analysis, Biology was said to be the easiest of all sections, while Chemistry was easy to moderate. Students found Physics to be the toughest in NEET 2018. Also, as per the experts there were eight questions that were unclear in the exam.

Out of the total 180 questions, 110 questions were found easy; 45 questions were of moderate difficulty level, whereas 25 questions were of high difficulty level,” said Prof Uday Nath Mishra, Chief Academic Officer, BasicFirst.

Loopholes in NEET Question Paper 

After the exam concluded on May 6, Dr Arvind Goyal (NEET Expert) on Monday pointed out eight ambiguous questions from physics, chemistry and biology sections. While some questions had two correct answers, and in few cases there was not even a single correct answer out of the four options.

Experts said there were three such questions in Chemistry, three in Biology and two in Physics. 

Few of error questions are as follows:

Ques. In which of the following forms is iron absorbed by plants?

1) Ferric 2) Ferrous
3) Free element 4) Both ferric and ferrous

Problem: Iron is absorbed in both ferric and ferrous forms by plants. But in the NCERT only ferric form is mentioned. So, the students were confused as what to follow. Due to the incomplete information given in NCERT book, the CBSE should give credit to both the options i.e. 1 and 4.

 

 

Ques. The contraceptive ‘SAHELI’

1) Blocks estrogen receptors in the uterus preventing egges from getting implanted 2) Increases the concentration of estrogen and prevents ovulation in females.
3) Is an IUD 4) Is a post-coital contraceptive

Problem: The contraceptive ‘Saheli’ has a role as a post-coital emergency contraceptive also. Thus, in this question two of the given options i.e. 1 and 4 are correct.

Ques. The amnion of mammalian embryo is derived from

1) Ectoderm and mesoderm 2) Endoderm and mesoderm
3) Mesoderm and trophoblast 4) Ectoderm and endoderm

Problem: The amnion is derived from the trophoblast. So, none of the given options is fully correct.

NEET 2019 Answer Keys

  • The answer key will be released along with question paper through online mode. NEET answer key 2019 will be published within a week after the exam.
  • The board will offer the facility to challenge against the answer key. Candidates will have to pay INR 1000 per answer to challenge the answer key.
  • Candidates will have to visit their login portal. Enter their user ID (registration number) and password to challenge the answer key.

NEET Results 2019 

  • Students those will appear in the exam can check their result via online mode.
  • NEET 2019 Result will be announced on June 5, 2019.
  • It will not be prepared category wise.
  • There will be no provision of re-evaluation/re-checking of the answer sheets.
  • Earlier, result of NEET has been released by CBSE on June 4, 2018.

Official Screenshot: Notification & Score Card

Qualifying Percentage

The qualifying percentage will depend on the candidate’s category. Tabulated below is the same:

Category Qualifying Percentage
General 50%
SC/ST/OBC 40%
General PH 45%

Details Mentioned on NEET Scorecard – 

  • Candidate’s Name
  • Date of Birth and Category
  • Scores secured in Physics, Chemistry and Biology
  • Total Marks Secured
  • Total Percentile
  • All India Rank
  • Category Rank
  • All India Quota Rank (15% Seats)
  • Cut off score for NEET Counselling
  • Qualification Status of candidates

NEET UG 2019 Rank List

  • The board will prepare a merit list as per the guidance of DGHS, MCI and DCI.
  • The merit list will be prepared for the 15% All India Quota.
  • Students will be invited for counselling as per their rank in the NEET UG examination.

NEET 2019 Counselling Procedure

NEET Counselling will be conducted for 15% All India Quota Seats and 85% for State Quota Seats. MCC under the aegis of MCI (Medical Council of India) manages the counselling for 15% AIQ seats while for remaining seats, state counselling authorities manage seat allotment and counselling. Seat Allocation will be done as per the rank and score obtained in the exam.

The basic process of NEET Counselling is indicated below for reference:

  • The counselling procedure requires qualified candidates to register online.
  • Once you’ve registered online, you can select the course and colleges as per your preference. Save and lock your choices once you’re done with the selection.
  • The process of seat allotment will be conducted in three rounds based on your rank and the choices filled during the online registration.
  • While most institutes follow a centralized counselling process, some may have their own counselling procedures.

NEET 2019 Admission Process 

After counselling, candidates must report to their allotted colleges within the specified time period. For the admission process, candidates must take original documents for verification along with self attested photocopies.

Paperwork: Documents Required

  • High School & Intermediate Mark sheets
  • High School & Intermediate Passing Certificate
  • NEET Admit card
  • NEET Rank Letter
  • Category Certificate (For reserved category candidates)
  • Birth Certificate
  • 8-10 Passport Sized Photographs
  • Provisional Allotment Letter generated online
  • Identity proof

NEET Cut Off 2019

Candidates have to secure marks more than cut off to qualify the examination. Candidates can check details about NEET 2019 cut off from below:

  • The cut off will be published through online mode.
  • It will be released along with the result.
  • The cut off will depend upon different factors like number of candidates appeared in the exam, student’s performance, difficulty level of the exam, etc.
  • The previous years qualifying cut off (out of 720 marks) of NEET UG exam is mentioned below:
Category Cut Off 2018
Unreserved (UR) 360
OBC, SC & ST 288
UR – PH 324
OBC, SC, ST – PH 288

NEET 2018 Cut off

CBSE will release the Cut off in June 2018 post declaration of results. Here’s a list of the top colleges with their opening and closing ranks.

Name of Institution Opening Rank Closing Rank
Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi 1 7643
Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi 35 11397
B. J. Medical College, Ahmedabad 71 20508
Government Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh 73 5109
Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore 82 22347
Sawai Man Singh Medical College, Jaipur 99 56117
Grant Medical College and Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai 104 58243

 

#NEET Previous Year Trend

  • NEET (National Eligibility Entrance Test) is an all India level entrance examination for admission into MBBS and BDS courses after class 12th.
  • It is a pen – paper based exam comprising 180 MCQs from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology).
  • Over 13 lakh students have registered for the national level medical entrance examination this year for the 66,000 seats in medical and dental colleges across India.
  • The qualifying marks for General Category ranged from 131 to 697 for NEET 2017.
  • CBSE has released the official answer keys for the medical examination tentatively on May 25, 2018.
  • NEET replaced AIPMT as the qualifying medical entrance exam in 2016.

 

Things to Remember

  • NEET Exam Date 2019 – May 5, 2019.
  • Take your Admit Card and Passport sized photographs to the examination center
  • AIIMS and JIPMER conduct their own entrance exam, separately. NEET is not the qualifying exam for these institutes.
  • Duration of exam- 3 hours
  • NEET Counselling will have 3 rounds of seat allotment.
  • Original documents will be required for admission into the college.
  • If you don’t join the allotted college within the stipulated time, your seat will stand cancelled and you will not be eligible for further counselling.

 

NEET 2019 – FAQs

Ques. Can Foreign Nationals apply for NEET? What is the eligibility requirement?

Ans. Yes, Foreign National can apply for NEET 2019. Students applying as Foreign Nationals must have passed Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Biotechnology and English in Class XII with 50% marks, as per regulations of the Medical Council of India and the concerned University.

Ques. Who can appear in NEET for 15% All India Quota Seats?

Ans. Candidates from the following categories can apply for NEET 2019? • Indian Nationals • Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) • Overseas Citizen of India (OCIs) • Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs) • Foreign Nationals are eligible to appear in NEET (UG)-2019 for 15% All India Quota Seats.

Ques. If a candidate is opting Oriya as a medium of question paper, would he be eligible for 15% All India Quota?

Ans. Candidates qualifying NEET would be eligible for All India Quota and other quotas under the State Governments/Institutes, irrespective of the medium in which the examination is taken by a candidate, subject to other eligibility criteria.

Ques. Against which all seats will the admission be made?

Ans. Admission will be made to the following seats through NEET 2019: • All India Quota Seats. • State Government Quota Seats • State/Private/Management/NRI Quota Seats in all Private Medical / Dental Colleges or any Private/ Deemed University • Central Pool Quota Seats.

Ques. If I am opting Assamese as language of question paper, can I get the center of examination in Delhi?

Ans. No. If any candidate is opting vernacular language as medium of question paper, he will be allotted center only in respective States of particular vernacular language. In the present case, examination center could be only in Assam.

Ques. Can I change the option of language once the form is submitted?

Ans. Option once exercised, cannot be changed after submission of application form. As centers will be allotted based on medium of question paper, candidates need to be very careful in choosing of medium of question paper.

Ques. What are the duration/timings of NEET 2019?

Ans. The duration of NEET 2019 will be 03 hours i.e. from 10.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. However, no entry will be allowed after 9.30 a.m.

Ques. If any candidate faces any problem in remittance of fee, to whom can he/she approach?

Ans. Candidates can approach the concerned Banks on contact numbers which are available on the website of NEET 2019.

Ques. Do I have to send my filled application form to NTA?

Ans. The candidates are NOT REQUIRED TO SEND the print out of the Confirmation Page or any document (s) to the NEET Unit, CBSE.

Ques. Who will conduct the counselling for NEET?

Ans. For 15% All India Quota seats, counseling will be conducted by the DGHS. For seats under the control of States/Universities/Institutions, their respective authorities will conduct the counseling.

Ques. Can one see images of OMR sheets and Responses on website?

Ans. The images of OMR Sheet and Responses captured by the machine will be displayed on the website www.cbseneet.nic.in. For exact date of hosting, candidates may remain in touch with the website.

Ques. I am from Rajasthan Board, my age is 14 years, can I apply for NEET exam?

Ans. No, you cannot apply for NEET 2019 exam as you are not meeting the age criteria.

Ques. My date of birth is December 11, 1998, can I apply for NEET exam?

Ans. Yes, you can apply for as you are above 17 years of age.

Ques. I have 44% marks in my class 12 CBSE boards, if I give an improvement exam in 2019, I may get 50%, so will I be considered eligible for NEET?

Ans. Yes, you will be eligible for NEET. The percentage changes according to the category.

Ques. I am doing BDS from a college in UP, can I still write the NEET exam?

Ans. If you have been allotted a college for BDS through central counselling then you cannot, else you cannot.

Ques. I am a general category female candidate, my parents’ income is less than 5 lakhs, do I need to pay the NEET application fee?

Ans. Yes, you need to pay the NEET application fee, the concession is given only to SC/ST/PH candidates with required certificates.

Ques. I have some problems with my CBSE enrolment process for class 12 board exam, can I apply for NEET?

Ans. No, till your class 12 board registration is not accepted, you cannot apply for NEET as you are not eligible.

Ques. I have got 60% marks on Uttranchal Board exam, and 45% in CBSE board, can I write the NEET exam?

Ans. No, you cannot appear for NEET as only CBSE board is considered for NEET eligibility.

Ques. I passed class 12 in 2017, but my marks in Biology are below 50 can I apply for NEET?

Ans. Yes, you can apply for the NEET 2019 exam.

Ques. I am doing B.Sc. from DU, can I apply for NEET?

Ans. Yes, but no lateral entry provision is there in NEET.

Ques. I am an SC category student, what is the upper limit to apply for NEET exam?

Ans. 30 years is the upper age limit for SC/ST candidates to apply for the NEET exam.

Ques. What is the minimum qualification needed to apply for NEET 2019 exam?

Ans. A student must have qualified class 12 examinations or equivalent in order to apply for NEET exam. Student must be of science background.

Ques. NRI candidates are getting some age benefits if they apply for NEET?

Ans. No, age benefits are only for SC/ST candidates, no other category is getting age benefits.

Ques. What are the compulsory subjects to appear for NEET 2019 exam?

Ans. It is compulsory that the student must have completed class 12 with Physics, chemistry, biology/ biotechnology and English as main subjects. Students must have obtained an aggregate of 50% in these subjects for general category/ 45% for general- PH and 40% marks for SC/ST/OBC.

Ques. I have 1-year gap between by class 10 th and class 11th, am I eligible to apply for NEET?

Ans. Yes, you can apply for NEET.

Ques. If I am appearing for class 12 exam, can I apply for the NEET 2019 exam?

Ans. Yes, you can apply for the exam if you appearing for the class 12 exam in 2019.

Ques. I know only Kannada language, so can I write NEET?

Ans. NEET exam paper will be printed in 8 languages only namely English, Hindi, Tamil, Assamese, Bengali, Gujrati, Marathi and Telgue. So, you cannot write exam in Kannad.

Ques. What subjects do I need to prepare for the NEET exam?

Ans. You need to prepare Phyiscs, Chemistry & Biology(Zoology &Botany) subjects for the NEET exam.

Ques. Will English language also be tested in the NEET exam or not?

Ans. No test of English language is there in Kannad language.

Ques. I am physically challenged, what is my exam duration in NEET?

Ans. NEET exam paper will be of 3 hours duration, for PH students it is 3.5 hours.

Ques. I am 23 years of age, I have taken only 2 attempts of NEET, can I take 1 more or not?

Ans. Yes, you can take 1 last attempt till you have not completed 25 years of age.

Ques. My passport is under process of verification, do I need to submit the passport number in the NEET application form?

Ans. No, only NRI candidates have to submit the passport number.

Ques. Is NEET mandatory for veterinary course?

Ans. Yes, from this year onwards candidates will have to give NEET for undergraduate veterinary courses.

Ques. When will be the NTA NEET Correction Form available? When is the last date to fill the NTA NEET Correction Form?

Ans. NEET 2019 Application Form Correction will be done from the month of December 2018. It is a one time opportunity, so the candidates are advised to fill the form carefully.

Ques. Will I be able to make any changes to my uploaded photograph in NTA NEET 2019 Correction Form? ?

Ans. Candidates will not be allowed to make any changes in the photograph. One must upload correct photography with specified dimensions and mandatory Name and Date at the bottom. If you miss out on name and date but have uploaded the photograph with specified dimension, it will be accepted by NTA.

Ques. My son has got 41% in PCB and 50% overall in CBSE, he is from OBC background, can he apply for NEET?

Ans. Yes, he can apply.

Ques. My aadhar card is invalid, can I apply for NEET?

Ans. No, only a valid aadhar card is accepted.

Ques. My OBC certificate is 8 months old, do I need to get a new OBC certificate before NEET application form filling?

Ans. No, you can apply, the certificate must be less than 1 year old.

Ques. Who is responsible for 15% All India Quota seat allotment process?

Ans. Once the NEET 2019 result is released 15% AIQ seats will be managed by MCC of Directorate General of Health Service (DGHS) through online mode.

Ques. I am from Bihar, am I eligible for AIQ quota benefit in NEET?

Ans. No, Students from J&K, AP and Telangana can avail the benefit of AIQ.

Ques. Can I fill my NEET application form through the bank, in which I pay my application fee?

Ans. No, only application fee has to be paid through bank. No application form can be filled at the bank. Payment of e-challan can be made through Syndicate, SBI, ICICI Bank or HDFC bank.

Ques. I was born on January 1, 1993, I am OBC, can I apply for NEET?

Ans. No, you cannot apply.

Ques. I have dropped 1 year after class 12, is that considered an attempt in NEET?

Ans. No, it is not an attempt.

Ques. Who conducts NEET, it is online or offline in 2019?

Ans. NTA conducts NEET in offline mode in 2019.

Ques. Can you update my details in NEET 2019 application form?

Ans. No, you have to do it yourself.

Ques. My NEET 2018 marks are considered for 2019 admission to a medical course?

Ans. No, if you have given an attempt in 2019.

Ques. I had completed my bSc with 87.74% and my intermediate percentage is 93.4,my dob is July 21 1994 and I Am under the category of st. Can I apply for neet exam?

Ans. Yes, you can apply.

Ques. Where all are the NEET Scores accepted?

Ans. The scores of NEET are accepted mostly by medical colleges/ universities across India

  • 85% State Quota seats for MBBS & BDS admissions in all states and UTs of India.
  • 15% All India Quota seats in Government medical and dental colleges in all states and UTs of India
  • Private and Deemed medical colleges including minority institions like CMC Vellore and Ludhiana also offers the seats.
  • Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Banaras Hindu University (BHU) and Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) also reserves seats for NEET candidates.

Ques. How can I get proof of fee payment made to NTA for NEET 2019?

Ans. Generation of the confirmation page ensures that the fee payment has been made successfully. Moreover, the details of the fee payment such as transaction ID are mentioned in the lower portion of the confirmation page. It can be save for future reference. Apart from this, no other receipt will be provided.

Ques. What if I uploaded my photograph without the mandatory name and date below that?

Ans. It is not allowed for the candidates to make any change in the photograph uploaded. Although, the photo will be accepted by the NTA even without the name and date only if in case it matches size specifications and clearly shows the candidate’s face.

Ques. Is Aadhaar Card mandatory to fill NEET Application Form?

Ans. No, Aadhaar Card is not mandatory to apply for NEET 2019.

Ques. How many attempts are available for a candidate to correct his/her NEET application form?

Ans. It is a ONE-TIME FACILITY available for the candidates only in the data which may affect the merit. Candidates should do it very carefully as no second opportunity will be made available for corrections.

Ques. What are the valid ID proofs other than Aadhaar Card which can be used by the candidate?

Ans. Voter Id, Ration Card, Driving License, Passport, etc.

Ques. Is there any limit on the number of attempts to appear for NEET?

Ans. There is no capping on the number of attempts.

Ques. Are there any changes in the syllabus of NEET UG 2019 compared to NEET UG 2018?

Ans. No, the syllabus is the same for the current year as well.

Ans. Voter Id, Ration Card, Driving License, Passport, etc.

Ques. Is there any limit on the number of attempts to appear for NEET?

Ans. There is no capping on the number of attempts.

Ques. Are there any changes in the syllabus of NEET UG 2019 compared to NEET UG 2018?

Ans. No, the syllabus is the same for the current year as well.

NEET 2019 Important Dates

Events Dates
Online submission of application forms November 1 – November 30, 2018
Admit Card release date April 15, 2019
Exam Date May 5, 2019
Declaration of results June 5, 2019

NEET Syllabus 2019

The syllabus of NEET 2019 will consist of Biology, Physics, and Chemistry, unless is altered by the NTA. The syllabus is usually based on the NCERT curriculum with an almost equal distribution of questions from Class 11 and 12. The syllabus currently covered in the NCERT curriculum that is relevant for NEET 2019 has been given below:

Physics

Class 11
Unit Topic/Chapters
I Physical world and measurement
Chapter-1: Physical World
Chapter-2: Units and Measurements
II Kinematics
Chapter-3: Motion in a Straight Line
Chapter-4: Motion in a Plane
III Laws of Motion
Chapter-5: Laws of Motion
IV Work, Energy and Power
Chapter-6: Work, Energy and Power
V Motion of System of Particles and Rigid Body
Chapter-7: System of Particles and Rotational Motion
VI Gravitation
Chapter-8: Gravitation
VII Properties of Bulk Matter
Chapter-9: Mechanical Properties of Solids
Chapter-10: Mechanical Properties of Fluids
Chapter-11: Thermal Properties of Matter
VIII Thermodynamics
Chapter-12: Thermodynamics
IX Behaviour of Perfect Gas and Kinetic Theory
Chapter-13: Kinetic Theory
X Oscillation & Waves
Chapter-14: Oscillations
Chapter-15: Waves
Class 12
Unit Topic/Chapters
I Electrostatics
Chapter-1: Electric Charges and Fields
Chapter-2: Electrostatic Potential and Capacitance
II Current Electricity
Chapter-3: Current Electricity
III Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism
Chapter-4: Moving Charges and Magnetism
Chapter-5: Magnetism and Matter
IV Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current
Chapter-6: Electromagnetic Induction
Chapter-7: Alternating Current
V Electromagnetic Waves
Chapter-8: Electromagnetic Waves
VI Optics
Chapter-9: Ray Optics and Optical Instruments
Chapter-10: Wave Optics
VII Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation
Chapter-11: Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter
VIII Atoms & Nuclei
Chapter-12: Atoms
Chapter-13: Nuclei
IX Electronic Devices
Chapter-14: Semiconductor Electronics

Chemistry

Class 11
Unit Topic/Chapters
I Basic Concepts of Chemistry
II Structure of Atom
III Classification of Elements & Periodicity in Properties
IV Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure
V States of Matter: Gases and Liquids
VI Thermodynamics
VII Equilibrium
VIII Redox Reactions
IX Hydrogen
X s-Block Elements
XI Some p-Block Elements
XII Organic Chemistry: Basic Principles & Techniques
XIII Hydrocarbons
XIV Environmental Chemistry
Class 12
Unit Topic/Chapters
I Solid State
II Solutions
III Electrochemistry
IV Chemical Kinetics
V Surface Chemistry
VI Isolation of Elements
VII p-Block Elements
VIII d- and f-Block Elements
IX Coordination Compounds
X Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
XI Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers
XII Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids
XIII Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen
XIV Biomolecules
XV Polymers
XVI Chemistry in Everyday Life

Biology

Class 11
Unit Topic/Chapters
I Diversity of Living Organisms
Chapter-1: The Living World
Chapter-2: Biological Classification
Chapter-3: Plant Kingdom
Chapter-4: Animal Kingdom
II Structural Organisation in Plants & Animals
Chapter-5: Morphology of Flowering Plants
Chapter-6: Anatomy of Flowering Plants
Chapter-7: Structural Organisation in Animals
III Cell: Structure and Function
Chapter-8: Cell-The Unit of Life
Chapter-9: Biomolecules
Chapter-10: Cell Cycle and Cell Division
IV Plant Physiology
Chapter-11: Transport in Plants
Chapter-12: Mineral Nutrition
Chapter-13: Photosynthesis in Higher Plants
Chapter-14: Respiration in Plants
Chapter-15: Plant – Growth and Development
V Human Physiology
Chapter-16: Digestion and Absorption
Chapter-17: Breathing and Exchange of Gases
Chapter-18: Body Fluids and Circulation
Chapter-19: Excretory Products and Their Elimination
Chapter-20: Locomotion and Movement
Chapter-21: Neural Control and Coordination
Chapter-22: Chemical Coordination and Integration
Class 12
Unit Topic/Chapters
VI Reproduction
Chapter-1: Reproduction in Organisms
Chapter-2: Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants
Chapter-3: Human Reproduction
Chapter-4: Reproductive Health
VII Genetics and Evolution
Chapter-5: Principles of Inheritance and Variation
Chapter-6: Molecular Basis of Inheritance
Chapter-7: Evolution
VIII Biology and Human Welfare
Chapter-8: Human Health and Diseases
Chapter-9: Strategies for Enhancement in Food Production
Chapter-10: Microbes in Human Welfare
IX Biotechnology and its Applications
Chapter-11: Biotechnology – Principles and Processes
Chapter-12: Biotechnology and its Application
X Ecology and Environment
Chapter-13: Organisms and Populations
Chapter-14: Ecosystem
Chapter-15: Biodiversity and its Conservation
Chapter-16: Environmental Issues

NEET 2019 Latest News and Updates:

 September 26, 2018 – Aadhaar Card not mandatory for NEET registrations

Ruling on the batch of petitions that challenged the constitutional validity of Aadhaar, the Supreme Court of India ordered that It is not mandatory to use Aadhaar card for NEET registrations. Besides that candidates can also register through any other valid Government identity proofs such as Passports, Voter IDs, Ration Cards and Bank pass books.

August 25, 2018 – Students with ‘low vision’ can appear for NEET 

The Supreme Court of India allowed candidates with ‘low vision’ to pursue MBBS course. Such aspirants need to appear and qualify in NEET 2019. The order passed on August 25, will allow MBBS aspirants suffering from various forms of visual impairment to avail the 5% admission reservation for persons with disability through the Right of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016.

August 21, 2018 – NEET 2019 to be held in offline mode

NTA released the schedule and date of NEET 2019 on August 21, 2018. Along with that, MHRD confirmed that National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) will be conducted in offline mode in a single session. This means, NEET will be held once in a year. However, the exam pattern and types of questions will be same as the previous year.

NEET 2019 Latest Updates and Changes

With the change in the conducting authority of NEET 2019, it was obvious for the mode, syllabus, exam pattern, session and many other changes to happen. For a better clarity of candidates, here we brings the latest changes of NEET 2019.

NEET no more conducted by CBSE: As per the press released passed on July 7, 2018, CBSE will not be conducting authority of NEET UG 2019. In spite of that, NTA will be responsible for all the events of entrance examination from release of application form, issuance of admit card, conducting the NTA NEET, declaration of result and preparing the merit list for 15% All India Quota candidates.

Change of NEET 2019 exam mode: Along with that press released, it also announced that NEET will be conducted in computer based mode. It was decided that candidates who would have had to appear for the exam, where they would have been assigned computers. Later, with the announcement of NEET schedule on August 21, the decision of conducting the exam in online mode was debarred. Now, it has been finalized that NEET will be held in offline mode across India.

What is National Testing Agency (NTA)?

The Union Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on November 10, 2017, approved the proposal of creating NTA. In an effort to relieve CBSE, AICTE and other authorities, the proposal was accepted ti bring high reliability, standardized and difficulty level for assessing the aptitude, intelligence and problem solving

issued in the candidates. The NTA was given a one-time grant of Rs. 25 crores from the central government to start its operation in the initial year and later on it is to be financially self-sustainable.

Final Changes in NEET 2019

In conclusion with the NEET latest news and updates 2019, the final changes that are being implemented now are mentioned below:

  • NEET 2019 will be held in offline mode in single session.
  • Candidates with vision impairment can also apply for the national level medical entrance examination.
  • Aspirants who wish to pursue MBBS course outside India will be required to appear and qualify in NEET.
  • Candidates with Biology as an additional subject and NIOS students can also apply for the medical entrance test.

 

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