NEET, JEE MAIN Held Twice A Year 7 Important Things Every Student Should Know
As we know last week, Prakash Javadekar, the Union Minister for Human Resource Development, introduced vital changes to, however, the JEE (engineering) and NEET (medical) exams would be taken by students. The changes are expected to be enforced from 2019 i.e NEET, JEE MAIN Held Twice A Year. but all students should know about some of the important things.
Below are 7 things you need to know:-
- Students now have two chances for cracking JEE and NEET Exam. JEE Mains for IIT’s and NEET for Medical. the best of both scores will be accepted as the candidate’s final result although it is not compulsory for students to write both they can choose either one .
- Submission of online forms for JEE will start on September 1 and available till September 30. Examinations, meanwhile, will be held between January 6, 2019, and January 20 across eight different sittings, of which candidates can choose one. Results for the same will be declared in the first week of February. Meanwhile, the submission for online application forms for the second phases of JEE Mains can begin from the second week of Gregorian calendar month 2019. Exams, meanwhile, are going to be command between April 7, 2019, and April 21, 2019, once more across eight totally different sittings. Final results are going to be enter the first week of may 2019.
- Submission of on-line forms for NEET (UG) can begin from Oct one to Oct thirty one. Exams, meanwhile, will be held from February 3, 2019, to Jan 17, 2019, across eight totally different sittings. Candidates will another time opt for once to look among these dates. Results are go in the primary week of March 2019. For the second phases of NEET (UG), meanwhile, candidates can submit online application forms from the second week of May 2019. Examinations for the same will be held from May 12 to Ma6 26, 2019 once again across different sittings. Results will be out in the first week of June.
- All examinations are conducted in online mode only. consistent with a handout by the MHRD, ” of these examinations can use extremely secured IT code and encoding to make sure delivery of tests simply in time. this can guarantee no leakages and alternative malpractices.”
- There will be no changes to the question paper or syllabus.
- These examinations are going to be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), except the JEE Advanced Exam, which one as usual held by IIT’s.
- There is no increase in the exam fees that are currently being charged.