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CBSE has opened a one time correction window for all candidates to rectify any mistakes they may have made in their NEET 2017 online application form.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has provided one time correction opportunity for all the candidates who had successfully submitted the application form of NEET 2017. The last date for correction opportunity is March 12, 2017. Click here to know more.
NEET 2017 - CBSE says domicile of AP, Telangana, J&K will not lose candidature for state govt seats despite ‘Self Declaration’
Candidates who have mistakenly submitted the ‘Self Declaration’ while filling the NEET online application form 2017 will not lose their candidature for 100% seats in their states. Click here to know more.
NEET is the single entrance test for providing admissions to MBBS and BDS seats in the country, as per the Supreme Court’s directive. NEET 2017 online application has commenced from January 31, 2017. Check here for more detailed information about NEET 2017 Entrance Test.
CBSE has released the eligibility criteria of NEET 2017 on January 31, 2017. Candidates can check NEET 2017 eligibility including minimum and maximum age limit, number of attempts, marks percentage and academic qualification.
How to fill NEET Application Form 2017 provides an overview on stepwise procedure to fill NEET Application Form 2017 . Candidates are advised to read the instruction carefully before applying the application form of NEET 2017 application form. Click here to know the procedure.
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct NEET 2017 on May 7. The application for the national-level medical entrance exam began on Jan 31. The application will close on March 1, 2017.
A report by a national daily suggests that UGC has taken a decision to restrict the number of attempts in NEET to three. Here, we discuss whether UGC is even mandated to make such a decision and why such statements are further confusing students.