It is that time of the year when children in India have graduated from school and are looking forward to the next major step in their life and career. Medicine is a most sought-after field and there are thousands of students like you, seeking a seat in a medical/dentistry college.
However, before you attain that coveted seat there is a major hurdle you have to cross - yes, it is the NEET.
Till a few years back, you had to write entrance exams for individual colleges and based on their cut off, you were allotted or denied a seat. This was causing great hardship to many students as often exam dates of different colleges would clash or the waiting time for decision would differ greatly leaving students in limbo and frustration. It was to avoid such hassles that the Government came up with the concept of NEET - the three-hour National Eligibility and Entrance Test for medicine and dentistry colleges, both private and government. It is governed by the NTA (National Testing Agency) andcontinue reading →