One of the most competitive exams NEET 2019 (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) is scheduled to be held in the month of May 2019. Every candidate who has applied for the entrance exam must be busy in pouring over their textbooks and guides, referring to notes, and memorizing all the formulae. At this crucial time, you must be looking for some important preparation tips and strategies to crack the NEET 2019 exam. Dedicated practice and revision with improved accuracy are the major factors that can lead you to success. Not just attempting the questions but answering with improved accuracy is also important for the sure-shot success in NEET 2019. Further, adopting smart work techniques also help students in achieving their goals. To ace your preparation of the NEET exam, take a quick look at the important tips below: Tips to crack NEET 2019 Exam Follow Study Time Table: The best way to crack the NEET 2019, you must prepare the timetable as per your preparation. After the … [Read more...] about How to improve accuracy for NEET 2019 Exam?
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Live Law November 22, 2018 6:07 pm Change Font Size ‘Because of a mistake in translation which could have been detected and avoided by the students, we find it unjust that all the students across the board who took the examination in Tamil have been awarded four marks for all the 49 questions without any reference to the answer of those questions.’ The Supreme Court of India set aside a Madras High Court judgment that directed the Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) to award 196 marks to candidates who wrote this year National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) in Tamil. The bench comprising of Justice SA Bobde and Justice L. Nageswara Rao observed that knowledge of the subject in English was considered a requirement and the candidates could have detected and avoided mistranslation be referring to English questions. The High Court verdict had come as a relief for nearly 24,000 students … [Read more...] about SC Sets Aside Madras HC Order Awarding 196 Marks To Those Who Took NEET Exam In Tamil [Read Judgment]
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Apoorva Mandhani August 22, 2018 11:03 am Change Font Size In a big relief to several MBBS aspirants, the Delhi High Court has directed grant of admission to candidates who had passed Class XII with biology/biotechnology as an additional subject and had qualified in the NEET exams. The direction was issued by a Bench comprising Justice S. Ravindra Bhat and Justice AK Chawla while ruling that the regulations barring candidates with biology/biotechnology as an additional subject from appearing for NEET are arbitrary. It ruled, “Lack of any empirical study, supporting the MCI’s conclusion that those who qualify from regular scholastic study in the 10+2 exams with additional subjects of biology/biotechnology either at one go, or after a year, do so without laboratory experience, render Regulation 4 (2) (a) to that extent arbitrary. Juxtaposed with clauses (b) (of Regulation 4 (2) which talks of Intermediate … [Read more...] about MCI Regulations Barring Candidates With Biology As Additional Subject From Taking NEET Arbitrary: Delhi HC [Read Judgment]
National Testing Agency will give unique set of questions to each candidate in JEE, NEET exams from next year IT HAS LONG TERM BENEFITS 1. It sounds challenging, but this will help students in their future. Students will have to study their entire syllabus thoroughly and will have to stop relying on previous year question papers. This will strengthen their basics, which will strengthen the research sector in Medicine and Engineering. Naresh Kumar, Professor and Head Respiratory Medicine, Rama Medical College, Hapur. REDUCES THE AMOUNT OF OPPORTUNITY 2. With a unique set for each student, there will always be doubt among students that maybe one set was easier than the other, thus, leading to discord and feeling that s/he did not get an equal opportunity to perform. Though it has been assured that the difficulty level will remain same, but the perception among the student regarding the difficulty of paper cannot be changed. Siddahrth Sharma, JEE Aspirant STUDENTS WILL BECOME … [Read more...] about Every student to have a different question paper in JEE, NEET. Students have mixed reaction
CHENNAI: Union Human Resources Development Minister Prakash Javadekar today said students would not have to travel outside their state for appearing in NEET from next year as more centres would be set up based on the requirement. "Next year, students travelling to other parts of the country would not happen," he told reporters here. He was responding to questions on complaints about several students from Tamil Nadu being alloted centres outside the state for this year's national eligibility-cum-entrance test. The minister said this year the number of cities were increased to 150 from 107 in the previous years for the exam. "Now apart from those, any district which has more than 4,000 students will be made a centre. It will accommodate all students from that district and surrounding districts," he added. On reports about erroneous questions in the Tamil version of NEET exam, the Minister said he was not aware of it. However, he assured that steps, including engaging good … [Read more...] about Javadekar assures students will not have to travel outside home state for NEET next year