NEET & JEE to be held twice a Year from 2019

NEET & JEE to be held twice a Year from 2019: How it’s going to IMPACT?

Earlier this month, the Ministry of Human Resource Development, India has introduced a significant change in the national medical & engineering entrance exams – NEET & JEE. And, i.e., from 2019, NEET (UG) & JEE (MAIN) to be conducted twice by National Testing Agency, NTA – An autonomous and self-sustained premier testing organization for conducting all entrance examinations.

In a MOVE to benefit and give an adequate opportunity to Medical & Engineering aspirants, the ministry has taken this decision to revise the curriculum. The twice a year entrance examination model would help students to pace their studies and most importantly grab a chance to score higher, therefore bag a desirable sear in a premier institution or university. Likewise, it’s an additional opportunity to appear exams without wasting a complete year.

Any change in Exam Pattern or Syllabus?

No change to be seen in the exams’ syllabus, pattern and even the exam fee remains the same. Nevertheless, the exam method is commenced to be held computer-based only, and tests will be conducted in multiple sittings where the candidate can acquire an option to choose of dates.

How about the Tentative Schedule?

According to the tentative schedule, NEET (UG) will be held in February 2019 and May 2019. On the other hand, JEE (Main) will take place in January 2019 and April 2019 and UGC-NET is announced to be held in December 2018.

Exams to be more Secure & Leak-proof!

As the exam conducting procedure would be computer-based, enabled with international norms, it becomes more secure and the probability for leakage becomes minimal.

Who else are going to benefit from this decision?

Firstly, thousands of private engineering colleges in India who’ve been struggling to fill up their seats will get more admissions. Secondly, the coaching centers as aspirants may seek the best place to practice the latest exam patter and get a command on it.

Impact on Preparation

Every year, lakhs of aspirants appear for these NEET & JEE entrance examinations in the hope of getting placed in top medical and engineering colleges in our country. However, not everyone gets through ‘em and students accordingly drop one whole year to apply. But now, as it has become twice a year students may get time to pace their preparations, which is bound to benefit them immensely.

Tough Competition to be little loosen-up

The level of competition is always high in NEET & JEE, while aspirants compete fiercely with each other. Due to the latest call by Indian Ministry to conduct exams twice a year, the momentum of competition might slightly slashed down. However, it is unpredictable!

Final words…

On the whole, this ‘student-friendly’ move in all probability may lessen the student’s burden and certainly increase their chances to score TOP rank and aspired seat in renowned colleges or universities.

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