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NEET UG 2020 Registration Ends Today

NEET UG 2020 Registration Ends Today

NEET UG 2020 Registration Ends Today

NEET fever starts for 2020, with today being the last day for its online registration. Though today January 6, 11:50 PM is the last chance for submitting the online applications, until January 7, 11:50 PM, final fee transactions can be done. TN Government swiftly took action against NEET by filing a petition two days ago in Supreme Court.

Unlike in previous years, there is no option for offline application. All the applicants have to submit their applications online. The registration process started on December 2 and was to end on December 31. But the time was extended up to January 6, which is ending with today. But only for students from the Kashmir and Leh can submit their applications offline also. It is because of the shutting internet there for the past nearly five months after the abrogation of Article 370.

NTA, or the National Testing Agency, is conducting the NEET exams for the second year now. They will be the governing body of all the exam process from registration to announcement of the NEET results. The NEET-UG exams are conducted for both the MBBS and BDS seats in all the government and private medical colleges across India.

Students can correct any mistakes in NEET registration done from January 15. It will be available until January 31, and the registration becomes final. The admit card will be available on the NTA website from March 27. The NEET exams will be conducted on May 3. The students have to write NEET on pen and paper-based mode. The all-important NEET results will be announced on June 4.

NEET, though, is a dream exam for students all over India to become doctors. It has become a playground of politics now. The Supreme Court has time and again confirmed it would not entertain any petition against NEET. Knowing all of it, the TN government on January 4 has, with all concern for the Tamil Nadu students has filed a petition to make NEET unconstitutional.

NEET UG 2020 Registration Ends Today