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Posted on 3rd July, 2020 |
Posted By Vivek Wagh
As per the notification of the National Testing Agency dated 10-04-2020, NTA has postponed the NEET-UG 2020 entrance examination which was scheduled in the first week of May.
Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, the National Testing Agency has postponed the NEET-UG 2020 examination and probably the exam will be held in the last week of May. The examination boards and the concern ministries would evaluate the scenario of schedules when the situation would get back to the normal condition.
Schedule of issuing Admit cards which were held on 27th March 2020 will now be issued after evaluating the situation of COVID-19 after the 15th April 2020.
Well, the official notification has been published by the Union Cabinet Minister for the Human Resource department addressing the students not to worry about the NEET exam just focus on your studies meanwhile.
NTA has allowed the candidates to make form Correction in order to change the exam centers. The candidate can change the city options in the exam centers column.
NTA has officially announced that they have provided the form correction because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As per the news reports, thousands of students migrate from one city to another city in the last weeks with their families. In this situation, students found that whatever choices for exam centers they have filled are inconvenient and far away. So, on account of the student’s request, NTA has allowed them to fill the form and change the center.
In the 1st week of April, NTA has released 2 notices simultaneously addressing the students about postponing the exams & about the form correction.
Candidate needs to follow the below pattern for NEET-UG 2020 exam:
Distribution of marks and questions as follows
So, the actions were taken due to the spread of COVID-19 cases in Indian and all over the world. NTA will soon announce the further dates after the evaluation of this situation. Until students need to be prepared for the NEET exam instead of wasting time.
All the best!!
NEET-UG exam has postponed to last week of May and the notification for NEET admit cards would be declared after evaluating the COVID-19 epidemic after 15th April 2020.
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