National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) from the year 2018 will be conducted twice from the month of December. NEET recently announced the result for 2018 exam in the month of June only and even has started with the counselling for the session 2018. Now the report has been there that, NEET will be held twice in a year for the Medical aspirants from 2018 onwards.
Although the first instalment of NEET 2018 exam has been held and even the result for the same has declared. Almost 6,34,897 students cleared the NEET Online Exam 2018, now have been attending the counselling session for the further admission process 2018.
NEET To be Conducted Twice a Year, starting from December 2018
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is conducted by CBSE every year for the aspirant of the medical field. But as per the reports of NEET to be 2 times a year online, it will be conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency). As ordered by the Union Cabinet Prime Minister, NTA will hold the exam of NEET for the second time in the month of December 2018. Now it has been out that the NTA is all set for the 2nd instalment of NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) for the year 2018.
National Testing Agency will begin with the process of NEET Exam 2018 for the second time in the first week of December for the academic year 2019. Although the question paper & other preparation will also be carried out by NTA only as per the order of Prime Minister.
The reason to conduct NEET Exam 2 times in a Year
Every year lakhs & lakhs of Medical aspirants appear for NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) & ht number has been increasing tremendously. The step towards to conduct NEET exam has been taken to reduce down the burden of students. From 2018 onwards, Medical aspirants can appear for the NEET Exam twice in a year for the academic session 2019.
Not only NEET, but Prime Minister has also approved to conduct JEE (Mains) twice in a year form 2018 onwards. For sure its a relaxing step for the Medical & Engineering aspirants. We wish all the luck to the student for their better future.