Supreme court decision regarding question in Physics, alleging translation error

The Supreme Court on 30/11/2021 dismissed a writ petition seeking deletion of a question in Physics, alleging translation error. The Centre informed the Supreme  court that a three-member panel constituted could not find any discrepancy in the question paper.

The bench of justices Chandrachud and Bopanna observed that as the question is from physics, the supreme court has to go with the panel's recommendation. "We would have looked more into it if it was a law paper. But least of all if its Physics. We have to draw the line. It would be beyond the remit of this court to indulge in this exercise. The panel of experts has submitted their opinion. We are unable to interfere. We dismiss it," the bench observed.

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that the 3 experts panel  found no discrepancy in the alleged question in physics. "The answer is the same whether for the English paper or for Hindi paper," SG informed to the supreme court.

Supreme Court final order - Case dismissed.

NEET UG Exam 2021 !! NTA agrees to examine alleged error In Hindi translation of Physics question

National Testing Agency agreed before the Supreme Court on today to examine the alleged error in the Hind translation of a physics question in the NEET Exam 2021.

Supreme Court ordered to NTA that the question will be evaluated again by a panel of three experts.

Accordingly, the bench adjourned the hearing to next Tuesday, 30 November 2021.

Supreme Court decision date - 25 Nov 2021.


NTA likely to withhold results of 25 candidates

The district police has shot a letter to the NTA requesting it to withhold the results of 25 candidates who took the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET), following revelations that they were in touch with the solvers’ gang busted in September 2021.

The Commissioner of Police,Varanasi has shared a detailed candidate profile for all 25 students who were under suspicion of having contacts with a solvers gang who might have helped them cheat in the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET)  exam 2021. However, as of now the investigation is underway and therefore National testing agency has been asked to withhold results for these 25 candidates.



Supreme Court decision on NEET result 2021

 Supreme Court decision on NEET result 2021

We will decide what happens to the two students upon reopening. In the meanwhile we issue notice and file a counter. But we cannot hold the results of 16 lakh students. In the mean while consider if 130 marks appeared can be considered as 200 marks.

We stay the HC judgment. NTA can announce NEET result 2021.

NEET 2021 Application form correction window again started

NTA is again opening the window for filling up of Second set of Information particulars of the First and Second Phase of Online Application Form for NEET (UG) 2021.  Fields for correction/editing are

 i. Gender 

ii. Nationality 

iii. e-mail address 

iv. Category 

v. Sub-category 

vi. Fields of second phase 

From - 21 October (Thursday) to 26 October 2021 (Tuesday) upto 11:50 p.m. 

The interested candidates may avail this facility as the Last and Final opportunity for were filled in the First and second phase of the 2021. Candidates who have done one-time corrections  In case any candidate faces difficulty in making corrections of the Online Application Form of 2021, he/she can contact on 011-40759000 or e-mail at neet@nta.ac.in to keep visiting the NTA website(s) www.nta.ac.in for the latest updates. 

NEET 2021 Answer key OMR sheet and response sheet released

 NEET 2021 Answer key OMR sheet and response sheet released

The National Testing Agency has uploaded the Provisional Answer Keys and Recorded Responses as well as Scanned Images of OMR Answer Sheets of NEET (UG) – 2021 on the official Website https://neet.nta.nic.in/, for interested candidates to challenge. 

The details of the same are as follows: 

Challenges (if any) to Provisional Answer Key fees ₹ 1000/- per Answer challenged 

Last date - 17 October 2021 (Sunday) upto 09:00 P.M. for Challenges (if any)

Recorded Response(s) obtained from OMR Answer Sheet ₹ 200/- per Question challenged 

The payment of the processing fee may be made through, Debit Card/Credit Card/Net Banking/Paytm upto17 October 2021 (upto 10:00 P.M.).

Procedure for Challenge of Answer Key 

1. Please go to website https://neet.nta.nic.in/ 

2. Login with your Application Number and Date of Birth and enter Security Pin as displayed and Submit. 

3. You will see the following Questions are in sequential order: NEET (UG) – 2021 50+50+50+50 Questions Physics/Chemistry/Botany/Zoology 

4. The number next to the Question under the column ‘Correct Option’ stands for the most appropriate Answer Key to be used by the NTA. 

5. If you wish to challenge this option, you may use anyone or more of the Options given in the next four columns by clicking the check box 

 6. You may want to upload supporting documents in which you can select ‘Choose File’ and upload (all documents to be put in a single pdf file). 

7.After clicking your desired option, ‘Save your Claim’ and move to the next screen. 

8. You will see a screen displaying your challenges. 

9. Click on ‘Save your Claim and Pay Fee Finally’. 

10. Select Mode of Payment and Pay a processing fee @ ₹1000/- for each question challenged. Make payment through Debit/Credit Card/Net Banking/Paytm. 

11. After successful payment, download/print the Answer Key challenge receipt. 

Procedure for Challenge of OMR Answer Sheet Grading and Recorded Responses 

1. Please go to the website https://neet.nta.nic.in/. 

2. Login with your Application Number and Date of Birth and enter Security Pin as displayed and Submit. 

3. Select the “OMR Challenge” in the left pane. 

 4. Click on the OMR Challenge Link. 

 5. You will see the following Questions are in sequential order: 

6. Select Question(s) for which you wish to challenge the Recorded Response. 

 7. The number next to the Question under the column ‘Captured Response as per OMR Sheet’ stands for the option opted by the Candidates in the OMR Answer Sheets. 

8. Once you select any Question for Challenge, you will see three options under the column ‘Candidate’s Claim’. 

9. If you wish to challenge this option, you may use the Options given in the ‘Candidate’s Claim’ column. 

 10. After clicking your desired option, scroll down, ‘Submit’, and move to the next screen. 

 11. You will see a screen displaying your challenges. 

12. Click on ‘Submit' and Pay Fee Finally’. 

13. Select Mode of Payment and Pay a processing fee @ ₹ 200/- for each question/grade challenged. Make payment through Debit/Credit Card/Net Banking/Paytm. 

14. After successful payment, download/print the Answer Key challenge receipt.

NEET Application Form phase 2 registration

The National Testing Agency is now providing the last and final opportunity for the candidates to correct/modify the particulars of the First and Second Phase of Application Form for NEET (UG) – 2021. The schedule for the correction will be as follows:

Correction/editing Date Extended up to 13 October 2021 (Wednesday) upto 11:50 p.m. 

The interested candidates may avail this facility as the Last and Final opportunity for correcting their particulars which were filled in the First and Second phase of the Online Application Form of NEET (UG) – 2021. 

The Candidates are strongly advised to check, cross-check, and verify their registered e-mail address and ensure that it is their own e-mail address only as NTA will be sending the scanned copy of the OMR Answer Sheet and Scorecard to the registered e-mail address. 

The above information collected from NTA website - www.neet.nta.nic.in

NEET 2021 Second Phase and Correction in First Phase of Online Application Form

National Testing Agency is now opening the window for filling up the particulars of the Second Phase of Online Application Form for NEET 2021. All candidates who have successfully registered and paid the Examination Fee Online shall fill up the Second set of information of the Application Form of NEET  2021. The schedule for the filling up of the second phase will be as follows: 

Starting Date  - 01 October 2021 2021 (Friday) 

Last Date - 10 October 2021 (Sunday) upto 11:50 p.m. 

The Interested candidates may edit the fields of the First Phase i.e. Gender, Nationality, Category, and Educational details for XII during this period. The Candidates may please note that they do not have to pay any additional Fee for filling in the Second set of information and not required upload of any documents.

In the absence of filling up of the information of the Second Phase, his/her candidature will be cancelled. It is reiterated that this facility is only accessible for the Candidates who have already registered and paid the Examination Fee online. In case any candidate faces difficulty in filling up the Second set of information of the Online Application Form of NEET (UG) – 2021, he/she can contact on 011-40759000 or e-mail at neet@nta.ac.in.

Step by step process for filling up the application form phase 2 is available our youtube channel - Chopra Education

Step by step process video link - Click here

Very good news !! Rajasthan to get 4 new Government Medical Colleges

4 New Government Medical Colleges in districts of Sirohi, Banswara, Dausa and Hanumangarh

The state of Rajasthan will soon have 4 new government medical colleges in the districts of Sirohi, Banswara, Dausa and Hanumangarh. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for four new medical colleges on 30 Sept 2021.

These Medical College have bee sanctioned under the centrally sponsored scheme for establishment of new medical colleges attaced with district/referral hospitals.

3 new medical colleges likely starting from next year

Construction of three new government medical colleges in Sri Ganganagar, Chittorgarh and Dholpur are under progress. Efforts were also underway to start MBBS course in these Government Medical Colleges from the next session i.e 2022.

AFMC Information bulletin released for MBBS admission 2021

 Information about the Institute

Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) Pune is a premier medical institute of India. AFMC Pune is affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik and is recognized by the National Medical Commission (NMC).

Age criteria

The candidate should have attained the age of 17 years on 31 Dec 2021 but must not have attained the age of 24 years on that date i.e. must have been born not earlier than 01 January 1998 and not later than 31 December 2004.

Note - Candidates from Union Territories of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh are also eligible for admission to AFMC Pune.

Academic Qualifications 

Candidates must have passed one of the qualifying examinations listed at sub-para (a) to (j) below in the first attempt with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken simultaneously and securing not less than 60% of the aggregate marks in these three science subjects taken together and not less than 50% marks in English and 50% marks in each of the science subjects. They must have also passed an examination in Mathematics of the tenth standard. 

Number of Seats  

Total of 145 medical cadets (115 boys & 30 girls) will be admitted for the year 2021. In addition to the above 145 seats, Govt of India at its discretion through Ministry of External Affairs & Ministry of Defence may sponsor and select five (05) NEET(UG) qualified foreign students from friendly foreign countries for MBBS training in AFMC, under their aid / collaboration programmes. 

Reservation 

Ten seats out of 145 are reserved for candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes (SC/ST).

How to Apply?

After the last date of registration, list of candidates who have applied for AFMC, Pune will be provided by DGHS. The NEET Roll No. of the candidates who are shortlisted for the screening at AFMC, Pune based on merit will be displayed on the website. Approximately 1600 candidates (1150 boys and 450 girls) will be called for the screening by AFMC. The exact schedule of the screening at AFMC, Pune along with the details of the shortlisted candidates will be available on the website: www.afmcdg1d.gov.in /www.mcc.nic.in. 

Procedure for Selection

The shortlisted candidates will be called for Test of English Language, Comprehension, Logic and Reasoning (ToELR), Psychological Assessment Test (PAT), Interview and Medical Examination at AFMC, Pune.

Test of English Language Comprehension, Logic and Reasoning (ToELR) will be in the form of Computer Based Test (CBT) consisting of 40 MCQs of 2.0 marks each amounting to a maximum of 80 marks and will be held at AFMC, Pune. There will be negative marks of 0.5 for every incorrect answer. These 40 questions will be required to be answered in 30 minutes. The marks obtained in ToELR will be added to NEET UG -2021 score (max of 720) to get a score out of 800. This will be divided by 4 to get the written examination score out of 200. The interview will consist of 50 marks. The final merit will be based on the final score thus obtained (Written examination score + Interview marks). PAT is a qualifying examination and PAT score will not be considered for preparing final merit list.

Bond

At the time of admission parents/guardians of the candidates are required to sign a bond agreement for Rs 61,00,000/- (Rupees Sixty One Lakhs only). Any candidate withdrawing from the college after 7 days of admission [after 1600hrs (4PM)] will have to pay Bond Money as per existing rules. Removal from Service Liability

Medical Examination

All candidates will be subjected to medical examination as per the requirement of the Armed Forces and as per the laid down standards. 

KMC Manipal, Mangalore and Tata Manipal Fees Structure for the year 2021

 

General Course fees for Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) Course 

Duration (in years) - 4 Years

I Installment Fee ( ) -  Rs. 17,70,000 Caution Deposit (Refundable) - Rs. 10,000

1st Installment Total  - Rs. 17,80,000   IInd  Installment Fee -  Rs. 17,70,000

IIIrd Installment Fee - Rs. 17,70,000

IVth Installment Fee - Rs.17,68,500

 2021-22 Batch Total Fee - Rs.70,88,500

2021 Foreign / NRI Category Course Fees   

I.   Installment Fee (US $) - 57,400    Caution Deposit (US $) (Refundable) - 200

 Ist.   Installment Total (US $) -57,600    IInd.   Installment Fee (US $)  - 57,400

IIIrd. Installment Fee (US $) - 57,400   IV. Installment Fee (US $) - 57,300

 2021-22 Batch Total Fee (US $)  - 2,29,700

2021 Hostel Fee & Other Details    

MBBS, BDS, B Pharm, BScBiotechnology, UG Pharm & AH Hostel (Non-AC)

Type of Accommodation  - Double Attached

Annual Hostel Facilities Fee - Rs. 32,000  Hostel Deposit Rs. 7,500

Annual Utility Advance  Rs. 33,000 Annual Mess Advance  - 46,000

 Total Amount - Rs.1,18,500

NRI Hostel Fees 2021

Type of Accommodation -  Single Attached AC

Annual Hostel Facilities Fee (US $) - 1,200

Hostel Deposit (US $) - 250

Annual Utility Advance (US $) - 750

Annual Mess Advance (US $) - 700

Total Amount (US $) - 2900


NEET EXAM 2021 ADMIT CARD RELEASED

 National Testing Agency is conducting the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test
(UG) 2021 at different centres located in 202 cities throughout the country and abroad
on 12 September 2021 (Sunday) from 02:00 to 05:00 p.m. in Pen and Paper mode.

The candidates are required to download their Admit Card of NEET (UG) - 2021 (using
their Application No. and Date of Birth) along with the Undertaking from the website
https://neet.nta.nic.in/ w.e.f. 06 September 2021 (Monday) and go through the
instructions contained therein as well as in the Information Bulletin.

The candidates are advised to carefully read the Subject-Specific Instructions and other
instructions mentioned in the Question paper and abide by the same.

A sample OMR Answer Sheet along with the instructions on How to fill in OMR
Answer Sheet is already uploaded on the website https://neet.nta.nic.in/. The
candidates are advised to carefully read the Instructions on How to fill in OMR Answer
Sheet.

In case any candidate faces difficulty in downloading the Admit Card for NEET (UG)
2021 along with Undertaking, he/she can contact on 011-40759000 or e-mail at
neet@nta.ac.in.

The candidates may note that the Admit Card will not be sent by post.
Admit Cards have been withheld in case of Candidates who have filled in multiple
Application forms. They are advised to contact NTA at neet@nta.ac.in.

The candidates and their parents are advised to keep visiting the NTA website(s)
www.nta.ac.in and https://neet.nta.nic.in/ for the latest updates.


NEET 2021: Steps to download

Step 1: Visit ntaneet.nic.in

Step 2: Click on the download admit card link

Step 3: Login using application number and date of birth

Step 4: Admit card available, download it.


 All India Quota

There are 5649 MBBS seats reserved for 15% All India Quota in total 244 Government Medical Colleges except Jammu and Kashmir in India.

Category wise reservation as under :-

General – 40.50 %

OBC     - 27 %

EWS     - 10 %

SC        - 15 %

ST        - 7.50 %

Category wise seat for 15% All India Quota is as under :-


General - 2188 Seats

General PH - 105 Seats

OBC     - 1456 Seats

OBC PH - 68

EWS     - 562 Seats

SC        - 811 Seats

SC PH - 38 Seats

ST        - 402  Seats

ST PH - 19 Seats