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NEET SS 2022 Exam Date
May 26, 2022 06:17 PM

NEET SS 2022 Exam Date to be Revised, New Dates Soon

NEET SS 2022 Exam Date: As per a notice released by the National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences on May 26, 2022, the dates for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Super Specialty courses (NEET SS) have been revised. Earlier, NEET SS 2022 was scheduled to be conducted on June 18 and June 19, 2022. The new schedule will soon be uploaded on the official website of the board, https://natboard.edu.in.

The official notification by the board reads, “In continuation of the NBEMS notice dated 01/11/2021, wherein the tentative schedule for the conduct of NEET SS 2022 is stated, all candidates interested in appearing for NEET SS 2022 are hereby advised that the dates for the conduct of NEET SS 2022 are being revised. The updated dates for the NEET SS 2022 examination will be announced in due time.”

Also Read: NEET SS 2022 Preparation Tips

NEET SS 2022 Exam Date

NEET SS 2022 Old Date

June 18, 2022 and June 19, 2022

NEET SS 2022 Revised Date

To be Announced Later

It must however be noted that the board has not given any reason for this revision of the dates. One reason that can be seen is NEET SS 2022 Exam Pattern issue. NEET SS case is to be heard by the Supreme Court of India tomorrow, on May 27, 2022. While some students favour the change in exam pattern, many candidates are against it. Although NEET SS 2022 candidates have not demanded postponement like NEET PG and UG aspirants, they demand clarity of the exam pattern of the test. For a detailed view on the NEET SS 2022 pattern change, read more here.

Candidates may download/check the notification for the revision of NEET SS 2022 Dates here:

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ATMA 2022 Documents Required on Exam Day
May 26, 2022 03:48 PM

ATMA 2022 Admit Card Released: Check Documents Required on Exam Day

ATMA 2022 Admit Card for the examination on May 29, 2022 has been released at the exam’s official website, https://atmaaims.com. The admit cards, along with the self-declaration form, were released on May 26, 2022. Candidates are required to print their admit cards and self-declaration forms before the exam day. To download both, candidates should log in to their atmaaims.com account using their PID and password. Furthermore, candidates shall choose the exam date as 29th May 2022 and fill in the captcha code as given.

Once the admit card has been downloaded, candidates shall check it for any discrepancy and if found, they must immediately report it to ATMA Secretariat at atma.secretariat@gmail.com. It must be noted that their exam date and PID must be mentioned in the email. All details on the admit card shall match the ones entered in the application form. Any error may cancel the candidature for the exam.

Along with the admit card, the following documents are to be required to be carried to the examination centre to be permitted to take the examination. Continue reading for more information.

Also Read: ATMA 2022 Admit Card Direct Link

ATMA 2022: Documents Required on Exam Day

As per the guidelines given by AIMS, the list of documents stated below is mandatory for the candidates to have on the exam day to be allowed to sit for ATMA 2022:

1. ATMA Admit Card 2022

The importance of the admit card on exam day is not to be stated separately. Any candidate without a physical copy of their admit card will be barred from giving the examination. Soft copy of the admit card will not be considered. The candidate must carry a printed/physical copy with them on the exam day. It shall be noted that ATMA 2022 Admit Card must only be printed on a white and unruled paper of A4 size.

2. ATMA Self-Declaration

The document downloaded along with the admit card must also be carried to the exam centre as a printed copy only. Soft copy of this will not be allowed as well.

3. ATMA Application Form 2022

A printout of the filled-out application form must be taken to the examination centre as well. As for the other documents, a soft copy will not be allowed. Candidates should print the form and keep it stapled in a sequence-wise manner.

4. Valid Government ID Proof

This will be required for the photo identification of the candidate. As the conducting body has not specifically mentioned if a printout or original ID will be required, it is advised that candidates carry both, original ID proof as well as a printout of the same. Any of the following mentioned documents can be used as a valid photo ID proof:

  • Aadhar Card
  • PAN Card
  • Voter Card
  • Driving Licence
  • Passport

Also Read: ATMA 2022 Sample/Previous Years Papers

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Best Books for NEET 2022 Recommended by Toppers
May 25, 2022 03:43 PM

Best Books for NEET 2022 Recommended by Toppers

Best Books for NEET 2022 Recommended by Toppers: The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, popularly known as NEET, is the most sought-after medical entrance examination in India with nearly 15 lakhs applicants appearing each year. With it being the only examination determining admission to medical and paramedical courses in India, the stakes for the applicants run very high. 

The syllabus for the NEET 2022 examination consists of a range of topics from Physics, Chemistry and Biology of 11th and 12th standards. While it is no hidden secret that knowing the topics covered in NCERT of Classes 11 and 12 is the biggest advantage, one cannot brush aside the importance of studying the topics from a select few books suggested by NEET toppers and experts. Curated in this article are the best books for NEET 2022 exam recommended by toppers and experts.

NEET 2022 Highlights

Before we dive into the syllabus and topic-wise books recommended by NEET toppers, check the highlights of the NEET exam below:

Parameters

Details

Exam Name

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET)

Conducting Body

National Testing Agency (NTA)

Mode of Exam

Offline

Duration of Exam

3 hours and 20 minutes

Total Number of Questions

200 questions out of which 180 questions need to be attempted

Marks Allotted to Each Question

4 marks

Maximum Marks

720 marks

Negative Marking

- 1 mark for the wrong answer

0 for unattempted answers

Courses Offered

MBBS, BDS, and AYUSH courses

 

NEET 2022 Question Pattern and Marks Distribution

The pattern of NEET UG exam paper and marks distribution are explained in the table below:

Subject

Section

Total No. of Questions

No. of Questions to be Answered

Total Marks

Physics

Section A

35

35

140

Section B

15

10

40

Chemistry

Section A

35

35

140

Section B

15

10

40

Botany

Section A

35

35

NEET 2022 Application Form Correction Begins: Last date, instructions
May 25, 2022 09:51 AM

NEET 2022 Application Form Correction Begins: Last date, instructions

NEET 2022 Application Form Correction window is now open. NTA is providing a one-time opportunity for all its registered candidates to make changes to their application forms. Candidates who have successfully completed the application process will only be eligible to access the correction window. Also, candidates must note that a few particulars may only be allowed to edit or modify. The NTA advises all its candidates to log in to the portal and verify the details on the application form and make any modifications if necessary. Later, any requests for changes will not be entertained by the authorities.  

NEET 2022 Application Form Correction Dates

All the candidates appearing for NEET 2022 can take note of the following dates:

Events

Dates

Opening of NEET 2022 Application Form Correction Window

May 24, 2022 (Ongoing)

Closing of NEET 2022 Application Form Correction Window

May 27, 2022 (9:00 pm)

NEET 2022 Exam Date

July 17, 2022

Also Read: NEET PG 2022 Result Date

NEET 2022 Application Form Correction: Instructions

Only a few selected particulars in the application form can be edited/modified. Candidates must ensure that they carefully check all the details mentioned in the application form and make all the necessary corrections if allowed. Here are the details of what candidates will be allowed to edit in the NEET 2022 Application Form Correction:

  • All the details will be available for modification, except for Mobile No, Email Address, Permanent Address, Correspondence Address, and Nationality of the candidate.
  • For the candidates whose Aadhar is verified, fields mentioning the Name of the candidate, Date of Birth, and Gender, which are verified cannot be edited. If the details are not verified, candidates can modify these details as well.
  • Candidates' Father’s Name or Mother’s Name can be edited if the Aadhar is verified. However, only one of them will be allowed, and not both.
  • Also, for Aadhar verified candidates, either the name of the parents can be edited or the uploaded photograph or signature. Both the changes will not be allowed.
  • Further, candidates can either change their category or re-upload their category certificates and not both. Similarly for Sub-Category (PwD) candidates can either change their category or re-upload their documents. 
  • Unverified Aadhar candidates will be allowed to modify the Name of the Candidate or Father’s Name or Mother’s Name (any one). Again, either these may be changed or the photograph or signature of the candidate. Any one will be allowed to change and not both. 

Note: For a few changes, an application fee may be charged. Candidates must pay the additional charges to complete the changes. Additional fees may be paid through Debit/Credit card, Net Banking/UPI/Paytm. 

Also Read: MBBS in Hindi: NMC rejects proposal, doctors say 'detrimental and irrelevant' to change curriculum language

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MBBS in Hindi
May 24, 2022 08:19 AM

MBBS in Hindi: NMC rejects proposal, doctors say 'detrimental and irrelevant' to change curriculum language

Uttarakhand Education Minister Dhan Singh Rawat has declared recently that the state would soon launch MBBS courses in Hindi in order to help Hindi-medium students to compete better with the English-medium educated medical students. This move has been greatly criticized by doctors and the National Medical Commission alike. 

Also Read: NEET PG 2022 expected cutoff: General, OBC, SC, ST 

The President of the Delhi Medical Council, Dr. Arun Kumar Gupta has given a public statement to the media outlets that since almost all medical books are published outside India, it is very difficult to teach medical courses in Hindi. Even if translations are done, it will be time consuming and ineffective in the long run. Moreover, the terminology is completely in English which makes it impossible to change the vocabulary of the MBBS books. It is also a pertinent fact to note that reputable research papers and journals are also published in English. 

AIIMS Rishikesh Professor Dr. Amit Gupta has also expressed severe concern regarding this unprecedented step. He says that when they were all students, the classes were conducted in English. Therefore, training professors in medical colleges in Hindi terminology will take a lot of time and exorbitant effort which is not viable for a course like MBBS. 

Moreover, MBBS graduates would not likely be able to get work in only the Hindi-speaking belt of India. There are also several graduates who aim to go outside India and pursue their further studies and research there. With Hindi as the mode of teaching and learning, prospects would be narrowed down to a great degree. 

“There are no standard medical books in the Hindi language. More importantly, the surgical and pharmacy sectors are completely based on English. It is a bitter truth that English is like carbonic anhydrase to medical education. One cannot learn medicine without the English language”, said Dr. Mohit Singh, resident doctor at Rajshree Medical Research Center, Bareilly. 

Also Read: NEET PG 2022 result date: Know when result is expected 

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