NEET 2017 UG online Application Form Exam Date

NEET 2017: UG Application Form Exam Date


NEET 2017 analysis: How to prepare for NEET 2017

Understanding NEET 2017:
Owing to its structural reforms, NEET provides students with better admission opportunities as compared to the erstwhile medical entrance AIPMT. Scrapping away the state level CETs, NEET comprises of a single exam-based approach for student selection from almost all states of India. There is an increased tally of the total number of seats with inclusion of 100 per cent seats from government as well as private institutions, which was earlier limited to 15 per cent seats of only government colleges in the former examination.
Thus, it is relatively easier to secure admission in a leading medical college but given the increased difficulty and competition level of the examination, you have to maintain a steady goal-oriented approach to achieve the same.
This year, the NEET exam was conducted in two phases: NEET Phase-I and NEET Phase-II. Both were primarily based on NCERT textbooks, though there were many topics beyond the traditional syllabus. The following is an analysis of individual subjects based on the NEET question paper:

NEET MBBS/ BDS Entrance Exam 2017 Notification

Name of the organization Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) New Delhi
Entrance Examination NEET-2017
Courses offered MBBS/ BDS
Mode of Entrance Exam Online/ Offline Mode
Entrance Exam Type National Level
Admission Process Step1: Fill Online NEET-2017 Form
Step2: Entrance Exam MBBS BDS
Step3: Score Card/ Result
Step4: State Wise/ College Wise Counselling
Step5: Merit/ Admission List

Eligibility Criteria

The Medical Council of India (MCI) has updated NEET-2017 Eligibility Criteria.
(a) The candidate must have passed Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology and English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks taken together in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology.
(b)  For SC, ST and OBC Candidate: The marks obtained in Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology taken in qualifying examination and competitive examination (Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-Technology) be 40% marks instead of 50% for General Candidates. The PWD persons with locomotor disability of lower limbs, the minimum of 45% marks for Gen-PH and 40% marks for SC-PH/ST-PH/OBC-PH are required.

Exam Pattern & Scheme of NEET 2017



हिन्‍दी की जानकारी हेतु >>>>>यहां कलिक करें

The Central Board of Secondary Education NEET-UG 2017 question paper consist of only ONE Objective Type Question Paper. There are total 180 objective type questions (four options with single correct answer) from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany & Zoology) to be answered on the specially designed machine-gradable sheet using Ball Point Pen only.
  • Question Papers (Language): All candidates has option of Language either in English or in Hindi.
  • Candidates seeking admission under 15% All India quota seats and in AFMC should appear in the examination either in English or Hindi only.
  • Candidates who have passed/appearing their class XII or equivalent qualifying examination from the State Boards of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal and seeking admission in the institutions located in the State concerned under State Quota seats only can opt for Question Paper in their respective Regional Language i.e. Telugu, Assamese, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil and Bengali.
  • Candidates seeking admission under State Quota seats of more than one State should appear in the examination either in English or Hindi only.
  • Candidates opting for English would be provided Test Booklet in English only and the candidates opting for other languages would be provided Test Booklet in English with translation in the language as per choice of the candidate.
  • Candidates opting for Question Paper in Regional languages should choose Centre Cities within the geographical limit of the State concerned.
  • Option of Question Paper should be exercised while filling in the application form and the option once exercised by candidates cannot be changed later.
In case of any ambiguity in translation of any of the questions, its English version shall be treated as final.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands  NEET-UG 2017
Andhra Pradesh  NEET-UG 2017
Arunachal Pradesh  NEET-UG 2017
Assam  NEET-UG 2017
Bihar  NEET-UG 2017
Chandigarh  NEET-UG 2017
Chhattisgarh  NEET-UG 2017
Delhi  NEET-UG 2017
Goa  NEET-UG 2017
Gujarat  NEET-UG 2017
Haryana  NEET-UG 2017
Himachal Pradesh  NEET-UG 2017
Jammu and Kashmir  NEET-UG 2017
Jharkhand  NEET-UG 2017
Karnataka  NEET-UG 2017
Kerala  NEET-UG 2017
Madhya Pradesh  NEET-UG 2017
Maharashtra  NEET-UG 2017
Manipur  NEET-UG 2017
Meghalaya  NEET-UG 2017
Mizoram  NEET-UG 2017
Nagaland  NEET-UG 2017
Odisha  NEET-UG 2017
Puducherry  NEET-UG 2017
Punjab  NEET-UG 2017
Rajasthan  NEET-UG 2017
Sikkim  NEET-UG 2017
Tamil Nadu  NEET-UG 2017
Telangana NEET-UG 2017
Tripura  NEET-UG 2017
Uttar Pradesh  NEET-UG 2017
Uttarakhand  NEET-UG 2017
West Bengal  NEET-UG 2017

Apply NEET-2017 Online Form

The candidate interested to fill NEET-2017 form must check or website. Our website shall update news of CBSE AIPMT 2017 in this page.
Log on to website
Download the NEET 2017 Bulletin/ Brochure and read all the point carefully.
Now go to the the “Apply NEET-2017” Link
(a)   Fill in the on-line application form Step-1 and note down the registration number/ application id from the official website.
(b)  The candidate have to Upload photograph, signature and Right Hand Index Finger impression in JPG format at Step-2 of the application. If you have problem in uploading/ Size etc. please comment below.
(c)   Make payment of fee through PayTM/ FreeCharge/ SBI Buddy/ Debit/Credit Card/ e-challan/Net Banking/e-wallet(CSC) in Step-3.
(d)  Take print out of Confirmation page(s) at Step-4 of online application format and preserve it for future reference along with copy of proof of fee deposited, if fee is deposited through e-challan/e-wallet (CSC) mode.
  1. CBSENEET.NIC.IN NEET 2017 Online Form
  2. CBSE NEET-UG 2017 Toll-Free (Helpline & Support)
  3. Medium of NEET UG 2017 Question Paper Language
  4. News & Updates CBSE NEET UG 2017 Notification &  Online Form
  5. Fill NEET-UG 2017 Form @CBSENEET.NIC.IN
  6. Maharashtra MUHS Nashik NEET-UG 2017 Apply Online
  7. or CBSENEET.NIC 2017 NEET UG Official Website
  8. Qualifying Score & Reservation NEET 2017
  9. List of Colleges Not Accepting NEET UG 2017 Score Card
  10. List of Documents Required (NEET-UG 2017) Reporting @Medical / Dental College

Important Dates

Check the latest NEET-2017 Online application form start date. The CBSE has issued Brochure of NEET-2017 MBBS/ BDS Entrance Exam 2017.

NEET-2017 Dates

Fees with Late Fees
Brochure Notification 19th 23rd 28th-Dec 2016
Apply Online Form NEET-2017 29 Dec 2016 to 29th Jan 2017 30 Jan 2017 to 7th Feb 2017
Correction Windows 9 Feb 2017 16 Feb 2017
FOR GENERAL/OBC Candidates Rs.1000/- Rs.2000/-(Rs.1000+Rs.1000)
FOR SC/ST/PH Candidate Rs.550/- Rs.1550/-(Rs.550+Rs.1000)
Download Admit Card 3rd Week of April 2016 1st May 2017
The physics section was observed to be quite lengthy and required extensive calculation. Concepts included were relatively tougher as compared to the previous years’ AIPMT question papers. Out of 45 questions, 22 were from Class 11 and 23 from Class 12. Though most of the concepts were well within the boundaries of NCERT syllabus, some questions demanded a multipronged approach that was not limited to the NCERT syllabus exclusively.
Chemistry section was comparatively easier and conventional. Numericals were quite simple and easy as they were formula-based. Despite that fact, there were some questions that were out of the syllabus of NCERT textbooks. Moreover, the question paper had an uneven question set and entirely missed some of the critical topics such as chemistry in everyday life, environmental chemistry, etc.
The questions were moderate in this section. The question paper gave equal weightage to Class 11 and Class 12 syllabus. For better and detailed learning, biology can be subdivided into botany and zoology while in previous year analysis botany got more importance over zoology. The difficulty level of questions had an equal blend of simple, average, and difficult problems. Some questions were beyond the NCERT syllabus.
1. Give equal weightage to each and every topic from Class 11 and Class 12 for your exam preparation
2. Though NCERT should be your primary focus area, do not limit your preparation approach to the NCERT syllabus. Make sure you prepare each and every topic of various subjects from NCERT as well as popular competitive reference books (ask your respective mentor to assist you regarding the same; there are plenty of options in the market).
3. Have a comprehensive strategy with well-defined short-term and long-term goals in your exam preparations. For example, topics to be done on weekly and monthly basis, in addition to the number of practice tests for various subjects and sub-topics to be taken on fortnightly and monthly basis.
4. Ensure that you keep syllabus completion targets and score achievement targets for your practice tests. Always try to push yourself further in order to reach your goals before the designated time.
5. As you delve further into any given topic, note down critical formulae that you encounter from each and every topic and pin them right in front of you. After covering the complete topic, attach them to a separate file folder for future reference and revision.
6. Make individual notes for each and every topic. Analyse the problem-solving techniques for various numericals and formulate a rough design to approach such questions. If there is more than one method to approach the same problem, make sure you practice both of them till you are adept. Devise a rough and quick method to reach solutions and revise these rough approach methods often.
7. Learn meditation, yoga or any other forms of relaxation techniques as it suits you. Such techniques have a stress relieving effect and also help you attain a higher degree of concentration.
8. Keep an honest account of your progress report. Revise each and every topic frequently. Practice topic-specific questions and update your progress report accordingly.
9. As the overall difficulty of the NEET question paper was higher than AIPMT 2015 question paper, it is advised to have a dedicated and thorough preparation for NEET 2017 examination with mock papers and paper of NEET 2016 examination.


G (undergraduate) courses at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh, Jawarharlal Institute of (PG) Postgraduate Medical Education & Research JIPMER are exempted from the NEET’s purview, as these institutes were founded under a separate laws.

Latest News on NEET Exam 2017

December – 24, 2016 – NEET Application Form 2017 to be out soon: check updates at official website
December 23, 2016 – NEET Application Form 2017 will be released till the end December 2016. Link for NEET 2017 form will be provided soon.
December 21, 2016 – Application form for NEET 2017 shall be available today on Last date to apply for the exam is 22nd January, 2017. The exam is going to held on 7th May, 2017.
December 16, 2016 – NEET 2017 to be held in 8 languages (Hindi, English, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil and Telugu), application forms to be released soon
December 15, 2016 – Filling application forms for NEET exam 2017 might require Aadhaar Card.

NEET UG 2017

NEET f0r Undergraduate is going to be organized for candidates seeking to get admission into BDS and MBBS programs. The exam is conducted by the CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education). Those who are interested can expect the application form to be released in the month of December 2016 and NEET MBBS Admission 2017 would mostly be organized in the month of May 2017.

NEET PG 2017

NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) for PG (Post Graduate) program is going to be conducted by NBE (National Board of Examinations) for candidates looking to get admission into MS/MD/PG Diploma Courses. The online registration for NEET PG would being in the month of September and the exam would be conducted in the month of December.



Its really great information,Thank you for sharing this information.
Keep it up More Post!!!
Neet Question Paper | E-Learning Portal in India


Post a Comment