New Delhi: The Central Board of Secondary Examination (CBSE) has extended the deadline for candidates to revise their centres for national entrance exam for admission to medical colleges till March 31.
The board has also added another centre in Nanded (Maharashtra), taking the number of centres for National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET) to 104. The candidates who wish to revise their examination centres were granted a window from March 24-27. “Date of revising the options for centre cities has been extended till March 31, 2017. Nanded (Maharashtra) has also been added in the existing list of the examination cities,” CBSE said in a statement.
According to the CBSE, a record 11,35,104 candidates have registered for the exam, which is 41.42 per cent more than the previous year’s number.
In 2016, 8,02,594 aspirants had registered for the NEET. With the increase, the NEET and the JEE (Main) exams now have an equivalent number of cities as centres with the HRD Ministry earlier this week directing CBSE to have 23 more centres.
The single common entrance exam for admission to MBBS/BDS courses in Medical Council of India-/Dental Council of India- approved medical/dental colleges, will be held on May 7. It will be held in 10 languages Hindi, English, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Odia and Kannada.
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There are lot of students who could not get admission through NEET/Entrance Exam, as a backup plan they may opt for MBBS Abroad, For more details about MBBS Admission Abroad you may visit www.mbbsnow.com, in last few years number of students going abroad for medical education has increased. Most of the students are focussed on 5 years course which is available in Bangladesh, China, Kazakhstan and Caribbean countries (4.5/5.5 years duration) more details about MBBS in Bangladesh is available on www.mbbsfrombangladesh.com and for china more details are available on www.mbbsfromchina.in experts says it is always advisable to go abroad for medical education instead of dropping for more than 1 year. Keeping last few year’s issues (fraud, loot and other cases) and problems in mind, experts does not suggest admission through donation or management quota.