Hyderabad: Student writes to PM on neet woe

Hyderabad: An annoyed NEET aspirant who scored 400-480 out of 720 in NEET-2018 has written an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi explaining the hardships aspirants faced due to the NEET examination.

According to the aspirant, the main aim of the NEET was to ease mental and financial burden on medical aspirants and to prevent malpractices like capitation fees and to ensure merit remained the sole criterion for admissions. But none of these were followed alleged the aspirant.

Students who could not even make it to 150 out of 720 in the entrance were getting seats in private medical colleges and even in deemed universities across the country. Meritorious students, on the other hand, were losing government seats even due to one mark and were being forced to join private medical colleges.

“Students who are not deserving are getting admission with the power of money and what kind of doctors will they become in future? If they are not able to pay it, will their child end up sitting at home? There are numerous students like us who secured good marks in NEET, but are yet to get a seat in government medical colleges. Seats are a handful and aspirants are 13 to 14 lakh,” he said in the letter.

Source : deccanchronicle

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JEE MAIN 2019 | Application process to begin from September 1

The national level JEE Main Exam will  be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) twice a year. The examination was earlier conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). According to the NTA, the January session of the JEE Main  2019 will be conducted in eight sittings from 6-20 January.

The candidates who will appear for the examination must note that the applications for the same will open online on 1 September and the last date to submit the completed applications is 30 September.

The result will most likely be announced in the first week of February. However, these dates are tentative and there has been no official confirmation from the board. For appearing in the JEE Advanced exam 2019, candidates will have to qualify the JEE Main exam.

Some major changes in JEE Main 2019 are:

  1. Starting in 2019, JEE Main will be conducted by the NTA instead of Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)
  2. The JEE exam will be conducted in the online mode only
  3. The frequency of the exam has been increased from once to twice in a year and the exam will be conducted in January and April
  4. Each session will have 8 sittings, with candidates having the option to book their session (only one session allowed though)
  5. With the exam slated to go completely online, provisions are being made to ensure candidates get familiar to functionalities of the computer-based test through mock tests.

NTA will set up mock test centers across the country in August where candidates can go and practice during the weekends.

What is JEE

The Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) is the national level competitive test to shortlist engineering aspirants for admission to undergraduate engineering programmes offered across India. Earlier it was known as All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE). The JEE Mains Result is used to determine rank / score of an engineering aspirant on the basis of which admission is granted into National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), Centrally Funded Technical Institutes (CFTIs).

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JEE Main Registrations 2019 to begin from this date: Check eligibility criteria, important dates here

The National Testing Agency (NTA) will start the registration process for Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) 2019 from September first week on its official website, the link for which is nta.ac.in

EE (Main) to be held twice a year:

Last month, the Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Prakash Javadekar has announced that the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) and Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) will be conducted twice in a year from 2019.

Further, the examination will be held in online mode from next year.

JEE (Main) syllabus:

According to the minister, there will be no change in the syllabus of JEE Mains; neither will the exam cost more than what it does currently.

Also, the question papers each day will be different and may vary from candidate to candidate.

JEE Mains Exam Schedule for January and April 2019

January exam schedule:

Online submissions of application forms: September 1, 2018 to September 30, 2018

Examination dates: January 6, 2019, to January 20, 2019

April exam schedule:

Online submissions of application forms: Second week of Feb 2019

Examination dates: April 7, 2019, to April 21, 2019

Examination to use highly secured IT software:

  • These examinations will use highly secured IT software and encryption to ensure delivery of tests just in time. This will ensure no leakages and other malpractices
  • Moreover, NTA will establish a network of test practice centres for students of rural areas so that everyone will have an opportunity to practice before the exam. Schools/engineering colleges with computer centres would be identified and kept open on Saturday/Sunday starting from the third week of August. Any student can use the facility free of charge

Scheme of examination:

Paper 1 (BE/BTech) of JEE (Main) 2018: This will be conducted in two separate modes i.e. offline (Pen and Paper Based Examination) mode and online (Computer Based Examination) mode.

Paper 2 (BArch/BPlanning) of JEE (Main) 2018: This will be conducted only in pen and paper based examination mode.

Examination cities:

JEE (Main) 2019 will be conducted in major cities and towns of India as well as abroad.

Languages:

The papers will be conducted in English and Hindi mediums, except in Gujarat, Daman and Diu, and Dadra and Nagar Haveli where the paper will also be conducted in Gujarati.

Number of attempts:

The number of attempts which a candidate can avail at JEE (Main) shall be limited to three.

Selection procedure for admission to IIT:

All those candidates who have successfully cleared the JEE (Mains) will be eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced exam round. Students will be allotted colleges on the basis of these two written exams.

About JEE Main 2018:

The Joint Entrance Exam is conducted every year for candidates seeking admissions in Under Graduate Engineering programmes in the prestigious IITs, NITs, IIITs and various other CFTIs (Centrally Funded Technical Institutions) across the country.

Important dates:

Start of registration process: September 1

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JEE Main Exam 2019: Application form for January session to be available online from 1 September

The national-level JEE Main exam will now be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), which has taken over the reins from the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The exam will be conducted twice a year — in January and April, in the online mode only.

The January session of the JEE Main exam 2019 will be conducted in 8 sittings from 6-20 January. Applications for the same will open online on 1 September and the last date to submit the completed applications is 30 September. The result of the exam will be declared tentatively in the first week of February, and include details like marks obtained in the exam and the qualifying status of the aspirant as admission to institutes like NITs, IIITs, and CFTIs will be based on the JEE Main 2019 scores. Moreover, for appearing in the JEE Advanced exam 2019, candidates will have to first qualify the JEE Main exam.

Important dates of JEE Main 2019 – January

 Event  Dates
 Availability of Mock Test  August 2018
 Issue of Application form  1 September 2018
 Last date to submit completed applications  30 September 2018
 Entrance Exam  6-20 January 2019There will be a total of eight sittings, with candidates     having the flexibility to pick any one of them
 Declaration of Result  First week of February 2019


Note
: The schedule for other events like issue of admit cards, application correction window, availability of answer key and OMR sheets hasn’t been released by the NTA authorities yet.

What is new in JEE Main Exam 2019?

— Starting in 2019, JEE Main will be conducted by the NTA; earlier it was conducted by the CBSE

— The exam will now be no longer available in the offline mode, as it will be conducted in the online mode only

— In another key development, the frequency of the exam has been increased from once to twice in a year. The exam will be conducted in January and April

— Each session will have 8 sittings, with candidates having the option to book their session (only one session allowed though)

— With the exam slated to go completely online, provisions are being made to ensure candidates get familiar to functionalities of the computer-based test through mock tests. NTA will set up mock test centres across the country in August where candidates can go and practice during the weekends.

Qualifying marks in JEE Main Exam 2019 and its significance

The result of the JEE Main exam, in addition to the subject-wise and overall marks, will include another important detail – the qualifying marks for the exam and the qualifying status of the candidate. If the candidate scores above the stated qualifying marks, he/she will be deemed qualified and will be eligible to appear in the JEE Advanced Exam 2019 for admission to the IITs. The qualifying marks are not fixed, and decided only after evaluating the performance of candidates in the the JEE Main exam.

How to fill the application form of the JEE Main Exam 2019?

Before proceeding to fill the JEE Main application form 2019, it is important that the candidates refer to the prescribed eligibility criteria. Candidate who don’t meet the eligibility criteria will not be considered for admission even if they qualify the exam. Here is a brief on how to fill the application form of JEE Main 2019 – January session.

Steps to fill JEE Main 2019 application form

Step 1 – Registration: The candidate will have to get registered using details like their email id, mobile number, and Aadhaar number. In case of candidates belonging to regions where Aadhaar details are not available, they may use some other identification document for registration.

Step 2 – Fill  essential details: In the next step, fill in personal, academic and contact details. Also, verify the entered mobile number and email id.

Step 3 – Upload documents: Candidate have to upload photograph and signature (of both the candidates and their parents/guardian). The image specifications for the same are as follows:

 Document  File Size  Dimension  Format
 Photograph of Candidate ( Clearly mention your name and date   on which photo was taken)  4-40 KB  3.5 cm x 4.5 cm  JPEG/JPG
 Signature of Candidate  1-30 KB  3.5 cm x 1.5 cm  JPEG/JPG
 Signature of father, mother or guardian  1-30 KB  3.5 cm x 1.5 cm  JPEG/JPG


Step 4
 – Pay application fee: Both online and offline modes are available. To make offline payment, first download e-challan and then deposit the fees at a nearby Syndicate Bank/ICICI Bank/Canara Bank.

Application fee details:

 Paper  General/OBC  SC/ST/PWD
 JEE Main Paper I or Paper II   Rs 500 (Boys)Rs 250 (Girls)  Rs 250 (Boys)Rs 250 (Girls)
 Both Paper I and Paper II  Rs 1300 (Boys)Rs 650 (Girls)  Rs 650 (Boys)Rs 650 (Girls)


Step 5 – Slot booking:
 After paying the fees, the candidate has to book a slot from the available options. Please note, slots will be on offered first-come, first-served basis.
Step 6 – Take a printout of the acknowledgement page to complete the application submission process.

Declaration of Result and subsequent events 
The result of the JEE Main Exam 2019 – January will be declared tentatively in the first week of February. The result would include details like subject-wise and overall marks obtained by and the qualifying status of the candidate. However, it is not clear whether it will include the All India Rank (AIR) or not, which might be released alongside results for the April exam.Based on the result of the JEE Main Exam 2019, a merit list will be drawn to short-list candidates for counselling, which will take place in the second week of June.

Last year, there were seven seat-allotment rounds, and two mock allotment rounds were also conducted before the actual allotment rounds to enable candidates to fine-tune their choices. Allotment of seats will be based on both the rank of the candidate and the choices filled by him/her.

Source : firstpost.com

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JEE Main Exam 2019: Application form for January session to be available online from 1 September

The national-level JEE Main exam will now be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), which has taken over the reins from the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The exam will be conducted twice a year — in January and April, in the online mode only.

The January session of the JEE Main exam 2019 will be conducted in 8 sittings from 6-20 January. Applications for the same will open online on 1 September and the last date to submit the completed applications is 30 September. The result of the exam will be declared tentatively in the first week of February, and include details like marks obtained in the exam and the qualifying status of the aspirant as admission to institutes like NITs, IIITs, and CFTIs will be based on the JEE Main 2019 scores. Moreover, for appearing in the JEE Advanced exam 2019, candidates will have to first qualify the JEE Main exam.

Important dates of JEE Main 2019 – January

 Event  Dates
 Availability of Mock Test  August 2018
 Issue of Application form  1 September 2018
 Last date to submit completed applications  30 September 2018
 Entrance Exam  6-20 January 2019There will be a total of eight sittings, with candidates     having the flexibility to pick any one of them
 Declaration of Result  First week of February 2019


Note
: The schedule for other events like issue of admit cards, application correction window, availability of answer key and OMR sheets hasn’t been released by the NTA authorities yet.

What is new in JEE Main Exam 2019?

— Starting in 2019, JEE Main will be conducted by the NTA; earlier it was conducted by the CBSE

— The exam will now be no longer available in the offline mode, as it will be conducted in the online mode only

— In another key development, the frequency of the exam has been increased from once to twice in a year. The exam will be conducted in January and April

— Each session will have 8 sittings, with candidates having the option to book their session (only one session allowed though)

— With the exam slated to go completely online, provisions are being made to ensure candidates get familiar to functionalities of the computer-based test through mock tests. NTA will set up mock test centres across the country in August where candidates can go and practice during the weekends.

Qualifying marks in JEE Main Exam 2019 and its significance

The result of the JEE Main exam, in addition to the subject-wise and overall marks, will include another important detail – the qualifying marks for the exam and the qualifying status of the candidate. If the candidate scores above the stated qualifying marks, he/she will be deemed qualified and will be eligible to appear in the JEE Advanced Exam 2019 for admission to the IITs. The qualifying marks are not fixed, and decided only after evaluating the performance of candidates in the the JEE Main exam.

How to fill the application form of the JEE Main Exam 2019?

Before proceeding to fill the JEE Main application form 2019, it is important that the candidates refer to the prescribed eligibility criteria. Candidate who don’t meet the eligibility criteria will not be considered for admission even if they qualify the exam. Here is a brief on how to fill the application form of JEE Main 2019 – January session.

Steps to fill JEE Main 2019 application form

Step 1 – Registration: The candidate will have to get registered using details like their email id, mobile number, and Aadhaar number. In case of candidates belonging to regions where Aadhaar details are not available, they may use some other identification document for registration.

Step 2 – Fill  essential details: In the next step, fill in personal, academic and contact details. Also, verify the entered mobile number and email id.

Step 3 – Upload documents: Candidate have to upload photograph and signature (of both the candidates and their parents/guardian). The image specifications for the same are as follows:

 Document  File Size  Dimension  Format
 Photograph of Candidate ( Clearly mention your name and date   on which photo was taken)  4-40 KB  3.5 cm x 4.5 cm  JPEG/JPG
 Signature of Candidate  1-30 KB  3.5 cm x 1.5 cm  JPEG/JPG
 Signature of father, mother or guardian  1-30 KB  3.5 cm x 1.5 cm  JPEG/JPG


Step 4
 – Pay application fee: Both online and offline modes are available. To make offline payment, first download e-challan and then deposit the fees at a nearby Syndicate Bank/ICICI Bank/Canara Bank.

Application fee details:

 Paper  General/OBC  SC/ST/PWD
 JEE Main Paper I or Paper II   Rs 500 (Boys)Rs 250 (Girls)  Rs 250 (Boys)Rs 250 (Girls)
 Both Paper I and Paper II  Rs 1300 (Boys)Rs 650 (Girls)  Rs 650 (Boys)Rs 650 (Girls)


Step 5 – Slot booking:
 After paying the fees, the candidate has to book a slot from the available options. Please note, slots will be on offered first-come, first-served basis.
Step 6 – Take a printout of the acknowledgement page to complete the application submission process.

Declaration of Result and subsequent events 
The result of the JEE Main Exam 2019 – January will be declared tentatively in the first week of February. The result would include details like subject-wise and overall marks obtained by and the qualifying status of the candidate. However, it is not clear whether it will include the All India Rank (AIR) or not, which might be released alongside results for the April exam.Based on the result of the JEE Main Exam 2019, a merit list will be drawn to short-list candidates for counselling, which will take place in the second week of June.

Last year, there were seven seat-allotment rounds, and two mock allotment rounds were also conducted before the actual allotment rounds to enable candidates to fine-tune their choices. Allotment of seats will be based on both the rank of the candidate and the choices filled by him/her.

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NEET 2018: Supreme Court stays Madras HC order awarding 196 grace marks to students who took exam in Tamil

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday stayed an order of the Madurai bench of Madras High Court awarding 196 grace marks to NEET students who had opted to write the examination in Tamil language on account of error in translation.

A bench of Justices SA Bobde and L Nageswara Rao stayed the order and issued notice on a plea of the CBSE challenging the high court order.

The bench posted the matter for hearing after two weeks and asked the parties to come out with a solution to deal with the situation, saying, “We cannot dole out marks in this fashion”.

The bench observed that it appears that after the judgment, the students who opted for the Tamil language are in an advantageous position over others.

A view of Supreme Court of India. PTI

The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court had on 10 July ordered the CBSE to grant 196 marks – 4 marks each for 49 erroneously translated questions – in the Tamil version of this year’s NEET to the students who took the exam in the regional language.

Source : http://www.firstpost.com

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NTA NEET 2019 likely to be conducted only once in pen and paper format, decision this week

National Eligibility and Entrance Test, NEET 2019 is expected to be conducted only once and in pen and paper format. As per reports, the Ministry of Human Resource Development, MHRD is considering the concerns raised over the proposal of conducting NEET 2019 in online mode. With restrictions of rural candidates, sources close to HRD have suggested that the proposal of continuing NTA NEET 2019 in the same pattern and format is being considered and a decision is expected this week.

NEET 2019 would be conducted by the National Testing Agency, NTA as announced by HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar. However, instead of the proposed twice a year, the examination may be conducted once, in the month of May or June, as was the case under CBSE till this year. As per the announcement, NTA had planned NEET 2019 to be conducted in computer based format I February 2019 and then again in May 2019.

Though the reports have not been confirmed as yet, the sources have shared that Health Ministry has approached HRD to reconsider its plan to conduct the examinations in online or computer based format. The health ministry has also reportedly asked HRD to rethink its decision to conduct NEET twice a year.

“The health ministry also feels that CBSE should assist NTA in the conduct of the exam as the Board has been conducting it for many years earlier in the form of PMT”, said a source to TOI. The HRD is considering the requests and proposals and a decision on the same is expected within this week.

As for the pros and cons of the decisions, various experts feel that the transition would be a concern but computer based tests are the future. Many pointed out that with NEET being the single point examination for admissions to all undergraduate medical and dental seats, the logistic challenge of conducting the examination in online format were immense.

“Its not merely the number of students that appear for the examination. It is the fact that students even from remote areas appear for the examination that is the concern. Making sure that all the students are able to transition without concerns to the online mode is a task which NTA would have to facilitate,” shared an expert.

As for the twice a year or once a year debate, experts pointed out that the decision in the end is about the feasibility of the examination. “If the ministry was to consider pen and paper based format, the cost of conducting the examination twice a year could be an evident challenge.” Experts however are divided over the debate and believe that it would be a balancing act for the HRD ministry.

Source : timesnownews

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