JEE Main 2019 syllabus: Exams from January 6

The Joint Entrance Main (JEE Main) is scheduled to be conducted from January 6 to 20, 2019, the admit card of which will be available to download from December 17.

From the upcoming academic session, the examinations will be held twice a year. After the examinations on January, the second examinations will be conducted from April 6 to 20, 2019.

JEE Mains 2019: Detail syllabus

Chemistry 

This section will include questions on general topics, gaseous and liquid states, atomic structure and chemical bonding, energetics, chemical equilibrium, electrochemistry, chemical kinetics, solid state, solutions, surface chemistry and nuclear chemistry.

Physical Chemistry

Properties and matter of nature

Dalton’s atomic theory; Concept of atom, molecule, element and compound; Physical quantities and their measurements in Chemistry

States Of Matter

Classification of matter into solid, liquid and gaseous states. Gas laws – Boyle’s law, Charle’s law, Graham’s law of diffusion, Avogadro’s law, Dalton’s law of partial pressure, Liquid State- Properties of liquids – vapour pressure, viscosity and surface tension and effect of temperature, Gaseous State- Ideal gas equation; Kinetic theory of gases (only postulates); Concept of average, root mean square and most probable velocities.

Solutions

Different methods of solution- molality, molarity, mole fraction, percentage, vapour pressure of solutions and Raoult’s Law

Equilibrium

Meaning of equilibrium, concept of dynamic equilibrium.

Redox reactions and Electrochemistry

Oxidation, reduction, oxidation number, electronic concepts. Electrolytic and metallic conduction, conductance in electrolytic solutions. Kohlrausch’s law and its applications

Atomic Structure

Rutherford atomic models, Electromagnetic radiation, photoelectric effect, bohr model of hydrogen atom and its limitations, quantum mechanical model of atom

Molecular structure and chemical bonding

Ionic and covalent bonds, factors affecting formation of ionic bonds. Covalent Bonding, Molecular Orbital Theory.

Chemical Thermodynamics

Fundamentals of thermodynamics and its laws, state functions, types of processes, system and surroundings.

Chemical Kinetics

Chemical reaction and factors affecting it. Concentration, temperature, pressure and catalyst; elementary and complex reactions, order and molecularity of reactions. Arrhenius theory, collision theory of bimolecular gaseous reactions.

Colloidal state

Colloids and suspensions, classification of colloids – lyophilic, lyophobic; multi molecular, macromolecular and associated colloids (micelles), preparation and properties of colloids

Inorganic Chemistry

Elements and periodicity

Periodic law, periodic table, s, p, d and f block elements, periodic trends in properties of elements atomic and ionic radii, ionization enthalpy

Classification of elements

Periodic table, modern periodic law, valence and oxidation states.

Isolation Of Metals

Extraction of metals- concentration, reduction (chemical and electrolytic methods) . Thermodynamic and electrochemical principles involved in the extraction of metals.

Hydrogen

Position in periodic table, isotopes, preparation, properties and uses of hydrogen. Properties and uses of water and heavy water, hydrogen peroxide, hydrogen as a fuel.

P – Block Elements

Structure and properties of Group 13 to 18 elements.

Environmental Chemistry

Environmental pollution, Atmospheric pollution, Soil pollution, Water Pollution, Tropospheric pollutants, Major pollutants.

Organic Chemistry

Organic Compounds

Purification, Qualitative analysis, Quantitative analysis, Calculations of empirical formulae and molecular formulae.

Hydrocarbons

IUPAC nomenclature, Alkanes, Alkenes, Alkynes, Aromatic hydrocarbons

Halogens and Oxygen

Nature of C-X bond; Mechanisms of substitution reactions, General methods of organic compunds contatining oxygen. Alcohols, Phenols And Ethers

Polymers

Classification of polymers, copolymerization, general methods of polymerization, Vulcanization

Biomolecules

Significance of biomolecules. Carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, nucleic acids.

Physics

The sections will include general topics- mechanics, thermal physics, electricity and magnetism, optics and modern physics.

Unit and measurement

SI units, Fundamental and derived units, dimensions of physical quantities and analysis, errors in measurement, accuracy of measuring instruments

Kinematics/ Laws of Motion

Laws of motion (Newton’s law of motion), speed and velocity, motion in a straight line, position-time graph, mtion, vector addition and subtraction, scalar and vector products. Relative velocity and its functions.

Force and Inertia, Impulse. Law of conservation of linear momentum and its applications, Equilibrium of concurrent forces. Static and Kinetic friction, laws of friction. Dynamics of uniform circular motion and its applications.

Work, Energy And Power

Kinetic and potential energies, power, potential energy of a pring, conservative and non-conservative forces, Elastic and inelastic collisions

Rotational Motion

Rotational motion and its basic concepts, torque, angular momentum, conservation of angular momentum and its applications; moment of inertia, radius of gyration

Gravitation

Universal law of gravitation, Acceleration due to gravity, Kepler’s laws of planetary motion, Escape velocity.

Solids, Liquids, and its properties; Hooke’s Law, Young’s modulus

Hooke’s law and its applications, Young’s modulus, bulk modulus, modulus of rigidity. Pascal’s law and its applications, Viscosity, Stoke’s law

Thermodynamics

Thermal equilibrium, concept of temperature, zeroth law of thermodynamics. First, second law of thermodynamics, heat work and internal energy.

Kinetic Theory Of Gases

Kinetic theory of gases, concept of pressure. Degrees of freedom, Law of equipartition of energy, applications to specific heat capacities of gases

Oscillations And Waves

Periodic motions, displacements, simple harmonic motion and its equations. Wave motion, Longitudinal and transverse waves, speed of a wave. Displacement relation for a progressive wave.

Electrostatics

Electric charges, Electric field, Electric flux, conductors and insulators.

Currrent Electricity

Electric current, Drift velocity, Ohm’s law, Electrical resistance, Resistances of different materials, V-I characteristics of Ohmic and nonohmic conductors, Electrical energy and power

Magnetic effects and magnetism

Savart law and its application, Ampere’s law and its applications to infinitely long current carrying straight wire, Force on a current-carrying conductor in a uniform magnetic field, Current loop as a magnetic dipole and its magnetic dipole moment.

Electromagnetic Induction And Alternating Currents

Faraday’s law, Lenz’s Law, Eddy currents. Self and mutual inductance. Alternating currents. Electromagnetic Waves, Electromagnetic waves and their characteristics.

Optics and wave optics

Reflection and refraction of light, mirror formula and its applications. Deviation and Dispersion of light by a prism, Lens Formula, Magnification, Power of a Lens, Wave optics, wavefront and Huygens’ principle, laws of reflection and refraction using Huygen’s principle.

Nucleus, Atom and its structure

Nucleus and its size. Atomic masses, isotopes, isobars; isotones. Rutherford’s model of atom; Bohr model, energy levels, hydrogen spectrum

Mathematics

This section will include questions on algebra, trigonometry, analytical geometry, differential calculus, integral calculus and vectors.

Sets and their representation

Union, intersection and complement of sets, algebraic properties. Relation, Types of relations, equivalence relations, composition of functions.

Complex numbers

Complex numbers as ordered pairs of reals, Representation of complex numbers in the form a+ib, complex number and the square root, quadratic equations, triangle inequality, quadratic equations and its formations, relation between roots and co-efficients.

Matrices and determinants

Types of matrices, determinants and matrices of order two and three. Properties and evaluation of determinants, finding area of triangles using determinants.

Permutation and Combination

Permutation as an arrangement and combination as selection, fundamental principle of counting and simple applications.

Probability

Probability of an event, addition and multiplication theorems of probability, Bernoulli trials and Binomial distribution, Baye’s theorem, probability distribution of a random variate.

Trigonometrical identities and equations

Trigonometrical functions. Inverse trigonometrical functions and their properties. Heights and Distances.

Mathematical Induction

Applications of Mathematical Induction and principle

Binomial Theorem

Positive integral index, general term and middle term of Binomial theorem, properties of Binomial coefficients and simple applications.

Arithmetic and Geometric progressions

Relation between Arithmetic and Geometric progressions, geometric means between two given numbers, arithmetic insertion. Sums of n terms of special series.

Real

Algebra of functions, polynomials, rational, trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions, inverse functions. Graphs of simple functions. Limits, continuity and differentiability. Valued functions, exponential, composite and implicit functions. Maxima and minima of functions of one variable, tangents and normals

Calculus

Integral calculus

Simple integrals and type of integrals as limit of sum. Properties and evaluation of definite integrals. Determining areas of regions.

Differential equations

Formation of differential equations and its solution. Solution of homogeneous and linear differential equations- dy/dx+p(x)y=q(x)

Co-ordinate geometry

Straight lines

Various forms of equations of a line, intersection of lines, angles between two lines, conditions for concurrence of three lines, the distance of a point from a line, equations of internal and external bisectors of angles between two lines.

Circles

Standard form of equation of a circle, general form of the equation of a circle, its radius and centre, equation of a circle when the end points of a diameter are given, points of intersection of a line and a circle with the centre at the origin and condition for a line to be tangent to a circle, equation of the tangent.

Vectors

Vectors, Scalar vectors, addition of vectors, components of a vector in two dimensions, scalar and vector products.

Clearing the JEE mains and advanced papers will make candidates eligible for admission to Bachelor of Technology (BTech), Bachelor of Engineering (BE) and Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) courses at Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT), National Institutes of Technology (NITs) and Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs) across India.

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JEE Advanced gets tougher every year but what is the alternative? – IIT Delhi Director shares the way forward

JEE Advanced – the engineering entrance examination has become one of the most competitive examinations in the country. As many as 12 lakh students appear for the JEE Main examinations out of which about 2 lakh are shortlisted to appear for the JEE Advanced. Out of these, only about 12,000 students make it to the top engineering colleges – the Indian Institutes of Technology or the IITs. Over the years, these examinations have become tougher and more competitive.

Professor V. Ramgopal Rao, Director, IIT Delhi discusses the present state of engineering education in India and more specifically the JEE Advanced examination, the reason why it gets tougher every year and what is it that IIT’s need, India needs today in respect to engineering education.

Professor Rao: We all want to change but what is the alternative model? For every one seat there are 1000 students. In this scenario, what can be the best exam? If 10 students are competing for one seat then you may have a process of selection but, in this scenario, it will be a process of elimination.  As a result, JEE has become tougher simply because of the number of students taking that exam. And we want an objective way of admitting students. There has always been a lot of discussion in the council and everyone wants to admit children who could not clear the JEE but are extra ordinary but how to achieve it? We can perhaps look at, say, the Maths Olympiad for instance. It’s not difficult to admit them based on alternate criteria but the day we do that, the number of students taking the Maths Olympiad will go up by at least 100x. Then the problem focus will shift from JEE to the Maths Olympiad.

So the JEE exams have to get tougher?

Professor Rao: The standard needs to get more complicated because if it gets easier, so many students will get a 100 out of 100 and you will have no way to select students. The students come with three years of intense preparation, if you make it easier they will crack it in half the time. Then we cannot select anyone.

Indeed the demand for IITs and the supply of the same is a concern. But the problem persists.

Professor Rao:  The problem is not with the exam, the problem is we don’t have good second tier institutions. There are IITs and then there is nothing. The next level institutions are so far below. The students are equally good, if you go to an NIT, the students are exceptionally good, some more so. What divides the students who are in IITs and NITs is not aptitude but perhaps speed. Maybe, our students can solve a problem in 15 seconds and NIT students can solve the same problem in 30 seconds, but in real life what difference does it make? Just because some students could do it 15 seconds they came to IIT and those who could do it in 30 seconds went to NIT. Somebody could do these questions in 2 minutes and they went to some other university – that is what is currently happening. That is not the fault of children. Exams have to be eliminating because beyond IITs there is a void. And the void is not of infrastructure…increasing the number of seats is not difficult. All it would take is perhaps one more building. The problem with NITs and other technical institutes is good quality of faculty.

Could you elaborate?

Professor Rao: Quality of faculty. IIT Bombay and IIT Delhi today have about 500 faculty positions vacant. If the top two institutions are unable to recruit people, what chance do NITs have of getting good talented teachers? Today, if there are good applications, I can offer 300 faculty positions. But, we do not have people at that level who we can be recruited to train the brightest minds, help with research, innovate and motivate. It is basically the quality of faculty which is hurting these institutions. And, the fact that only Indian Nationals can be offered recruitment at IITs and NITs and other government colleges creates further roadblocks. Admissions, yes! With so many students within the country, we should have stuck with Indians, but at least for recruitments, we could have gone global. We could have looked for the best talent all over the world.

IIT Delhi carries out research projects worth about Rs 500 crores every year. 

I believe the ‘Institute of Eminence’ tag allows you to recruit people from all over the world?

Professor Rao:  Yes. Policies are changing and today I can recruit a foreign faculty member and keep him on a contract for 5 years without offering a permanent government job. Still, it requires a lot of changes. Imagine, you have done a PhD from Stanford University and you want to come and teach in IITs, but why would I come if I don’t even know whether or not I will continue after five years? Even if I do continue after five years, there is no guarantee that I will ever get a regular position. And then there is the question of research. Someone doesn’t come just to teach as an IIT Delhi faculty. 1/3rd of our time goes into teaching and 2/3rd of it goes into research. To attract the best talent, I need to create facilities. I need to have PhD students and in turn I need to be able to support them. IIT Delhi carries out research projects worth about Rs 500 crores every year. Most of the research money comes from the government agencies like Department of Science and Technology, DRDO and all other agencies which fund this kind of a research. A foreigner is not even eligible to seek that funding. So, even if you recruit a foreigner, you cannot offer that individual a regular full time position and the research funding. In such a case, for that person there is no incentive. How will you build a research career? How will you ever stay here long enough and contribute to the research. That is big challenge.

So what’s the solution?

Professor Rao:  There are a lot of things that need to change and they are changing. At least now we can recruit them on a five year position. We are going back to the government to change those policies and it will take some more time. We will have to create a system when good people from all over the world can come and teach in our institutions.

IIT Delhi is on the wish-list of a lot of students. What is the wish-list of IIT Delhi when it comes to students?

Professor Rao: My only wish is that when students come here, they must come with an open mind. My biggest challenge is dealing with the students who have already laid down their path that involved a B. Tech degree and then a job…perhaps an MBA along the way. Their minds are closed perhaps because of their parents, the peer pressure, society or lure of a certain salary package. This is hurting the system right now. Such bright students, some of the brightest in the country but how many actually achieve something in life? Very few. In fact, not even 5% because they do not use their potential well enough. If only these bright students decided a little later in life about what they wanted to do, found their passion somewhere. There are so many things happening here, such avenues of research and if they exposed themselves a little, find out what interests them, find their passion, they would surely make a name for themselves. But there is hope for entrepreneurship right now. I think if we do it right, and as an institution, if we support these children, a lot of things will change in the country. We could see the next technical giants like Google and Microsoft starting from India. Students are excited about entrepreneurship. I think our future will be in the startups and in these children, the graduates of these institutions pursuing entrepreneurship. I think we need to support them.

And how does IIT Delhi plan to do that?

Professor Rao: Technology companies need a lot of lead time and that kind of ecosystem does not exist in India. That is where institutional support will help them. IIT Delhi has now announced a platform for harnessing deep technologies where we are trying to create an incubator purely for technology and product based companies. We will make all the resources available. Technology company require resources that are expensive – more in the line of a capital investment of about a 100 crore equipment. These are essential for product based companies…equipment’s to characterize your material, create your devices, test them. And you need collaborations that an individual will not be able to gather outside of the institution right now. That is where I believe that IITs need to play a role and we need to provide our institutional resources to these individuals who want to start product based companies. So, we are starting a PHD incubator.

Why PHD?

The reason why we named it PHD is because we want to give the impression that it’s not something a B. Tech student will be able to do. If you want to start a company, say in block-chain technology, you need deep knowledge of that area.  So, you need to develop some specialization in that area that will happen through deep learning and through pursuing further education. However, it does not mean that only PhDs can get into that incubator. Where there is a barrier for entry this incubator would help. Nobody even thinks of starting something that can compete with Google because it is based upon a kind of technology platform which for you to develop will take a lot of time and by the time you reach there, Google would have reached the next stage. That is the barrier for entry. We would soon send out a call for proposal for this incubator.

Not many people in India know about the great work being done by IITs. Some say it is because of research that IITs fail to get into the top 100 in World Ranking.

Professor Rao: In reality, IITs are at par with the American institution which is ranked 20Then why such low ranks? It is because of the parameters where IITs cannot (or could not) compete – not due to talent but a technicality. If you look at the QS ranking for example, there are 5 parameters from which they rank the universities, and out of the 5 parameters there are three parameters where we get a zero. We get a zero for the number of international students but the fact is we never needed International students because there is so much demand from our country itself. With so much talent within, we never consciously tried to admit foreign students. Second parameter would be foreign faculty. Again, since it is a Government of India job, a foreigner could never apply for it. The third parameter where we get a zero is the faculty student ratio and since we are only relying on the faculty of Indian origin, so we were never able to recruit enough people to meet our expansion needs. So in three out of 5 parameters we get a zero without any fault of ours. The remaining two parameters where we score very well are the reason why we are in the Top 200. And among them is Research impact. IIT Delhi is ranked 39th in the world as far as research impact is concerned. If we compare the rank of a USA institute ranked 19th or 20 , IIT Delhi is better than that US University. Final parameter is perception. Even today India is not associated with technology but with elephants and monkeys and Taj Mahal. Beyond that they don’t really think much of what is happening in the country but the research impact parameter is the only parameter where we score marks which is based upon actual numbers and not perception.

What’s the way forward?

Professor Rao: Things are changing now and I believe that in another Three to Five years by admitting foreign students, foreign faculty, I think things will change I am not too worried about it. Also just the fact that IITs are no longer just an Under Graduate Institutions. 60% of our students today are post graduates. At IIT Delhi, we have 2500 PhD students. It might take maybe one generation but things would definitely get better.

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NEET 2019 Registration Date Extended: NTA Confirms

NTA has extended the NEET 2019 registration date. Candidates can now register till December 7, 2018. After its decision to allow candidates above 25 years of age to apply for the exam, Supreme Court had asked National Testing Agency (NTA), to extend the deadline for NEET UG application by a week to accommodate all such students who were not able to apply earlier because of the upper age limit criteria. Such candidates can then apply for the NEET UG 2019 entrance exam on or before December 7, 2018. Candidates can pay the fees, through online mode, till December 8, 2018.

Granting an interim relief to the medical aspirants, aged above 25 years, the apex court however stated that the candidature of such candidates will be subject to the final outcome of the case before the court on validity of CBSE’s decision to fix upper age limit.

This year onwards NTA will conduct the exam; till last year CBSE was the exam conducting body for the country’s biggest medical entrance examination for admission to MBBS and BDS courses. The exam is scheduled for May 5, 2019. Admit cards will be available April 15, onwards.

For the latest updates in regard to NEET 2019 admission, candidates check the websites nta.ac.in, http://www.mohfw.nic.in & http://www.mcc.nic.in and the websites of concerned States/Institutions till the completion of final round of counseling.

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NEET 2018 Result: 3759 students from Resonance Qualified in NEET 2018.

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AIIMS MBBS 2019 Program Registration Begins Today, Check Details and Link Here

The registration process for All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) MBBS 2019 entrance exam commences today, that is, November 30, 2018.
The AIIMS MBBS 2019 exam is conducted annually and is one of the major and most critical medical exams, after NEET entrance exam.

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Interested candidates can visit the official website of AIIMS exams – aiimsexams.org and get themselves registered. The basic registration for the exam will continue till January 3, 2019.

The final registration process will continue till March 2019. This year, AIIMS has introduced a Two Tier Registration Process for the MBBS entrance exam, which means, the candidates who have completed basic registration will only be allowed for the final process.

The AIIMS MBBS 2019 entrance examination will be conducted on May 25 and 26.

The exam will be held for admission to MBBS courses in AIIMS New Delhi, Bathinda, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Deogarh, Gorakhpur, Jodhpur, Kalyani, Mangalagiri, Nagpur, Patna, Raipur, Rae Bareli, Rishikesh and Telangana campuses.

The candidates who have passed or appearing or have appeared (and awaiting result) for class 12 examination or its equivalent with the subjects including English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology with 60 per cent marks (50 per cent for SC/ST/Physically Handicapped candidates) in aggregate can apply for the AIIMS MBBS 2019 examination.

AIIMS MBBS 2019: Exam pattern

Physics: 60 questions
Chemistry: 60 questions
Biology: 60 questions
General knowledge: 10 questions
Aptitude- logical thinking: 10 questions

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NEET 2018 Result: 3759 students from Resonance Qualified in NEET 2018.

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NEET 2019: Registration to close tomorrow, 5 things you need to know before applying

The entrance exam for the MBBS/BDS courses in India — National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for undergraudate courses is going to be held on May 5, 2019 (Sunday). This is the first time National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting the exam. The applications are closing on November 30, 2018. Interested candidates can apply at — ntaneet.nic.in.

Many candidates have queries regarding the entrance exam. Here is a compilation of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) regarding the NEET UG 2019.

Can open school students apply for NEET UG 2019?

Candidates who have passed class 12 from open school are not eligible to appear for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET UG 2019). Also, students who had either biology or biotechnology as an additional subject at class 12 level are not eligible to appear for the exam, according to NTA. However, the matter is still in court. The final decision on these candidatures will be announced by the court. The candidates are advised to register for the exam at the official website — nta.ac.in.

What is the minimum qualification for appearing in NEET 2019 for PwD category and foreign national candidates?

For PwD category: According to the regulations of Medical Council of India (MCI), people with disabilities (PwD) should have 45 per cent marks in class 12 exam. Also, the candidates should have physics, chemistry and biology (or botany and zoology) or bio-technology as mandatory subjects during class 12. For regular candidates, the minimum marks criteria is 50 per cent.

Foreign national: The candidates who have studied from the foreign or international board should ensure that the qualifying examination passed by them is, in scope and standard (last two years of class 10+2 study comprising of physics, chemistry and biology/biotechnology; which shall include practical test in these subjects) is found to be equivalent to the intermediate science examination of an Indian university or board, taking physics, chemistry and biology/bio-technology including practical tests in each of these subjects and English. Provided further that the students’ educated abroad seeking admission into medical colleges in India must have passed in the subjects of physics, chemistry, biology/bio-technology and English up to the class 12 level with 50 per cent marks and their equivalency determined by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) as per regulations of the Medical Council of India (MCI) and the concerned University.

What is the role of (NTA) for NEET UG 2019?

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has been set-up by the government of India responsibility of NTA to conduct the entrance test. Competitive entrance exams including NEET UG, JEE, NET etc were earlier conducted by CBSE. Now on, NTA will also be responsible for everything related to NEET UG 2019 (and other exams which were conducted by CBSE) including result declaration, registration, setting up of exam centres etc.

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JEE Main 2019 Admit Card to be released on December 17 on jeemain.nic.in – important dates and updates

National Testing Agency, NTA would be releasing the JEE Main 2019 admit cards on December 17, 2018. The admit cards for the January examination would be released on the official website jeemain.nic.in. Students who have registered for the examination are required to download the admit cards from the official website. Important dates and updates for JEE Main 2019 January examination are summarised below for quick reference.

Students and parents are advised to note that NTA may not send any notification regarding the release of admit cards. Candidates are required to keep a check on jeemain.nic.in for updates regarding the examination and downloading admit cards. Examination Date, city and shift details are available on the official website.

JEE Main 2019: Important Dates – upcoming

Release of JEE Main 2019 Admit Cards – December 17, 2018

JEE Main 2019 Examination Dates – January 6 to January 20, 2019

JEE Main 2019 Result Declaration – January 31, 2019

Students to please note that the date for release of admit card is subject to change. As per the initial notification, the admit cards would be released by December 17. Any update regarding the admit cards, if released, would be made available here as well.

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NEET 2019: Registration close soon on ntaneet.nic.in – Check total number of seats under NEET

National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, NEET 2019 registrations and online applications would close this week. The last date to apply for NEET 2019 examination is November 30, 2018. Candidates interested in pursuing MBBS or BDS from any institute in India or abroad must qualify the examination. Online applications can be filled on ntaneet.nic.in. Ahead of the same, here is a quick look at the total number of MBBS seats available in India and under the 15% All India Quota.

All the MBBS admissions – barring AIIMS and JIPMER are under the purview of NEET examination. These seats are then further divided under the All India Quota (which is 15%) and State Quota. NTA would be releasing the merit list for All India Quota and would also be sharing the list for the State wise admissions. As per the MCC website, there are a total of 64,642 medical seats available across all the medical colleges. They are tabulated below.

Total MBBS Seats Available in India

Type of Institute Number of Seats
JIPMER MBBS 200
AIIMS MBBS 807*
Total Seats Eligible for NEET 63835
All India 15% Quota Seats for MBBS Counselling Nearly 10,000
Seats Available for State Counselling 55467*

The exact seat matrix is not available for this year. However, please note that the seats for AIIMS MBBS 2019 are expected to increase from last year’s 807 seats as 7 more AIIMS have been added. Also, number of seats for All India 15% Quota are also exected to revise as the states of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh would also be added to the NEET purview from this year.

Quickly, medical and dental seats available in various colleges across the country are divided into All India Quota (for central universities and state run government colleges) and State Quota (for state run government colleges and private institutes). 15% seats  in the government institutes are reserved for All India Quota and 85% are available for State Quota. Students from all over the country can apply for All India Quota (except students who are from the state of Jammu and Kashmir who opt for state quota).

AIIMS and JIPMER do not have a state quota. However, they do not come under NEET and have seperate entrance examinations for the same. NEET registrations would close on November 30, 2018. Basic Registration process for AIIMS MBBS 2019 would begin from November 30 on aiimsexams.org.

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