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Multi month back, HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar had announced that the National Eligibility Low Entrance Test (NEET) examination for admission to Medical College will be held two times every year. Presently the government is reconsidering this choice.

That is, the place the first proposal was being stated, the examinations will be held twice from 2019. The proposal is currently being talked about. The service will take a choice on it till one week from now. As per the report, the examination of the year 2019 will be directed in pen-paper mode (Offline). Which will be led by CBSE and not National Testing Agency.

The Health Ministry has just recommended to hold the NEE exam in the year 2019 pen-paper mode. In the meantime, the HRD Ministry has said that if the examination of the exam is led online then this to will influence the students who don’t understand the online exams well. Students of rural and economical poor families can be hurt. In this manner, the examination of Neeta is under thought.

Give us a chance to let you know, the government had said that other than the expansion of the engineering school, the JEE examination for the admission in school would be directed two times every year. As indicated by the directions issued by the government, National Testing Agency (NTA) has likewise been framed for the numerous examinations led by the Central Board of Secondary Education.

It was declared that numerous examinations led by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will now be made by the National Testing Agency (NTA). These examinations incorporate National Eligibility Low Entrance Test (NEET) and affirmation in designing schools (JEET) and CMAT for admission to medical colleges.

Presently the examination of NET won’t be held two times every year, and it can not be said now. The Ministry of Health has advised to proceed with the offline exam in any event till one year from now. The next week, the HRD Ministry will take a decision in this issue.

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