The National Testing Agency (NTA) will soon release the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET-UG 2022 notification. The tentative exam date for NEET-UG is July 17, 2022; however, official confirmation will be published on the websites nta.ac.in or neet.nta.nic. However, confirmation on NEET 2022 registration form dates from NTA is still awaited.
More than 15 lakh students appear for the NEET UG entrance exam every year and numbers are expected to remain almost the same this year. As per the recent development, official authorities have made specific changes to the NEET 2022 entrance exam this year. Candidates are advised to read further to get acquainted with the changes that could be done in NEET-UG 2022 and medical/dental/Ayush courses this year.
NEET UG 2022 Some Changes
These are some changes the authority will implement for NEET-UG 2022 entrance exam:
|Particular||NEET 2022 New Changes|
|The upper age limit removed||NMC has scrapped the upper age limit for NEET 2022 aspirants. Previously the upper age limit for unreserved category candidates was 25 years, and that of reserved candidates was 30 years.|
|Application form of NEET 2022 confirmation page on Digilocker||The confirmation page of NEET-UG 2022 will soon be available on Digilocker. It can be accessed from the Digilocker app and website digilocker.gov.in. Students have to sign up and use the Digilocker application.|
|Changes in the exam pattern of NEET-UG 2022||Expected to be conducted with a new exam pattern this year. The paper is predicted to be separated into two sections comprising 35 compulsory questions in the first section and 15 questions in the second section out of which candidates have to attempt any 10, and all the questions will have multiple choice.|
|Medical Colleges Fees Structure||Same fees on 50% seats of Private colleges: The government has taken another big decision according to which private colleges will have to charge 50% of their seats according to the government fee structure. It will benefit many poor students to get private college facilities while paying government fees.|