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Thursday, 14 December 2017

NEET 2018: The age of 25 is fixed for the examination

NEET 2018: The age of 25 is fixed for the examination  The Government will eliminate three trail restrictions for students sitting in National Entitlement Entry Test. The Medical Council of India has sealed the proposal of the Union Health Ministry. According to the new rule, students up to the age of 25 will be able to sit for the exam.

According to the proposal approved by the Medical Council of India, the age of the students will be kept in mind for sitting in the knit. The age limit for the examination of the general category is 25 years and for SC, ST OBC and Divyang the age of 30 is fixed.

CBSE's board examinations are going on again after seven years. There will be 80-question papers of the NCERT method in the examination. Starting January 4th. Kaysa has been entrusted with the responsibility of removing papers for the Kendriya Vidyalaya schools, while teachers in other schools will remove the paper. The paper style will be of NCERT and the questions in the papers will be asked according to NCERT's method.

The student will benefit. I welcome the decision taken in the interest of the MCIA student. This is a great advantage for the students. If the first trial has not yielded good results then it will get other trials.

NEET 2018: The age of 25 is fixed for the examination 


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