Monday, August 29, 2016

Getting Started With NEET

Competitive exams were a hassle not so long ago. I remember how a friend of mine used to travel from one state to the other, almost every week, to apply for the medical entrance exams of the respective states. He used to tell me, “I wish there was a centralized examination for admission in medical colleges all over India. We wouldn't have to spend our money, time and energy in traveling to different cities, and instead focus more on studies.” He did become a doctor by qualifying through one of the state examinations, but the entire process of getting admitted into a college did have its shares of potholes.



However, times have changed, and with the introduction of NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test), admission into Medical and Dental courses have become smoother. Now, a student can invest a larger share of his time on studying and preparing for the exam. He wouldn't have to experience the fatigue that creeps within when one has to appear in entrance exams in different parts of the country. Moreover, this centralized process of admission will grant a greater transparency and visibility into the entire process.



We have often heard reports of corruption in admission procedures. NEET aspires to remove them, which is a welcome move in our education system. We not only need doctors, but we require quality ones, and a uniform admission system does raise our hopes. The NEET Syllabus follows the CBSE curriculum.



More details about this selection procedure can be fetched from the CBSE NEET Website. As usual, every change comes with its own share of resistance. NEET aims to make life easier for all medical aspirants, reduce their inconvenience, and give them more time to  study and become the country’s torch bearers in medical and dental fields in the near future. This is a welcome change, something that we should all learn to embrace.


6 comments:

  1. My, how the times have changed. Exams used to be just in papers.

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  4. NEET definitely eliminates admissions through donations in private medical institutes... So I am definitely up for this! They now have this in Medicine PG examinations also. SO finally only scholars and educated doctors can have degrees and sit in hospitals not rich people!!!

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  5. Neet selects merit I think.Useful post.

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