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Maintaining a routine and cultivating productive habits in this time of COVID-19



With the whole country almost coming to a standstill in the wake of the COVID-19 lockdown lives of all the citizens working, non-working, youngsters, elderly, rich, poor have all been affected in some or the other way. Irrespective of where you are the whole country is observing the safety curfew for themselves, their families and for the society as a whole. In this testing time, the entire nation has come together and joined hands to ensure the safety of the whole generation and pledged to emerge stronger as an individual and as a nation of brave hearts.

Due to the pandemic and the national lockdown, there has been a sudden change in basic lifestyle we have been living so far. Even though we are determined and motivated to get through this testing scenario but a proper guideline or strategy towards achieving the same is equally important to emerge victoriously. We have to rethink our schedule and plan a routine that is productive as well as fulfilling to help us sail through this restructured lifestyle.

Stay active and maintain a routine

Staying active is the key to beating stress and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Exercising improves strength and agility and declutters your mind of passive thoughts. Since the option of working out in gyms is still far fetched, implementing a personalized exercise routine will eliminate your dependency on gyms for basic workout and also help you in finding a regime that suits your preference and body. Yoga and meditation are other excellent ways to keep yourself fit and balanced. Workin out and can help build your immunity in times like these. Meditation can help you destress and relax. It will help you gain energy and boost stamina. Parents should ensure that physical activity is part of the routine for children as well to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Spend quality time with family

The lockdown has given us the opportunity to stay at home 24/7, normally during your busy school or college lives, office work you may not get enough time to talk to your family and spend quality time with them. You can make this time enjoyable by spending time with family members around you. Try to involve yourself as much as you can with family discussions. Spreading laughter and positivity is the best you can contribute to your family.  Help your parents in the household chores, spend time with your grandparents, involve kids in small tasks to make them more connected in the family rather than just playing games or watching TVs.

Read or listen to audiobooks

Utilise the time to read books you have purchased and not started or finish the book you left unfinished because you weren’t getting enough time in your schedule of work. Books are the perfect way to spend long lockdown days. Spending your quality me time alone is also important for unwinding and getting lost in a good book is one of the best ways to feel relaxed. Read genres that interest you. If you have read through your entire bookshelf you can always find more books online. If you are not in the mood for reading you also have the option of listening to the audiobooks of your favourite authors or you can also listen to inspiring and interesting podcasts which are a raging trend these days.

Stay Positive

Remember that the lockdown is a temporary condition, it is not a lifelong condition. Effective ways to follow “social distancing” and still keeping in touch with your loved ones should be your focus. Keep in touch on video and audio calls and share positive messages on social media. Disruption of routine and obscurity leads a lot of people to anxiety, maintain a positive attitude and do things that make you happy like cooking, working out, praying, playing with children, spending time with family members, etc.

Find a work/study balance

With all of of us confined to our homes due to the current unfortunate occurrence, going to schools or coachings for studying is no longer an option. If you are a student you must maintain a proper disciple in your study routine and not let this time disrupt your education. If you are a professional working from home try to maintain an office like and disciplined environment during your working hours. If you want you can also wear your work clothes while working from home to comply your brain for an official environment.

Use your time in lockdown wisely, instead of stress and anxiety utilize this time to improve your skills and stay positive. When you think positively you can get many new opportunities in life under any circumstances.


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NEET UG 2020 Revision strategy during the lockdown



NEET UG 2020 has been postponed and most of the students have completed their syllabus and are doing their revision work. This is the best time for NEET aspirants to start revising important topics or topics that you had not given ample time to focus on. NTA has postponed NEET UG 2020 which was scheduled to take place on May 3rd, 2020 to July 26,2020. Even though the situation around is unfavourable and challenging instead of getting discouraged we should utilise this extended exam time to channelise our energy in a positive way and continue an effective preparation for NEET UG 2020.

BENEFIT FROM THE ADDITIONAL PREPARATION TIME

Often it is witnessed that candidates work tirelessly for board exams and do not get enough time for the revision of competitive exams as the time difference between both the exams is very less. Though the lockdown has affected the preparation strategy of NEET students in a vast manner, the isolation and extension of exam dates have presented the students with extra time for self-study and revision which is a great opportunity to attain a good score in NEET UG 2020.

UTILIZE THE TIME FOR CRITICAL CONCEPTS

Revision of syllabus as well as notes and practice of papers are most crucial during competitive exam preparations and should be done with full effort and commitment. Don’t take this revision time for granted event if you have already revised the whole syllabus before. The lockdown period should be utilised effectively for better revision of NEET entrance test and students should start working on NEET syllabus with more confidence. The lockdown can help the NEET aspirants to focus on critical topics and concepts as they demand more time. Most of the NEET aspirants are unable to finish their revisions in time and end up scoring low rank, aspirants need to utilise the time to focus on critical concepts and fill in the learning gaps.

BENEFIT FROM ONLINE LEARNING MATERIALS

As per the experts, at this time applicants should practice as many NEET mock tests as possible and benefit from as much online learning materials they can get their hands on. They can also download previous years NEET sample papers with answers to analyse their preparation and strategise the revisions accordingly. Candidates can take up the online classes of various coaching institutes to resolve any of their doubts and join peer groups which will keep them motivated as well as informed for the NEET UG 2020 Exam.

TAKE VARIOUS MOCK TEST

As class preparation is no longer an option using the mock tests, sample papers and question papers, one can stay updated with the NEET UG 2020 Exam pattern, structure and time management during the actual exam. One of the most important factors for all NEET Aspirants is to be familiar with the exam structure and what questions are going to be in the paper. Solving mock tests keep the students level headed and make them feel better and more confident during the real exam.

FOCUS ON YOUR HEALTH

Staying in the best of your mental health along with physical well being is very crucial for achieving success in any endeavour. Psychiatrists around the world are claiming that the mental health of the people will suffer a great deal due to the global pandemic. Along with adjusting with the ongoing situation, NEET aspirants also have a burden of NEET UG 2020 Exam preparations, which leads to more risk to their mental health. Therefore, it is crucial for applicants to take good care of themselves and add activities of relaxation in their daily routine. Parents/guardians should also support the candidates in every possible manner and take care of whether a candidate is getting proper rest and living a healthy lifestyle.


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Popular Non-Clinical branches after MBBS


There has been a gradual shift in the mindset of medical graduates and more students are opting for Non-clinical and Para Clinical courses for PG specialisation after MBBS. Earlier, a majority of the seats in non-clinical and para-clinical courses were not getting filled because the candidates were not opting for these subjects but with the progressive and inquisitive attitude among the new graduates exploring atypical paths and succeeding in unconventional platforms, these branches are experiencing a boom. Financial ease is also another major motivation behind these branches growing popularity. These branches offer no fewer opportunities of employment to the students and also presents possibilities in fields like teaching, research etc.


Non-Clinical branches for MD


MD- ANATOMY

MD Anatomy is a 3- a year full- time program, essentially about the structure of the human body. The course primarily covers subjects such as gross and regional anatomy, anthropology, myology, osteology, systematic anatomy, Neuroanatomy, applied and clinical anatomy, general and systematic embryology, comparative embryology, principles of genetics, general histology, histology of organs and structure, staining techniques, outline of evaluation, comparative anatomy, physical anthropology, radiological anatomy, surface anatomy, and surface marketing of human body, including all descriptions and communications about the body.
Anatomists can work alone or as part of a team. Anatomists in teaching field should be able to explain complex concepts in simpler terms. Those who are in research fields need to be precise and careful. MD- Anatomy Students are trained on an advanced level on the structure of the human body from the gross to the molecular level and on the basic principles of normal human growth.

Duration- 3 years

Eligibility

  • Candidates should have obtained an MBBS Degree from an institution recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI).
  • Candidate should have completed a 1- year compulsory rotating internship after passing the final professional examination.

M.D. Anatomy Job Type

  • Anatomy Reader
  • Lecturer/Assistant Professor
  • Medical Coder
  • Medical Coder Trainee
  • Medical Transcriptionist/Proof Reader
  • Team Leader/Trainer


MD- PHYSIOLOGY

MD Physiology is a 3- a year full- time program course covering the study of human anatomy and physiology which includes basic biochemistry, anatomical terminologies, cells and tissues, muscular, skeletal, endocrine, nervous, cardiovascular, urinary, immune, digestive, respiratory, and reproductive systems. In this course, students learn about common human disease processes and understanding of the function and structure of the key systems of the human body. They also learn non-science majors and allied-health subjects. This course includes laboratory components like dissection, anatomical studies using microscopy, and study of physiological concepts through experimentation.

Duration- 3 years

Eligibility

  • Candidates should have obtained an MBBS Degree from an institution recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI).
  • Candidate should have completed a 1- year compulsory rotating internship after passing the final professional examination.

M.D. Physiology Job Type

  • Anatomy & Physiology Trainer
  • Clinical Analyst
  • Lab Technician
  • Professor/Assistant Professor
  • Regulatory Affairs Manager
  • Trainee Medical Coder
  • Tutor/ Demonstrator
  • Therapeutic radiographer
  • Physiotherapist
  • Research scientist

MD- BIOCHEMISTRY

Biochemistry is the study of the structure, composition, and chemical reactions of substances that occur in living systems. It is applied in the field of dentistry, general medicine, and veterinary medicine. In the speciality of food science, biochemists research ways to develop abundant and inexpensive sources of nutritious varieties of food, determine the chemical composition of foods, and develop methods to extract nutrients from waste products or invent ways to prolong the shelf life of food products. In the speciality of agriculture, biochemists study the interaction of herbicides with plants. They examine the structure-activity relationships of compounds, determine their ability to inhibit growth, and evaluate the toxicological effects on surrounding life.

Duration- 3 years

Eligibility- The eligibility for the course is MBBS/BAMS with minimum 55% aggregate marks as required by the institute.

MD Biochemistry Job Types

  • Research Analyst for biochemical experimentation
  • Assistant Professor
  • Tutor Demonstrator
  • Consultant
  • Laboratory Technician
  • Customer Lab Service Associate
  • Research Scientist
  • Junior Resident
  • Business Development Executive
  • Trainee Medical Coder
  • Medical Technologist


Paraclinical branches for MD


MD PATHOLOGY

MD Pathology is the study and diagnosis of disease through examination of organs, tissues, bodily fluids, and whole bodies (autopsies). Areas of study include cellular adaptation to injury, necrosis, and inflammation, wound healing, and neoplasia. The course helps the candidates to be able to perform procedures designated for laboratory detection of diseases. The course deals with effects, development, processes and causes of diseases. Subjects studied under this degree are Pathology, Microbiology, Immunology, Medical Genetics and Neuroscience.
MD Pathology aims to train students for performing high-quality diagnoses in any specified clinical situation using appropriate and relevant samples of tissue, blood, body fluid, etc., and suggest treatment options based on the diagnosis. Students are enabled to pursue clinical and laboratory-based research, thereby proving helpful in research-based studies on cancer or other terminal diseases.

Duration- 3 years

Eligibility

  • Candidates should have obtained an MBBS Degree from an institution recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI).
  • Candidate should have completed a 1- year compulsory rotating internship after passing the final professional examination.

MD Pathology Job Types

  • Business Development Executive
  • Discovery Breeder
  • Guest Relationship Executive
  • Healthcare Representative
  • Lab Technician
  • Pathologist
  • Pathology Coder
  • Professor/Associate Professor
  • Research Assistant

MD MICROBIOLOGY

MD Microbiology is the study of organisms and infectious agents that cannot be seen with the naked eye and the interactions of microorganisms with humans and other organisms that exist and affect our lives. The course includes general microbiology, human immunology, mycology and bacterial pathogenesis.
There are many fields which have scope for these professionals because of their ability to control and identify the critical points such as Medical, research, water industry, nanotechnology, chemical etc. A microbiologist can innovate diagnostic kits, discover new drugs, teach, research, etc. They can become research scientist (life sciences); who designs, conducts and analyses experiments.

Duration- 3 years

Eligibility

  • Candidates should have obtained an MBBS Degree from an institution recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI).
  • Candidate should have completed a 1- year compulsory rotating internship after passing the final professional examination.

MD Microbiology Job Types

  • Environmental microbiologist
  • Food quality assurance scientist
  • Food microbiologist
  • Technical brewer
  • Medical microbiology
  • Lab Assistant
  • Biological scientist
  • Surgical technologist
  • Research scientist

MD PHARMACOLOGY

MD Pharmacology course helps to gain knowledge of biological effects, therapeutic and chemical uses of drugs. Students determine the effects of chemical agents upon systemic, subcellular, behavioural, and physiological processes. The main aim of this course is to prevention and treatment of diseases and deal with the hazards of herbicides and pesticides. Students learn a comprehensive picture of the usage and safety actions of drugs and medication.

Duration- 3 years

Eligibility

  • Candidates should have obtained an MBBS Degree from an institution recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI).
  • Candidate should have completed a 1- year compulsory rotating internship after passing the final professional examination.

MD Pharmacology Job Types

  • Pharmacology Professor
  • Senior Manager
  • Medical Advisor
  • Professor Associate
  • Academic Head/Faculty
  • Analytical Scientist
  • Assistant Manager
  • Direct Marketing Manager

MD FORENSIC MEDICINE

Qualified postgraduates of Forensic Medicine are eligible to examine dead bodies and extract physical information about the deceased. This information plays a vital role in determining the cause of death and contributes to important criminal investigations by providing details about the deceased. The course’s curriculum involves all aspects of basic medical sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology, Pathology and Microbiology) as applied to Forensic Medicine. Modules in Forensic Psychology, Forensic Toxicology, Medical Jurisprudence, advanced Forensic Pathology, and Forensic Immunology are also taught as part of the course.

Duration- 3 years

Eligibility

  • Candidates should have obtained an MBBS Degree from an institution recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI).
  • Candidate should have completed a 1- year compulsory rotating internship after passing the final professional examination.

MD Forensic Medicine Job Types

  • Forensic Medicine Assistant Professor
  • Medical Officer
  • Manager- Forensic Advisory
  • Lab Technician
  • Forensic Scientist
  • Teacher/lecturer


MD COMMUNITY MEDICINE

Community Medicine is a branch of medical science involves the study of problems of society as a whole rather than on an individual level. Many detailed types of research are conducted to acquire in-depth data regarding health and hygiene of a particular topological area. This course focuses on the biological and chemical components of the foods we eat and the role of individual nutrients in maintaining health. It also covers digestion and metabolic function and considers how nutrition is affected by the way consumers plan meals, select, store and prepares their food. Students will study the biochemistry involved in human metabolism, and discover how our metabolic process influences health and disease.

Duration- 3 years

Eligibility

  • Candidates should have obtained an MBBS Degree from an institution recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI).
  • Candidate should have completed a 1- year compulsory rotating internship after passing the final professional examination.

MD Community Medicine Job Types

  • Research officer
  • Internal medicine consultant
  • Epidemiologist
  • Physician
  • Public health manager
  • Consultant Internal Medicine
  • Program Manager

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How to stay focused on your exam preparations during lockdown



Lockdown has been declared in many parts of the world due the coronavirus outbreak and people are confined to their homes with no confirmed dates about the exams for most of the courses. With so much happening all around us and deep concerns bugging us, we still cant deny that we have to use this time effectively and make the best of the things we have at hand to not disrupt our exam preparations and emerge successful even during testing times.

DISCIPLINE DURING SELF STUDY

Self study requires discipline and organisation. No matter how pumped up you are about acing you exams without maintaining a proper disciple in your study routine you wont be able to get very far or cover the syllabus you have targeted for the day which is very important in preparation of medical entrance exams like NEET, AIIMS, JIPMER, etc.

ORGANISING YOUR RESOURCES

Also having all of your resources organized, highlighted during studying, and even tagged can save a lot of time during last revisions. With a professional level organisation techniques like this you can find the material you need quickly and easily without wasting time which is the key to success.

A CONCRETE TIME TABLE

Be it any exam school, college, or national level entrance exam without a proper time table covering the syllabus in due time may be a bit hard to achieve. As you haven’t decided on the time division required for each subject or topic and are just studying the course without proper strategy. Depending upon the syllabus you have to Prepare a concrete time table which will let you finish your preparation in due time and also have spare time for revisions.

CHOOSE BEST ONLINE LEARNING PLATFORMS

With all of of us confined to our homes due to the current unfortunate reasons going to classes or coachings for studying are no longer an option. We have rely on searching and studying everything online for the exams. But with so many digital content available we must select and make use of  only the best online learning platform with credibility.

JOIN ONLINE GROUPS

Online learning comes with a lot of unsolved queries and doubts with no one to turn to immediately. Join some good online groups preparing for similar exams for healthy and meaningful discussions and getting your queries sorted whenever you want. In these discussion groups you also get healthy competitive environment feel experienced during regular exam preparation classes or coachings and help you stay motivated to amp up you studies. Having other fellow students around to help review concepts can also offer a deeper understanding of the material.

EVALUATE YOUR GROWTH

It is highly imperative to see where you stand and how much nearer to the goal you have reached. This may help you make the required changes to your devised strategy from time to time. It’s advisable that you try to solve as many as different types of questions as possible. It will broaden your knowledge and logical thinking. Try solved papers, attempt multiple mock tests and evaluate your time management for the real exam. Making scoreboards corresponding with the live mock tests gives you a reality check and makes you aware of the progress made. Over practicing will never harm, it will just make you more confident of your preparation.

 

RELAX WITH FAMILY

Spending quality time with family is equally important as studying. They are your source of motivation and remind you of your potential and capabilities during distress. With so much confusion floating around its natural to be concerned about your exams but panic, anxiety, stress and too much worrying wont help. It’s better to take time to relax and focus on your preparations, so when its time for exams you are at your full potential to unleash your knowledge.

STAY UPDATED

Staying updated with the latest news and happenings about the exams is a must. Keep visiting the respective examination’s official websites regularly and keep an eye on any new notification released by the concerned authorities.



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PGIMER Chandigarh Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)



When will the PGIMER registration 2020 commence?

The online application form of PGIMER 2020 will begin the second week of March for July session (Tentative) and last week of October for January session (Tentative).

Is PGIMER, Chandigarh a government hospital?

Yes, PGIMER, Chandigarh is a government hospital.

How to apply for PGIMER 2020 Exams?

Applications for PGIMER 2020 are invited through countrywide advertisement in leading newspapers usually during September/October and March/April for the January and July session respectively. The entrance examination is held in December for the January session and in June for July session.

Can candidates submit the PGIMER MD/MS application form in the offline mode?

No, candidates must fill the application form of PGIMER MD/MS 2020 in online mode only. Any other form of the application form will not be accepted.

Is there any correction window for PGIMER 2020 application form?

All the candidates are suggested to enter all the details correctly in their application form as there is no provision of correction window for PGIMER Application Form, except update in Candidate Photograph & Signature and hence all the candidates are suggested to fill all the details carefully and correctly.

What is the Application Fee for PGIMER Application?

The application fee for PGIMER 2020 is Rs. 1500 for general and OBC candidates and Rs. 1200 for SC/ST candidates.

What to do after completing the submission of the PGIMER Application Form?

After completing the submission of PGIMER Application Form candidates are suggested to take a printout of the confirmation page for future references.

Who can attend PGIMER counselling 2020?

Candidates who have qualified the PGIMER 2020 entrance exam for admission to MD/MS courses are eligible to attend the counselling of PGIMER 2020. Depending upon the marks secured you can attend first, second or spot counselling.

What is the pattern of PGIMER 2020 Entrance Exam?

PGIMER 2020 is Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) type theory paper consisting of 250 questions. Duration of the exam is three hours. There is negative marking for wrong answers.

What other courses are available at PGIMER Chandigarh apart from MD/MS Courses?

PGIMER Chandigarh apart from MD/MS Courses offers DM/MCH courses, House Job, Fellowships / Ph. D / M.Sc / M.Sc MLT and various short courses for the trainees who are deputed from other Institutions for specialised training and acquisition of skills. These courses are extremely popular amongst doctors working at district level hospitals or in private practice.

When will be the result of PGIMER 2020 declared?

The result of the PGIMER 2020 entrance examination is declared within 24 hours after conduction of exam and is computerised.

How can I pay the counselling fees for PGIMER 2020?

Selected candidates shall have to pay the first instalment of fees, security etc. (Rs. 2485/-) in CASH on the spot. No other mode of payment will be accepted like cheque/Demand Draft etc. In case the candidates change his/her speciality at the time of 2nd & 3rd counselling, he/she shall have to deposit/ Rs. 1485/-.

Where can the candidates download the result of PGIMER 2020?

The rank wise and category wise list of candidates provisionally eligible for counselling are available at PGI website i.e. www.pgimer.edu.in.

What documents do I need to bring for the PGIMER 2020 counselling?

Candidates need to bring a copy of the Application form with photo pasted on it, valid Identity proof and Admit card. Candidates shall bring all original degrees/testimonials/certificates in support of their qualification viz. Matriculation certificate, mark sheet of MBBS, Internship, Category Certificate (if applicable), MCI Registration etc. Admission will be confirmed only on verification of the candidate’s eligibility and original documents. If the candidate is in service bring NOC.



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Benefits of forming a study group and using it effectively



Some people are most productive when they are not in the presence of other people or in a social setting. It is much easier for them to focus and maintain that focus when it is just them and the material they are studying. On the other hand, many people express the effectiveness of studying in a group setting for them and how it expands their understanding of the information because discussing and explaining the information with others make them retain the topic for longer period of time and help them understand it from different perspectives.

One way of determining which study style is most effective is by trying to work out your preparation in both study styles and find out which study setting you are more comfortable in and works best for you.

Help you overcome procrastination

While during the self-study you can go at your own pace and take breaks whenever you desire, a problem that many students face is procrastination. Even though a lot of students have ample amount of time exam preparations but due to the habit of procrastination, they delay things until the last minute and get behind the schedule. For students like this studying in a group might be the answer to stick to a studying schedule and ace the Exam preparations. Studying in a group requires responsibility, you have to follow a study schedule and meet up at a specific time to study for a specific amount of hours.

Offer a deeper understanding

Not understanding a concept and having no one around to help can get very frustrating. Working with other students and studying the same material as them gives you the opportunity to ask questions if you become confused or are unable to grasp a certain segment of the book. Having other students around to help review concepts can also offer a deeper understanding of the class material. You can learn from others and pick up their study techniques that work for you.

Makes you feel motivated and confident

Many students derive energy from being around other people and look forward to learning and discussing material with their study group. Discussing concepts with others tests the comprehensive capability of the students. It helps the student identify that the topics they have covered have been understood clearly by them and they will be able to answer those topics in the exams effectively or not. It also improves the confidence of the students for the exams.

Makes you a team player

If the concept of group study is used carefully & properly, it can be of great advantage in the long run of life. Discussing and cross-questioning during study sessions develop your communication skills and enhances professional and interpersonal skills which will be very fruitful in the future. You learn to work effectively in a team and use it as your strength in all spheres of life.

Points to remember:

  • Have a small study group not exceeding 4-5 students.
  • Try to include like-minded students in the group who are enthusiastic to get most out the study group.
  • The group should clearly determine what they will cover in the next study session.
  • Convenient time schedule and location should be chosen for every session.
  • Test sessions and mock exams must be inculcated in the study schedules.


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Eliminate Exam Stress


HOW TO CULTIVATE SUCCESSFUL STUDY HABITS



One way to increase the likelihood of success in your educational pursuits is to consciously maintain productive and intentional learning habits. Everybody has some rooted habits; some are good and others are not. While it’s still dubious as to how long it takes to break a bad habit or instil a positive one; one thing is certain that cultivating productive study habits is essential to succeed scholastically.

Active learning approach

The best way to approach learning is to take it on as an active process. You need to ask questions, make methodological connections to the material, and review information for retaining it for long term. In a learning environment, the best learning habits for students are to be good listeners and active participants. There is much to be learned from professors and peers, and students need to develop the skill of asking challenging questions to both professors and peers. A well-read and prepared student is paramount.

Always come prepared

Complete your assigned readings and chapters before class so you have an idea of what to expect. This way you will know what you can’t understand and clear your doubts in the class itself. While taking notes focus on the important and main points of the topic. Also, form study groups and regularly discuss the topics you are studying.



Be a Critical learner

It is important to be a critical learner. When you read course material or are involved in any part of the learning process in the course reflect on the material from your own perspective.

Stay focused

While learning, it’s important to be productive and focused. Focus on scheduling daily tasks in a to-do list beforehand. Break down topics into time slots and make sure to finish them in schedule slot. This will help you feel rewarded and boost your motivation forward.

Quit passive learning

Never sit in the back of class thinking that you can passively learn. Through study groups, you can debate course topics. When someone challenges your opinion or what you held to be true, you are able to better apply the knowledge to defend that. A knowledge that stems from research ends up being your strength and helps to cement that information in your mind. If you can’t do that, taking good notes and practising what you learned help.



Establish a relatable connection

Given the amount of information one has to learn, memorization is inevitable. However, memorization is easier if the student can find a way to apply or relate to the information. Elaborating on and relating to the information will make the information much easier to understand and memorise for a longer duration.

Self-care

It’s easy to get focused on memorizing the material and completing syllabus, which is important. But unless you eat and sleep well, and have some time for enjoyment and stepping away, it will be difficult to endure the academic and clinical journey.



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NEET 2019: Challenging Answer Key and OMR Response Sheet


Challenging Official NEET 2019 Answer Key

NEET exam will be conducted by NTA on May 5, 2019 and the official answer key of NEET 2019 will be released around the last week of May.

The answer key of NEET 2019 is issued code-wise meaning the answer keys will be available for papers of each language of NEET question paper 2019.

After the release of NEET 2019 answer key, it is open for challenges by the candidates. NEET answer key 2019 will be open for challenge only for two days max.

In case a candidate feels that there are errors in the response considered correct by the authorities or they are incorrect, they can challenge the particular responses.

This process of challenging the answers of the official answer key is referred as ‘challenging the answer key’.

NTA might charge a non-refundable fee of amount INR 1000/- per answer for challenging. This fee will not be refunded even if NTA accepts the challenge.

How to challenge official NEET 2019 answer key

Step 1: Visit the official site nta.ac.in

Step 2: Enter your credentials i.e. ‘Registration Number’ and ‘Password’ and click login

Step 3: Now click on link of ‘Key Challenge’ tab and select the ‘Test Booklet Code’.

Step 4: Select the question for challenge and click on ‘submit’.

Step 5: Select the answer you think is correct and give your justification for challenge if required.

Step 6: Now click the ‘Confirm’ button and pay the required fee to submit the challenge. The fee has to be paid online via debit/credit card.

Step 7: Save the PDF and print the confirmation slip indicating that the payment is successful and the details of the answers which are challenged.



Challenging NEET 2019 OMR Response Sheet

Candidates will also be allowed to challenge the NEET OMR response sheet after its official release.

The scanned copy of the OMR sheet having the answers submitted by the candidates will be displayed online along with the NEET answer key in the last week of May 2019.

Candidates can challenge the OMR sheet In case they feel that an option other than the option marked by them is marked in the scanned image or some of the responses as they appear in the image of NEET 2019 OMR response sheet are incorrect.

NTA will give a window of two days to the candidates to challenge the NEET OMR sheet.

How to challenge NEET 2019 OMR response sheet

Step 1: Visit the official site nta.ac.in

Step 2: Click on the link which will be enabled when the OMR response sheet is open for challenge.

Step 3: Enter your login credentials i.e. ‘Registration No.’ and ‘Password’.

Step 4: Click on the ‘OMR Challenge’ tab as displayed on the screen.

Step 5: Candidates will be directed to a new page which will have two options:

  • Click here to view your OMR Answer Sheet’
  • ‘Click here for OMR Challenge’.

Step 6: On clicking the first link, the candidates OMR response sheet will be displayed while the second link will direct them to challenge any disaccord.

Step 7: Candidates will have to pay a requisite fee of INR 1000/- per response challenged by them. The amount is non-refundable, in case authorities accept the challenge the amount paid will not be refunded.


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NEET 2019: Calculate NEET score from NEET answer key

NEET 2019:Calculate NEET score from NEET answer key


NEET exam will be conducted by NTA on May 5, 2019 and the unofficial answer key will be available online on the day of the exam itself.

The answer key of NEET 2019 is issued code-wise meaning the answer keys will be available for papers of each language of NEET question paper 2019.

Candidates can compare the responses given in the NEET answer key 2019 with the responses submitted by them in the OMR sheet of NEET.

Candidates are recommended to mark each response in the NEET question paper that they are marking in the OMR sheet to compare later on with the NEET answer key 2019 and calculate their NEET 2019 score before the declaration of the official NEET result.

These answer key of NEET 2019 will be unofficial and the official NEET answer key 2019 will be released by NTA online a week before the declaration of the result around last week of May.

Candidates will have an option to challenge the official NEET answer key 2019 with the help of unofficial ones if they are unsatisfied with the responses.

After the release of official NEET 2019 answer key the OMR sheet of the candidates will also be made available which can also be challenged by the candidates.

Revised NEET answer key 2019 will be released about a week after the declaration of result, the release of revised answer key by NTA depends on the acceptance of the challenge made by the candidates.


Steps to calculate NEET score from NEET answer key

The candidates can use the official answer key of NEET 2019 to calculate their probable NEET score. Given below are the steps that should be followed while calculating the NEET score.

  • After NEET answer key 2019 is released, candidates can compare the answers marked by them (in the OMR sheet) with the answers in the official answer key of NEET 2019.
  • It is vital to check the code of the question paper and answer key while comparing. The sets and language of NEET 2019 answer key are mentioned at the top of the OMR sheet and the answer keys.
  • Calculate the total number of correct and incorrect responses. In case more than one answer is marked for a question, it must consider as an ‘unanswered’ response.
  • To calculate the score of NEET 2019 Use the formula given below :

          NEET 2018 Score= [4*(Number of Correct Responses)] – [1*(Number of Incorrect Responses)]


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NEET 2019: Exam Schedule, Dress Code, Barred Items

NEET 2019 Exam day important instructions

National Testing Agency (NTA) is going to conduct the National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination NEET 2019 on May 5, 2019 at 104 exam cities across the country.

Along with exam preparation candidates must also pay attention to important details to look out for in the examination hall.

Immediately after downloading the NEET2019 Admit Card, candidates must first check all the entries mentioned.

Below are some important rules that every candidate must know before appearing for the exam:

  • Carry the printed copy of NEET2019 admit card to the exam hall.
  • Reach the exam center much before the scheduled exam time; candidates won’t be allowed to enter the exam hall after 1.30 PM.
  • Carry downloaded Admit Card with Performa which is an attachment of Admit Card with Post Card Size Photograph duly affixed on it”.
  • Do not carry anything to the exam hall except admit card and photographs (as uploaded on the application form).
  • After receiving the test booklet check booklet properly (ensure the page number as mentioned on the cover page).

  • Do not carry any of the barred items to the exam (no provision of safe keeping place) and follow the dress code.
  • Candidates need to sign and give finger impressions on the attendance sheet.
  • Do ensure that you have signed twice on the attendance sheet.
  • Match the codes of the test booklet and answer sheet as soon as you receive them.
  • Fill up the test booklet using ball point pen only.
  • Fill the answer sheet and mark the responses using blue/ black ball point pen only.
  • Answer carefully as changing of answers is not allowed.
  • Do all your rough work on Test Booklet only.
  • Candidates must preserve their Admit Cards till their admission in MBBS/BDS Course.

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