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NEET 2019: Exam Schedule, Dress Code, Barred Items

NEET 2019 exam is scheduled on 5th May, 2019 this year conducted by NTA at 104 exam cities across the country. Candidates have to reach the exam centers before 9.30 am nobody will be allowed to enter the exam center after the scheduled time.

To avoid any unwarranted delays, the conducting authority has advised candidates to reach their allotted exam centers two hours in advance. NEET Exam will be of three hours duration to be held from 02:00 PM to 05:00 PM.

NEET 2019 Documents to carry

Candidates will be required to carry:

  • Printed copy of NEET 2019 Admit Card
  • Multiple additional photographs (same as uploaded on the application form)
  • A valid ID proof
  • PwD Certificate (if applicable)
  • Any other items will not be allowed inside the Examination hall.

NEET 2019 Exam Schedule 

  • The entry in the examination hall begins from 11:30 AM
  • Checking of Admit Cards by the invigilator starts from 11:30 AM to 01:45 PM
  • Last Entry inside Exam Hall is by 01:30 PM
  • Distribution of Test Booklet starts from 01:45 PM
  • Seal of the Test Booklet to be broken/ opened to take out Answer Sheet from 01:55 PM
  • Exam Commences from 02:00 PM
  • Exam Concludes at 05:00 PM


The candidates are NOT allowed to carry following items inside the examination center under any circumstances.

  • Any stationery item like textual material (printed or written), bits of papers, Geometry/Pencil Box, Plastic Pouch, Calculator, Pen, Scale, Writing Pad, Pen Drives, Eraser, Calculator, Log Table, Electronic Pen/Scanner etc.
  • Any communication device like Mobile Phone, Bluetooth, Earphones, Microphone, Pager, Health Band etc
  • Other items like Wallet, Goggles, Handbags, Belt, Cap etc
  • All ornaments like Ring, Earrings, Nose-pin, Chain/Necklace, Pendants, Badge and Brooch etc
  • Any Watch/Wrist Watch, Bracelet, Camera, etc
  • Any metallic item
  • Any eatable item opened or packed, water bottle etc
  • Any other item which could be used for unfair means, for hiding communication devices like camera, Bluetooth device etc
  • No arrangement will be made at the centers for keeping any articles/items belonging to the candidates.
  • In case any candidate is found in possession of any of the barred items inside the center, it will be considered as use of unfair means and action will be taken against the candidate in accordance with the relevant provisions.


The candidates are instructed to follow the following dress code while appearing for NEET (UG)

  • The Candidate Should Wear Light Clothes like nobody can hide any instrument or devices for unfairness.
  • The Candidates have been advised to wear half sleeves Shirt or T-Shirt, Not having any big button or any badge which could be used to hide any devices.
  • Slippers, sandals with low heels and not the shoes which are not allowed in the Examination Centers.
  • In case, candidates are coming in customary dress for appearing in the examination, they should report at least an hour before the last reporting time i.e. 9.30 AM, so that they could be frisked properly
  • Candidates are advised not to bring items which are not allowed in the Examination Hall as no Safe Keeping Place will be provided.
  • Male Candidate:Wear light color clothes – Jeans/ Pant/ Shirt (half sleeves only), the button of shirt should be medium size not big enough. The Kurta Pajama not allowed, Shoes are also not allowed. Wear only sleepers or sandals.
  • Female Candidate:Light clothes (kurti/top) with half sleeves not having big buttons, brooch/badge, flower etc. with Salwar/ Trouser, Slippers, sandals with low heels are allowed. Shoes for female candidate are also not allowed.

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NEET 2019 Exam Details

How to check NEET 2019 : Result, Answer Key, Scorecard

Steps to check NEET 2019 Result

NTA will announce NEET 2019 Result online around 5th June, 2019 after all the answer sheets are thoroughly evaluated. The steps are as follows:

  1. Visit the official website of NEET at
  2. Under the Online Services, click on NEET Result
  3. A new tab will open. Enter the required credentials to get NEET Results.
  4. Enter your NEET credentials – Roll No. and Date of Birth and then submit it after verifying the details.
  5. NEET Result will be displayed on your screen.
  6. Download and take printout of your NEET Score Card.

Steps to Calculate NEET Score and Ranks

With the help of NEET Answer Key, candidates can calculate their expected scores and ranks. They can tally their answers with those given in answer key before the NEET Result is released.

Steps to check NEET 2019 Answer Key

  • The answer key will be released through online mode on the official website of NEET 2019.
  • Candidates will be able to check the OMR Sheets and Answer keys of NEET via online mode.
  • With the help of answer key, students can calculate their expected marks and ranks.
  • The authority will also provide the facility to challenge against the answer key. Students may challenge the answer key within the prescribed dates.
  • Candidates will challenge the answer key via online mode with the payment of INR 1000/- per answer.
  • If the challenge is accepted by the authority, the payment will be refunded to candidates.

Steps to Challenge NEET 2019 Answer Key

  1. At the official website of NEET 2019, login using your registration number and password
  2. Click on “Challenge NEET Answer Key” tab and submit it
  3. Select the question you wish to challenge
  4. Select your answer and give justified reasoning
  5. Click on “Confirm” and pay INR 1000 as fee through Debit/ Credit card
  6. Take a printout of the confirmation slip which contains details of the answer key challenged.

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Last Chance- study MBBS abroad without NEET 2019

India only offers around 60,000 medical education seats in total for both govt and private colleges, which makes it imperative for many candidates to pursue medical education abroad. In the bid to relieve Medical aspirants who are interested in pursuing MBBS abroad this year the Medical Council of India(MCI) with the approval of Government of India,Ministry of Health and Family Welfare,New Delhi has decided to make some positive amendments in “Screening Test Regulations, 2002” and “Eligibility Requirement for taking admissions in an Undergraduate Medical Course in a Foreign Medical Institution Regulation, 2002″ on 5th April,2019.

As per the notification the Board of Governors considered the matter and following decision has been implemented-

“Indian students/OCI, who have not qualified NEET-2018 and/or registered in NEET- 2018 and intending to take admission in MBBS or equivalent medical course in foreign medical institutions are exempted until the declaration of NEET-2019 result, which is scheduled to be declared on 5th June 2019. However, such candidates have to obtain an eligibility certificate from the Medical Council of India u/s 13(4B) of the IMC Act, 1956”.

This new rule comes as a welcome move as it will allow the students aspiring to study medicine in foreign countries at MCI approved medical institutions affiliated by their respective governments with ease.This is an excellent opportunity if you have been considering to study MBBS abroad at top medical universities.

The average admission process takes 6-12 months to get through in many institutions abroad.Along with managing finances and visa processing more time may get consumed.If the students can start their applications early without NEET2019 results by obtaining Eligibility Certificate from MCI their year wont get wasted.

With the low number of seats out there, there’s no guarantee of admission if you apply late.Therefore ascertain your medical seat with guarantee first and forget all your worries. Then continue processing your Indian application. It doesn’t cost anything (except for the registration fees) to start out the application.With a noted guidance counselor like Shreet Career Guidance you too can fulfill your dreams of studying MBBS abroad and become a qualified doctor.


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If you could not crack NEET 2018, don’t worry, it has taught you a lot even without you noticing. So, don’t get disheartened and sad over your results, instead, pull up your socks for NEET 2019.

1. Analyze previous year score

The first and foremost thing that you should do is to analyze your previous year’s NEET results. This will give you a sense of what your strength and weaknesses are and will help you improve the weak areas over the course of time. This will provide a mirror to your preparation and aid you in the future when choosing the learning platform and study material.

2. Join an e-learning

Now that you’ve already taken the exam once, you most definitely are familiar with the syllabus and the pattern. Joining online NEET coaching rather than a more traditional classroom program will be perfect for you. It will give you the flexibility and time to self-study that you need to succeed. Further, as the exam format has changed now, online NEET preparation with live interactive classes or recorded video lectures will help you get ready for the computer-based test.

3. Practice

Practicing different and abundant questions will be the key to success in your next attempt. When you practice questions, you are revising as well as strengthening your concepts at the same time. It’s like that age-old proverb, killing two birds with one stone. So, solve as many questions as you can. Moreover, it will also prepare you for the revised exam pattern. Choose different online tests for NEET 2019 .

4. Be in a comfortable environment

Comfort and peace of mind are paramount to preparing for a competitive exam. You can concentrate on your studies only when you have simple things like your meals and laundry sorted. So, let go of those worries by staying near/at your home and opting for a digital alternative like videos that will help you prepare according to your own personal needs, preferences, and pace. With the live interactive classes, you will be able to attend the classes at your home without wasting hours on the daily commute.

5. Know your saturation point 

Studying for 15 hours straight does not mean you are preparing for NEET 2019 well. You should strive for studying hard as well as smart. You can ask your teachers to mentor you in the right direction and not exhaust yourself too soon. Instead of reading the same thing time and again to understand the concept, you can look for alternate mediums like video lectures to quickly get the things.

6. Make an effective plan

A routine can take you places, especially when it comes to cracking competitive exams like NEET. You need to consistently revise and improve your scores in order to succeed. Make an effective timetable and syllabus breakdown throughout your time, and strictly follow the same to complete preparation in time.

7. Don’t feel disheartened 

Believe in yourself and try your best. Reward yourself when you achieve small goals like an average high score in practice tests or revision multiple times. This will keep you motivated and pumped up to work hard for longer periods of times.

8. Keep calm

Taking up tests will help you to maintain a cool and calm demeanor in the actual exam. Such tests are deliberately made a bit tough to help students prepare more for the final exam. So, if you score less on these exams, don’t lose hope; rather, check the detailed reports provided by the teachers and improve yourself.

9. Practice

Many a time in exams like NEET, questions are repeated or asked along the same wavelength. Practicing previous year papers will do wonders for your preparation. You will get a sense of the level and type of questions and if you’re lucky, you may even get one or two same questions.

10. Confidence in yourself

Just have faith in your preparation and hard work, and hope for the best. Have confidence in yourself.

As NEET 2019 will be conducted in February, don’t waste your time in just thinking. Follow these NEET 2019 preparation tips and get ready to ace the exam.

Syllabus of NEET UG 2019

The NEET is a three-hour long exam which includes three sections – physics, chemistry and biology.

Of the total 180 questions, 90 would be from biology and 45 each from physics and chemistry. Preparation syllabus includes the whole of Class 11 and 12 standard NCERT textbooks in the respective subjects. Every correct answer would fetch you plus four marks and every incorrect answer results in a negative mark. Questions that are not attempted do not have any penalty marks. So, choose your battles wisely, if you do not know a question for sure, do not mark it.


Syllabus of NEET UG 2019


1. Gravitation, Kinematics, Laws of Motion

2. Kinetic theory and perfect gas

3. System of particles, rigid body

4. Oscillations, waves

5. Work, Power and Energy

6. Bulk matter and its properties

7. Measurement, SI units

8. Heat, Temperature, Thermodynamics and its laws

9. Nuclei and Atoms

10. Electricity- Static and Current

11. Properties of matter, dual nature and radiation

12. Ray optics and optical instruments

13. Light- Reflection, Refraction, and laws

14. Magnetism and magnetic effects

15. Electrostatics




1. Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties

2. Equilibrium

3. Environmental Chemistry

4. Structure of Atom

5. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

6. Properties of Matter- Gases and Liquids

7. s-Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals)

8. p- block elements

10. Thermodynamics

11. Equilibrium

12. Redox reactions

13. Haloalkenes and Haloarenes

14. Surface Chemistry

15. Solid state

16. Solutions




1. Diversity in Living world

2. Structural organisation in animals and plants

3. Cell structure and function

4. Plant physiology

5. Human physiology

6. Reproduction

7. Genetics and evolution

8. Biology and Human welfare

9. Biotechnology and its applications

10. Ecology and environment.


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YES!!! MADRAS HC declare that for MBBS from Abroad need NEET qualify with 80% marks in 12th 



Madras High court Judgement :
From Next session onward to take MBBS admission in Abroad. Need 80%+ in PCB at HS(10+2) & must need to qualify NEET.
So its better for all students not to wait for next session & take admission in this year. Next year will be very crucial.



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MBBS Abroad Admission Without Neet

MBBS Abroad Admission Without Neet Possible Only Fews  Universities Each year hundreds of thousands of college students seem in NEET exam to seize the threat to pursue their dream of turning into a doctor. However, because of very confined number of seats in Indian authorities schools, simplest a touch fraction achieve this endeavor. From the entire populace of the scholars that put their hard work and perspiration, a mere 2% get thru, because of the confined number of seats available. In spite of their capability and flair for the profession, we see numerous students who circulate to a paramedical direction or grow to be losing years seeking to repeat the various front assessments. In different instances, when the pocket allows or as the last lodge, parents must choose big price shape of private colleges. When you have appeared in NEET 2017, we invite you to get best professional guidance as consistent with your desires and interests. Don’t miss the opportunity. Examine MBBS in Georgia, Ukraine, Russia, China, Kazakhstan, Philippines, Ukraine, Bangladesh.




court order

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After the last HC approval for ONE TIME EXEMPTION only for Not registered and not appeared, from the sources here come another decision from High Court for the all aspirants who are willing to take admission in ABROAD for MBBS, NEET is no more compulsory for this year only.  Now just waiting for the MCI official Notice.

Hurry students!! Don’t waste your time……. 


This is last time for all the aspirants who are willing for do MBBS from abroad without NEET. Grab the opportunity and complete your dream to be DOCTOR.

Be in Touch very soon we will back with the official notice from MCI.


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MBBS in Bangladesh is becoming a trend among Indian students who want to review MBBS abroad. The standard of medical education offered in medical schools in Bangladesh is exceptional with learning ambiance that encourages self-learning. Indian students find it simple to communicate with the individuals in Bangladesh as they speak and understand English. Affordable medical education with English medium of instruction is one amongst the main reasons for Indian students to pursue MBBS in Bangladesh.

The medical colleges in Bangladesh providing MBBS degree are recognized by the Bangladesh Medical Council. These colleges are affiliated to different universities within the individual region, specifically Dhaka University, Shahjahal University of Science & Technology, Rajshahi University, and ChittagongUniversity. The medical colleges underneath these universities embody government medical colleges as well as private medical colleges.

Advantages of learning MBBS in Bangladesh



The Medical Council of India (MCI) has recognized most of the medical colleges in Bangladesh. Indian students with MBBS degree offered in MCI recognized medical schools in Bangladesh are eligible to practice in India once having cleared MCI screening test.



The medical schools in Bangladesh provide MBBS course in English. English medium of instruction diminishes the barrier of learning the native language and helps the scholars in the conceptual understanding of the MBBS course.



The MBBS course fee in Bangladesh is incredibly reasonable as compared to MBBS fee structure in medical schools in India. The medical schools in Bangladesh supply flexible payment system where the students will make the MBBS course fee payment in one installment of multiple installments at the discretion of the school.



Bangladesh is a tropical country. The illness pattern in this country is analogous to that in India. Consequently, Indian students have the chance to achieve clinical expertise and knowledge of numerous diseases that are commonly encountered in India. The clinical training provided at the affiliated hospitals of medical colleges in Bangladesh is much structured and extremely qualified medical professionals are used for teaching and training clinical subjects.



For Indian students desire to study MBBS in Bangladesh, traveling to the country is incredibly convenient because the country is connected with India via Airway, Railway, Roadway, and Waterway.


The food habits are the same as Indian food habits with rice and dal being majorly served within the country. The hostels in most of the medical colleges in Bangladesh serve Indian food to the students. Several good restaurants for Indian students also are offered within the major cities of Bangladesh.

The accommodation for Indian students is less expensive because the hostel fee within the MBBS colleges in Bangladesh is very less as compared to hostels in medical colleges in India.

MBBS in Bangladesh has been gaining huge popularity in the past few years among Indian students who are seeking MBBS abroad. Above all, it’s discovered that the Indian students passing out from the medical colleges in Bangladesh have more than 90% success rate in the MCI screening test. We, as direct admission consultants for MBBS abroad, help Indian students who need to study MBBS in Bangladesh. We guide them to find the most effective MBBS College in Bangladesh and facilitate their MBBS admission process. Our aim is to ensure that Indian students make the right choice when they decide to study MBBS in Bangladesh.





What are the most widespread Universities in Bangladesh? We tried to answer this question by higher-education establishments:

  • being chartered, licensed and/or accredited by the appropriate Bangladeshi higher education-related organization
  • offering a minimum of four-year undergraduate degrees (bachelor degrees) or postgraduate degrees (master or doctoral degrees)
  • delivering courses predominantly in a traditional, face-to-face, non-distance education format


Our aim is to supply a non-academic League Table of the top Bangladeshi Universities based on valid, unbiased and non-influenceable web metrics provided by independent internet intelligence sources instead of data submitted by the universities themselves.


  • Bangabandhu Sheik Mujib Medical University

Founded in 1998, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University is a non-profit public higher education institution located within the urban setting of the metropolis of Dhaka (population varies of over 5,000,000 inhabitants). Formally accredited and/or recognized by the University Grants Commission of Bangladesh, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) is a medium-sized coeducational higher education institution. Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) offers courses and programs resulting informally recognized higher education degrees similar to pre-bachelor degrees (i.e. certificates, diplomas, associate or foundation degrees), bachelor degrees, master degrees, doctorate degrees in many areas of study. This 20 years old higher-education institution has a selective admission policy based on entrance examinations. The admission rate range is 0-10% making this Bangladeshi higher education organization a most selective institution. International students are welcome to apply for enrollment.

  • Chittagong Medical University

Founded in 2016, Chittagong Medical University is a non-profit public higher education institution placed within the urban setting of the metropolis of Chittagong (population varies of over 5,000,000 inhabitants). Formally accredited and/or recognized by the University Grants Commission of Bangladesh, Chittagong Medical University (CMU) is a very little coeducational higher education institution. Chittagong Medical University (CMU) offers courses and programs resulting in officially recognized higher education degrees similar to bachelor degrees, master degrees, and doctorate degrees in many areas of study.

  • Rajshahi Medical University

Founded in 2016, Rajshahi Medical University is a non-profit public higher education institution located within the medium-sized city of Rajshahi (population varies of 500,000-1,000,000 inhabitants). Formally accredited and/or recognized by the University Grants Commission of Bangladesh, Rajshahi Medical University (RMU) may be a coeducational higher education institution. Rajshahi Medical University (RMU) offers courses and programs resulting in officially recognized higher education degrees similar to bachelor degrees, master degrees, and doctorate degrees in several areas of study.



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