This article on NEET UG statistics will evaluate different aspect of NEET UG through years.
The exam is a competitive entrance exam organized for the medical aspirants to secure their medical seat in India or Abroad.
It is one of the toughest examinations conducted in India.
For the preparation of the NEET examination candidates must follow some strategies to clear the exam with flying colours. Candidates can check out NEET-Preparation Tips-Effective Study Tips to score well in NEET examination.
NEET Statistics – Over the years
The only entrance examination conducted in India for medical admissions is NEET.
Entrance exam was initially proposed to take place from 2012, However due to certain reasons the proposal was not implemented by CBSE and Medical Council of India on that year. On May 5, 2013 the Government of India announced that across India, the medical entrance test i.e. NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) for students seeking admission for Under-Graduate and Post-Graduate Medicine was implemented. Since it has been long 7 years NEET examination has been conducted every year.
On May 3, 2020 NEET examination will be held this year.
Over the past few years the number of examinee has been increased or may be decreased.
In this article you will be reading about the statistics of NEET exam over the past few years.
There has been a drastic change in the number of candidates registered and the number of candidates appeared. According to the report the number of female candidates is gradually increasing year by year.
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NEET Stakes are High
NEET UG entrance test is to be conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency). As per the analysts, the competition of NEET exam is escalating in contrast to previous year examination. This year Cut off level will rise and the level of difficulty will also hike up. Every year around 15 lakhs students registered for NEET UG and every year the percentage of candidate’s strength up by 15% more than the last year. According to the report presented by Dr. Harsh Vardhan, there are around 83,075 MBBS seats, 26,949 BDS seats, 50,720 AYUSH and 525 B.VSc & AH in India for the aspirants who qualify NEET UG EXAM. So, among 15lakhs candidates only 75,000 candidates will secure MBBS seat in India.