Nursing is an important component of the healthcare system. It teaches the practical approach to maintain individuals' health and provide care to them until they attain a recovery. The course provides detailed training to medical aspirants. The course focuses on the care of patients and assists them. Every country's economy is highly dependent on its medical system. Nursing acts as a support system to the health care system. They help the sick to recover and maintain their hygiene and medication schedules. Health care is increasing exponentially, the country is in need of registered nurses and midwives, there is huge demand and bright career scope in this field. Nursing is the profession of nobles and the best way to serve the country and earn well.
NEET UG is conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency)
•Citizens of India, NRIs, Persons of Indian origin, and overseas citizens of India are eligible to appear.
• For qualifying exams, candidates must have passed 12th with PCB as core subjects or equivalent.
•Minimum age is 17 years to appear in the exam.
•Class 12th marks are also considered in NEET, 50% for Unreserved category, 40% for OBC/ST/SC, 45% for PWD candidates.
•There is no limit in the number of attempts.
NEET Application Process
•Registration in neet.nta.nic.in
•Filling application form.
•Uploading required files like photos and signatures of the candidate.
•Confirmation slips print out.
•Date of birth
•Persons with disability
•Do you belong to the minority category
•Are you suffering from diabetes
Place of birth
•Place of birth
Choice of a medium of paper
•Choose from the following options that will be given: English, Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Assamese, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Urdu.
Choice of exam centre.
•Choose four exam centres in decreasing order of preference.
Academic Details (10th, 11th, 12th)
•Name of school
•Name of board
•Address of school
Permanent Address of the candidate
Details of parents
Before submitting, carefully confirm all the details.
•Other background classes: Rs.1400
•Person with disability: Rs.800
Duration: 3 hours
Pattern: Multiple Type Questions
Mode of exam: pen and paper test
Language: English/ Hindi (11 others official languages)
Number of questions: 200 (out of which 180 is needed to be answered)
Total marks: 720
Marking scheme: 4 marks will be awarded for each correct answer and 1 mark will be deducted for each incorrect answer with no negative marks for the unattempted questions.
Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology (11th and 12th)
Each subject is divided into sections A and B respectively. Section A consists of 35 questions of 140 marks and section B of 15 questions and 40 marks.
Counselling of NEET will be conducted at All India level by MCI (Medical Council of India)
Syllabus for NEET
Biology: Diversity in the living world, Structural organization in Animals, Cell structure and Function, Plant Physiology, Human Physiology, Reproduction, Genetics and Evolution, Biology and Human Welfare, Biotechnology and its Applications, Ecology, and Environment.
Chemistry: Some basic concepts of chemistry, the structure of the atom, classification of elements and periodicity in properties, chemical bonding and molecular structure, states of matter: gas and liquid, thermodynamics, equilibrium, redox reaction, hydrogen, s-block elements, some p-blocks elements, organic chemistry, hydrocarbons, environmental chemistry, solid-state, solutions, electrochemistry, chemical kinetics, surface chemistry, general principles and processes of isolation of elements, p-block elements, d and f block elements, coordination compounds, haloalkanes and haloalkenes, alcohols, phenols and ethers, aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids, organic compounds containing nitrogen, biomolecules, polymers, chemistry in everyday life.
Physics: Physical world and measurement, kinematics, laws of motion, work energy and power, the motion of systems of particles of a rigid body, gravitation, properties of bulk matter, thermodynamics, the behaviour of gas and kinetic theory, oscillations of waves, electrostatics, current electricity, magnetic effects of current and magnetism, electromagnetic induction and alternating currents, electromagnetic waves, optics, dual nature of matter and radiation, atoms and nuclei, electronic devices.
Candidates can use their NEET scorecard to apply in any institution whether national or state level. The Indian Nursing Council (INC) has declared criteria for Bsc Nursing. NTA has no role in laying down B.sc Nursing conditions for NEET, which is confirmed by the officials.
The result of NEET (UG) will be considered for admission to BSc Nursing (Undergraduate program). Many national and state institutions are bound to accept Bsc Nursing admissions via a score of NEET following all the required guidelines. Candidates are eligible to apply to different colleges with their NEET scorecard for admission. The college will grant admissions.
By Mithila Rathod
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