India is home to some of world’s best medical colleges. Because of their international standards and expertise in various fields they are well-acclaimed globally. They offer students palette of courses in medical science, both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Students may opt for various degrees like MBBS, MS , BDS, MD ,MDS etc., according to their requirements.
In the previous times, medical Test in India was commonly known as AIPMT, but it got changed to NEET. In the recent past, the medical department in our education system have had a lot of issues, but ever since the ordinance for declaring the NEET was released, a sustained stability is expected in the impending years.
Now that the 2016 NEET admission process is almost over and that many high courts and supreme courts have announced their judgments, there are slight changes in the process of medical admission via NEET from the year 2017 onward.
Under this new regulation, except for JIPMER & AIIMS, all private and government medical colleges will take admission via NEET scores only. Hence, there will be only 3 medical entrance exams in India – NEET, AIIMS & JIPMER. No State government led entrance exam will be allowed from 2017. Although, there was an exception given only for the year 2016 to some states who took admission via their state medical exams.
A medical aspirant should be also aware of all the differences that exists between these exams- AIIMS vs NEET, NEET vs JIPMER and AIPMT vs NEET.
The NEET 2017, this national level examination will be conducted to offer admission into the undergraduate courses in medical colleges of India. The NEET exam will be held in May 1st week for the year 2017. To crack the exam, the aspirants need to know the entire NEET syllabus for the year 2017. NEET 2017 syllabus will be made on the basis of the recommendations from the Medical Council of India (MCI) and is strictly based on topics, chapters and subjects taught in Class 12th standard. One should also know the important topics for this exam as it would help them in a great manner to systematize their study and work on topics that are more frequent in the exam.