AIPVT 2017 to be held through NEET

The All India Pre Veterinary Test (AIPVT 2017) is said to be held through National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2017.

In a notice released to all medical aspirants of the country, the AIPVT 2017 will be conducted through NEET 2017. As per the notification, the Veterinary Council of India is likely to use the merit list of NEET UG 2017 for allocation of seats to all the known veterinary colleges (except J&K). Read more

No NEET Exemption for Aspirants from Puducherry; Asked to fill NEET Application Form

As per the latest update, Puducherry students are asked to fill the NEET Application Form by Puducherry government as “a matter of ‘abundant caution’ since the Centre was yet to respond to its demand for exempting the union territory from the exam.

Puducherry government has earlier urged the union government to exempt students from this state for NEET for five (5) years. This decision was taken for the ‘larger interest of the students of Puducherry.’ Read more

How Can StudMonk Help Get My Dream Score In NEET 2017?

Every student passing his or her school aspires for a career in a professional field. So at the inception, the students need to crack the entrance exam in the respective fields they choose to enter. One such competitive exam for Medical aspirants is NEET. StudMonk app helps you get one step further in your preparations for NEET 2017.

Let us share with you the best ways you can leverage the app to score better in NEET 2017. Read more

5 Most Important Things NEET 2017 Aspirants Should Focus On In Last 4 Months

When you are preparing for NEET, time seems to run really fast. During the final phase of preparation, when only 4 months are left, it’s time to revise everything you have studied for NEET 2017. Undoubtedly, NEET is one of the toughest tests and you need to be thoroughly prepared in the final few months. Seek help and get the most out of your study schedule to secure a position with these tips. Read more


How to Stay Positive amid Entrance Exam Preparation Stress?

As exams approach, anxiety and tensions also start creeping into the minds of students. Stress and fear make them increasingly jittery together with a load of an extensive syllabus to be covered. Entrance exam preparation stress can literally squeeze out the best of the energy of students. It is only natural to feel overburdened with stress prior to the significant examination. Read more

2017 Medical Admission to be based on NEET score only, Confirmed!

CBSE has clarified queries of medical aspirants and their parents with regards to the consideration of Class 12th score along with NEET marks for medical admission. Despite the clarification, there is still ambiguity about admission rules for deemed universities in state, or the NEET 2017 syllabus. Read more

NEET 2017 to be considered as the first attempt – CBSE

CBSE has recently released a notification mentioning some alterations in NEET 2017 norms. It stated that NEET 2017 will be counted as the first attempt for all aspirants. AIPMT or NEET taken earlier will not be considered as an attempt. Read more

Download NEET 2017 Information Brochure Here

CBSE has released NEET 2017 Information brochure on It is important for all NEET aspirants to read the booklet carefully before filling the application form. Read more


NEET 2017 Exam Date Released!

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will conduct the National Eligibility-cum- Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to all medical colleges in the country on 7th May. The test is said to be held across 80 cities for admission to MBBS and BDS courses in medical and dental colleges of India, except AIIMS and and Jipmer Puducherry. Read more

UGC alters the age limit for NEET; No More 25+ allowed

There’s a sad news for all the medical aspirants above 25 years of age. University Grants Commission meeting in Delhi on Tuesday stated that the minimum age for NEET candidates will be 17 and the maximum 25. The cap on age for students from the reserved category will be 30. Also, candidates will only be allowed to take three attempts at cracking National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. Read more