Candidates above 25 years allowed to appear for NEET, Form Filling Date Extended till April 5 – SC

The Supreme Court of India allowed candidates above 25 years to appear in NEET. As per the court’s order, aspirants above 25 years of age can now appear in the NEET examination thrice, as new criteria for the same has been introduced. Read more

NEET 2017 Exam Centres: Last Date for Correction Extended till March 31

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has extended the last date for correction of exam city till 31 March 2017. Candidates should note that, the web portal for giving options for exam city will be open till 31 March 2017 (midnight).

Not just that, it has also made notable changes with regards to NEET 2017 Exam Centres. Recently, CBSE added 24 more cities as NEET 2017 exam centres. The exam which is scheduled to be held on May 7, 2017 will be held in total 104 cities. It will now have exam centres across Nanded as well. Read more

CBSE adds 24 more NEET centres

The number of registrations for NEET 2017 has relatively increased. Last year 8, 02,594 candidates registered for NEET/AIPMT. This year 11, 35,104 candidates have been registered. With the significant increase in the number of applicants, it is natural to have good number of NEET centres. Read more

Medical Council of India Eliminates limit on Age and Number of Attempts for NEET

The Medical Council of India (MCI) has removed the number of attempt and age limit for NEET. From now there will be no limit on the number of attempts for a candidate in NEET or age at which he/she can appear for the exam. Read more

AICTE gives permission for single entrance test for engineering courses from 2018

Admission to all engineering colleges across India will be done for admission to engineering courses through single entrance examination from 2018. The change will be along the lines of NEET, a single, all-India test for admission to medical and dental colleges.

AICTE, the legal body and a national-level council for technical education has approved a comprehensive package, comprising the single national test, for improving engineering education. Read more

Centre Likely to Conduct NEET in Urdu from 2018

Centre government in its response to the apex court of India regarding a plea filed by Students Islamic Organisation (SIO) on conducting NEET in Urdu, said that the government may consider it in 2018 not this year. 

On 3rd march 2017, a bench comprising of Justices Kurian Joseph and R Banumathi issued notice to Centre and MCI seeking their response on why National Eligibility cum Entrance test be not also conducted in Urdu language, which is sixth most spoken language in India. Read more


7 Tips to Beat the Winter Blues and Study Smart to Get Success

While studying in winters, you must have often experienced a different feeling – the strange kind of laziness, need for more sleep, lack of concentration, etc. There is nothing to worry about it as it happens with most of the people. We term this unusual erratic behavior as winter blues or winter depression. Read more


CBSE Opens One Time NEET 2017 Application Form Correction Window for Applicants

With the NEET 2017 application date already over, a lot of applicants were worried about the mistakes they have entered in the form. For such candidates, there is a good news! CBSE has opened one time NEET 2017 Application Form correction window to ensure the form is error free. The correction facility is available on from March 7 (10:00 a.m.) to March 12, 2017 (11:59 p.m.)

In order to ensure that data of the NEET-UG candidates are 100% correct and if any applicant has submitted wrong information in the form, the board is providing ONE TIME CORRECTION OPPORTUNITY. Read more

MBBS Students Asked to Vacate their Colleges Seats

The 519 students who qualified the toughest NEET exam were thrown out of their colleges by the Medical Council of India (MCI). The MBBS students were issued discharge notices by MCI of India, and asked to vacate their college seats as they had been ‘directly’ admitted without counselling. Doing so meant violation of the Supreme Court order of September 28, 2016, to state governments to hold centralised counselling and allot colleges to students based on their NEET performance. Read more

How to Take Breaks Between NEET Revision/Practise?

While preparing for NEET, it is very important to manage time. Too much studying often leads to mental fatigue, while less study can lead to poor preparation. Keeping a balance between the two is very important to have a healthy state of mind. This makes ‘breaks’ an essential part of your study schedule. Short timely breaks definitely improve effectiveness.

StudMonk experts suggest a few important NEET preparation tips that will keep you stay calm, relaxed and fresh during studies. Read more