FAQs about NEET AIIMS JIPMER
Q. Is it compulsory to write NEET exam for MBBS admissions?
A. No, it is not compulsory. Students can pursue an MBBS degree either through NEET or AIIMS or JIPMER. While NEET paves the way towards admissions to study MBBS across a total of 400+ medical colleges in India, AIIMS lays the foundation for admissions to its 15 campuses through AIIMS entrance exam and the JIPMER offers a total of 200 seats through JIPMER entrance exam to pursue the courses offered by it.
Q. Is there any upper age limit for appearing for NET 2019?
A. The upper age limit now has been removed. According to the Supreme Court Directive, NTA has issued a notification to this effect.
Q. Is Aadhar card mandatory for applying NEET 2019?
A. Aadhar Card is not mandatory for NEET registrations. Other Government IDs also can be used for NEET registration.
Q.What is the number of attempts for appearing in NEET 2019?
A. There is no cap for the number of attempts. An aspirant can appear as many times as they want to.
Q. Is NEET mandatory for AYUSH courses?
A Yes, it is mandatory for candidates to appear and qualify in NEET for undergraduate AYUSH courses. Also, the NEET score is necessary for admission to veterinary courses.
Q.Which all AIIMS are participating in AIIMS 2019 Entrance?
A. AIIMS offers admission to MBBS seats available across thirteen AIIMS-New Delhi, Rishikesh, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Jodhpur, Patna, Raipur, Guntur, Nagpur, Kalyani, Raebareli, Gorakhpur and Bathinda. Whereas the 7 seats are offered at AIIMS New Delhi for foreign nationals.
Q. How many seats does AIIMS provide admissions to?
A. From this year onwards AIIMS will provide admission to 1200+ seats.
Q. Whether the counseling for AIIMS will be manual or online?
A. There is Online Counselling from the year 2018 onwards.
Q.Where are the campuses of JIPMER?
A. The JIPMER campuses are at Karaikal and Puducherry.
Q. How many seats do JIPMER provide admissions to?
A. Unlike AIIMS, JIPMER fills its 200 seats in this way
- Karaikal campus 50 seats
- Puducherry campus 150 seats.
Q.Which are the colleges that provide admissions through NEET?
A. Almost all the colleges in India provide admissions through NEET for MBBS or BDS degrees except for the autonomous institutions like AIIMS and JIPMER.
Q. How do AIIMS and JIPMER provide admissions through?
A. AIIMS AIIMS entrance exam
JIPMERJIPMER entrance exam.
Q.What is the Course duration for MBBS & BDS?
A. MBBS4.5 +1 Years
Both the above courses have 1 year of compulsory rotating internship.
Q. Is it better to pursue MBBS from India or abroad?
A. The medical education scenario has undergone drastic transformation since the introduction of NEET which has replaced the old AIPMT. Now, NEH is a single gateway for admissions to MBBS courses. There are around 470 medical colleges and 308 dental colleges in India. An MBBS degree from a good government college In India costs less than that of a degree In foreign countries like Russia China, the United States, and the European Union. The fees vary from Rupees 1,000 to 100,000 per annum. Various opportunities for specialization at the postgraduate level have made India a glooming country for medical education and research.
The two major countries for a foreign medical degree abroad that Indian medical students yearn to pursue are Russian and China. The cost of a foreign degree normally ranges between Rs.20 lakhs and Rs.60 lakhs for the complete period. Besides, India has witnessed an urge for research in vivid medical areas like genetics, forensic medicine, aerospace medicine, radiology etc. On the other hand, students gain experiences, ideas and ways of learning by studying abroad. Both preferences have their own merits and demerits. Hence it is the decision of the medical aspirant to choose the one that he aspires for after careful research.
Q. Is NEET mandatory for studying MBBS abroad in 2019?
A. Yes, qualifying NEET is mandatory for studying MBBS from other countries 2019 onwards.
Q. What are the difference between NEET UG and NEET PG?
A. Please find below an explanation
NEET UG: it is an entrance test for admission at into undergraduate level medical and dental courses. It is conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA).
NEET PG: It is the All India Level Entrance exam that caters to vacant medicine/surgery/dental seats at the postgraduate level. It is conducted by the National Board of Examinations (NBE) for admissions to MD and MS courses.
Q. What is the process for practice and further studies continuation in India by foreign Medical Students?
A. Graduates from foreign medical colleges have to clear a competitive and tough Foreign Medical Graduates Examination (FMGE), a screening test held by the Medical Council of India to determine whether the returning student is qualified for practice and further studies in India.