NEET RESULTS 2021: ANNOUNCED check here

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NEET 2021 Result: Process to Check the Scores

Go to the official website of neet.nta.nic.in

Navigate to the

‘Download Result’ tab

Enter the roll number, password or date of birth

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NEET UG has to be conducted by CBSE board from 2022 onwards: NEET RESULTS 2021

Announcing results was never been a mess like this before.

The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG is conducted by the NTA from 2019 onwards.

This Test was being conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) till 2018.

There was a clear cut information about the date of announcement of results during CBSE era.

In order to avoid further confusions in coming years the responsibility of conducting NEET UG exam has to be given to CBSE board.

NEET result 2021: SC asks NTA to announce medical entrance exam results: Results are expected by tomorrow evening

Hindustan times

Most likely by tomorrow evening results will be out October 29, 2021. Please stay tuned.

Around 16 lakh students are eagerly waiting for results.

NEET 2021 Result: Process to Check the Scores

Go to the official website of neet.nta.nic.in

Navigate to the

‘Download Result’ tab

Enter the roll number, password or date of birth

Stay tuned for live updates.

NEET LONG TERM COACHING (REPEATERS BATCH) for NEET 2022

When will COVID 19 Third wave come in India? : Probable impacts on Indian education System

As we all know COVID-19 has hit Russia and China again, Now it’s our turn to be very cautious.

COVID 19 third wave is almost inevitable but not clear when it will occur.

We have already witnessed two highly disturbed and chaotic academic years in the history of Indian education system.

Since India has highest number students in the world, if the third wave hits India there will be a huge impact on education and subsequent R&D all over the globe.

If we do not take enough care now, we may have to shift to online mode of teaching in this year again. That will be a huge setback to the students who are doing preparations for entrance exams like NEET, JEE etc.

This will effect rural students very much. As most of them cannot afford or have good Internet connection.

The above said point is against SOCIAL JUSTICE.

Precautions that we can take

  • Avoid unnecessary travel
  • Follow masking and sanitisation orders
  • Double masking (it gives extra protection against COVID 3rd wave delta variant)
  • Whenever you touch something or someone, it is important to sanitise.
  • Always keep hand sanitiser and sanitising wipes with you wherever you go.