NEET 2021: NTA Releases Official Notice on the Exam Date, Eligibility, Syllabus, ETC.


All the candidates waiting to appear for the 2021 NEET exam, buckle up your time has come. National Testing Agency discharged a notice earlier yesterday that the NEET exam will be held on August 1, 2021.

NEET Exam dates out

The details about the registration and application date have still not been released. However, the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test should expect more than its 16 lakh candidates from 2020.

The detailed schedule about the registration and application will be posted soon on NTA’s website- So, all the interested candidates keep an eye on the website regarding NEET Exam 

What is not settling is that despite the pandemic, NTA has announced to conduct the examination offline but only once this year. The offline mode for 2021 remains despite other speculations outside. 

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Furthermore, the students are advised to keep constant tabs on the website where NTA declared earlier to update the complete information regarding the exam, syllabus, eligibility criteria, age requirements, reservations (especially after the recent sc/st debate).

The date for this update, as aforementioned, has not been unveiled yet.

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is usually conducted in 8 regional languages. But this time around its being conducted in 11 languages, including Hindi and English. NEET Exam is conducted for admission to all medical and dental courses and includes validity for those of BSMS, BUMS, AND BHMS.

With the date of examination announced to take place on August 1, 2021- Sunday, news about the start of registration and application form is yet to be announced.

It is highly recommended that all the interested students keep a constant check on the official websites of NTA- and

It’s been a tough year, but finally, everything seems to be gradually falling back into its place. Stay strong and take the leap forward for your NEET Exam



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