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                                16-12-2018

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Eligibility for FREE Mock Tests of NEET (UG) 2019 at ‘Rainbow’  :

1. Candidates secured 95% & above in Xth  Board Exam

2. Candidates secured 94% or above in (10+2)  Board Exam

3. UR Candidates secured total 450 or above marks in NEET (UG)

4. SC Candidates secured total 300 or above marks in NEET (UG)

5. All ST & PH candidates appearing NEET (UG)

List of Mock Tests for NEET (UG) 2019

30.12.2018 (SUNDAY) : FIRST Front-line Test (1st Mock Test)
Exam Time : 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Exam Syllabus : Full syllabi of Class XII course
Question Patterns : 180 objective type questions of 4 marks each ; Physics 45 questions, Chemistry 45 questions, Biology 90 questions,
Venue : 166/C/515/1 Lake Gardens, Kolkata – 45

03.02.19 (SUN):SECOND Front-line Test (2nd Mock Test)
Exam Time : 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Exam Syllabus : Full syllabi of NEET (UG) 2019
Question Patterns : 180 objective type questions of 4 marks each ; Physics 45 questions, Chemistry 45 questions, Biology 90 questions,
Venue : 166/C/515/1 Lake Gardens, Kolkata – 45

03.03.19 (SUN):THIRD Front-line Test (3rd Mock Test)
Exam Time : 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Exam Syllabus : Full syllabi of NEET (UG) 2019

24.03.2019 (SUNDAY) : FOURTH Front-line Test (4th Mock Test)
Exam Time : 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Exam Syllabus : Full syllabi of NEET (UG) 2019

07.04.19 (SUN) : FIFTH Front-line Test (5th Mock Test)
Exam Time : 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Exam Syllabus : Full syllabi of NEET (UG) 2019

21.04.19 (SUN) : SIXTH Front-line Test (6th Mock Test)
Exam Time : 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Exam Syllabus : Full syllabi of NEET (UG) 2019

Issue of Conducting biannual NEET exam raised in Rajya Sabha

                                  14-12-2018

A record number of aspirants have enrolled for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) scheduled to be held on May 5, 2019. According to the Times of India, 15.19 lakh candidates have signed up for the test this year, an increase of 14.4%.

01-12-2018

NEET 2019: Registration date extends until December 7

Candidates who wish to get registered for the exam must visit the official website of NTA, www.nta.ac.in.

                                                                     29-11-2018

Boon for medical aspirants: SC

   removes upper age limit for NEET   

      30 Nov 2018 11:36 PM Kolkata:

Hundreds of medical aspirants from Bengal have expressed a sigh of relief after the Supreme Court passed a ruling that lifted the upper age limit for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), a national level medical entrance examination. Many medical aspirants from the state demanded that the Centre withdraws the upper age limit of the applicants who are eager to study medical. Earlier, the Centre had imposed a restriction on the upper age limit of candidates.

According to the norms imposed by the Medical Council of India (MCI), General category students below the age of 25 were allowed to appear for the medical entrance examination while in case of reserved category students the upper age limit was fixed at 30. Incidentally, it may be mentioned here that a city based doctor, Dr A K Maity wrote to the Prime Minister urging him to take some steps to withdraw the upper age limit of the candidates who aspire to study medical. According to Dr Maity, many general and reserved category students from Bengal are interested to study medical despite crossing the upper age limit.

Even in last year, the Centre had imposed the upper age limit on the same. It was learnt that there were around 14,000 medical aspirants in the country who were willing to appear for the medical entrance examination but fail to do so due to the age bar. In Bengal, the number could be around 400-500, said Dr Maity, an expert in the field of medical education in the country. “We are thankful to the Supreme Court who has passed a ruling allowing the students above the age group to appear for the NEET. The Apex Court also extended the last date of filling up the NEET application by seven days across the country. This is no doubt a remarkable decision which will give an opportunity to many deserving candidates who are willing to appear for the medical entrance examination,” Dr Maity said.

It may be mentioned that a 45-year-old Pradip Haldar, a share cropper from a remote village in Murshidabad had cleared the medical entrance examination in the state but failed to secure admission in a medical college as he ranked below on the merit list. There had been instances in Bengal where students above the stipulated age group cleared the state level medical entrance examination conducted by the state government as there was no restriction on the upper age limit in the state, Dr Maity maintained

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RITWIK KUMAR SAHOO – 2ND , HS – 2018

SOURADIP NATH – 4TH , HS – 2018 , SAYAN KR DAS – 4TH , HS – 2018 , DIBYADOOT  SASMAL – 4TH , HS – 2018, SARIFUL ISLAM – 5TH , HS – 2018, ANUBHAB CHAKRABORTY – 5TH , HS – 2018 , BISHAL GANGULY – 5TH , HS – 2018 , DEBDATTA PAUL – 6TH , HS – 2018 , KUNTAL BIT – 6TH , HS – 2018 , GARGI CHATTERJEE – 7TH , HS – 2018, RAJSEKHAR CHATTOPADHYAY – 8TH , HS – 2018, KRISHNENDU KUNDU – 8TH , HS – 2018  ……….& Many more

Congratulations to all our NEET (UG) 2018 qualified students

Ritwik Kumar Sahoo , 1st  from West Bengal. Marks obtained-676 out of 720 (HS 2018 appeared student) &   Others

Millennium Post – OBC student ranks 13 in NEET, makes Bengal proud         5 Jun 2018 ( right side scroll)

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