After attempting NEET, students worry about their NEET score card. For how long is it valid? Union Health and Family Welfare ministry has announced that the NEET score card now valid for 3 Years by the NMC

The NTA (National Testing Agency) conducts the NEET exam for MBBS course admission  in India. The exam is a competitive exam and is very tough.

There are many students who wish to do their studies in Abroad Universities and are willing to come back to India after doing their MBBS course. Only those that clear NEET are allowed to appear in MCI Screening, so that the standard of medical services in India can be maintained, which MOKSH believes is really necessary.

As per the initially proposal NEET exam should have started from 2012. Firstly, due to some issue, implementation did not happen by CBSE. Secondly there was more problems due to Medical Council of India on that year. Now for the past 7 years NEET comes every year.

So, qualifying NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test) is compulsory for the students who do their medicine studies from Abroad. More than seven thousand students every year go to study MBBS course in abroad.

Earlier, the validation of NEET score card used to be for 1 year viz., the year you attempt but now it has extended as the NEET score now valid for 3 years in India. It is mandatory for all Indian students who want to take admission in foreign University.

The conduction of the main exam will take place tentatively on May-3-2020 in different centers in India. More than 15, 93,452 students have registered themselves for the exam. NEET 2020 result will be out on June-4-2020. This year it seems that the competition will be high level as it offers 75,893 medical seats and 37,913 dental seats.

Make sure you have Plan B with you. For more guidance and updates get in touch with