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NTA NEET Exam 2021: Admit card will be issued. Examination will be held in three cities of Jharkhand

Dhanbad, National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is being conducted by the National Testing Agency on 12th September. The exam will be held from 2 pm to 5 pm. Examination centers have been set up in three districts of Jharkhand. This includes Ranchi, Jamshedpur and Bokaro. To appear in the exam, the admit card will be downloaded from September 9. Around 900 students will appear in this exam from Dhanbad. NEET expert Sanjay Anand told that according to India, you will be able to download the admit card three days before the exam. On this basis, the admit card will be downloaded from September 9. You can download the admit card by visiting the NTA website (

The National Testing Agency has changed the pattern this time. The exam will be conducted on the same pattern. There were 180 questions asked in NEET in 2020. Students were given three hours to solve the exam. This time there will be 200 questions. Time is also three hours like last time. This time out of 200 students will be able to skip 20 questions i.e. a total of 180 questions will have to be solved. One fourth will be negative marking, so time management is very important.

The number of questions will be 50-50 in Physics and Chemistry and 100 questions in Biology (Batni 50 and Zoology 50). Physics, Chemistry, Botany and Zoology can leave five questions each. There will be two phases in each subject. There will be 35 questions compulsorily to be attempted in Phase-I. In Phase-2, out of 15 questions, ten questions have to be answered. One fourth negative marking.

Will be able to give exam in 13 languages i.e English, Hindi, Assamese, Marathi, Bangla, Punjabi, Gujarati, Malayalam, Odia, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and Kannada.

(EW Correspondent)



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