State Education Board of Tamil Nadu is planning to provide free online coaching to NEET 2021 aspirants. As per the proposal, the coaching will be given to students of government and aided schools who aspire to appear for the national level medical entrance examination. Director of School Education, S.Kannappan, disclosed to media that the coaching classes shall commence from November 01, 2020.
This is not the first time when the state education board is planning on taking such an initiative. Even during the lockdown, the state helped NEET 2020 September exam aspirants to prepare better for the exam via online classes.
Amphisoft Technologie will organize the NEET 2021 online coaching classes through E-platform. It is expected to be more structured than before and will help students to prepare better for the exam.
The schools can sign up students for the coaching programme. Yet, the Department will also follow up with the district wise enrollment as well.
NEET is a national-level entrance exam conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) conducted every year for candidates who wish to pursue various medical courses like MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BUMS. BHMS. The examination is held offline, in pen and paper based mode. It is expected that NTA will soon announce the exam date and details for NEET 2021. As per the previous year’s trend, the exam is held on the first Sunday of May.
Recently, in a meeting with MHRD, Manish Sisodia suggested that the syllabus for examination like NEET and JEE Main should be reduced. The minister states that due to COVID lockdown and pandemic, students are not able to attend classes and prepare well for the upcoming exams. The entrance exam for the admission session 2020-21 also ended late. Hence, students had no time to prepare well for the exam.
If NTA will reduce the syllabus of NEET 2021 or not, will only be disclosed in due course of time. However, the exam is expected to be of 720 marks and there will be 180 questions in the exam. The questions will be of multiple choice type and from physics, chemistry, and biology. Each question will be of 4 marks and for each incorrect answer, 1 mark will be deducted.