NEET UG 2017 Updates: Aspirants to be set a limit maximum 3 attempts, higher age boundary set at 25 years and the lower age for NEET ug aspirants will be 17 years. More Information will be release shortly at NEET 2017 official website aipmt.nic.in or cbseneet.nic.in.
UGC has declared that the age limitation for NEET applicants will be 25 years at a meeting. The lower age for NEET 2017 aspirants will be 17 years. And for SC/ST/OBC candidate the upper age limit is 30 years.
Moreover it has been determined that the MBBS & BDS students will be allowed a limit of 3 attempts in NEET UG. In fact this verdict has been taken so that the coaching centres do not to figure out the modifying pattern of the test. As soon as the official notification of NEET 2017 is published at the official website of AIPMT aipmt.nic.in, or cbseneet.nic.in the eligibility criteria will become clearer.
The NEET 2017 mbbs test is held for admission into 15% seats in government medical colleges and dental colleges, And also other private medical and dental colleges across India apart from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana. The complete numbers of seats presented under NEET are 53,430 which are allotted accordingly. For private institutions there will be around 25,840 seats, and for government colleges there are 27, 590. However under NEET UG counseling seats it is estimated that there will be 3521 seats whereas on NEET basis seats there are 35,461 seats.
Aspirants who are announced qualified or eligible for All India Quota Undergraduate seats MBBS/BDS only will be qualified for online allotment procedure for All India Quota Seats and it is organized by the Medical Counselling Committee & ministry of Health and Family Welfare and Government of India. Candidates should remember that the neet 2017 official notification will be released on the official website of AIPMT or NEET.
NEET UG 2017 News: Karnataka medical colleges to increased 15% fees
In Karnataka all private medical colleges increase the fees 15%. For seats filled up thorough NEET 2017 was increased to Rs. more than 5.70 lakh.
Seemingly, the verdict is taken so that Karnataka can keep as a minimum 3,500 medical seats for native apprentices who will write the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test probable in May. The fee for medical seats under the subsidized government quota was increased previous year to Rs 70,000 from Rs 55,000. Fee for seats filled up through NEET was hiked to Rs 5.75 lakh from Rs 4.25 lakh.
As said by the sources, the Karnataka government has signed a consensual contract with private institutions under the Karnataka Professional Educational Institutions (Regulation o f Admission and Determination of Fee) Act, 2006. Under this, non-minority private colleges will share with 40% seats (minority colleges provide 25%) for native apprentices. The yearly fee for these seats is subsidized and fixed by the government. Karnataka has 55 medical colleges presenting 8,075 MBBS seats. Of these, 18 are government colleges with 2,400 seats. From 2017, CBSE NEET will be held for the 1st time in Karnataka for Government shared seats. KEA will arrange the merit list based on the NEET 2017 UG score and will be allotting the government quota seats of medical and dental to the qualified aspirants.