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16 Helping Centres for NEET UG 2013 Aspirants

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16 Helping Centres for NEET2013 Students
The Maharashtra state government accepted to be a part of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to Undergraduate Medical, Dental courses across the state. Consequently, the state's Maharashtra Health and Technology Common Entrance Test (MHT-CET), which was the combined entrance exam for admission to health sciences, engineering and pharmacy degree courses in the state has been replaced with MT-CET from 2013.

The state Directorate of Medical Education Research (CMER) has posted a detailed notification related to the NEET UG 2013, which will be conducted by the CBSE. The CBSE announced the detailed notification on NEET UG 2013 Registrations.

NEET UG 2013 Online Application form

In Maharashtra, the NEET UG 2013 will also be mandatory for admissions to the other health science degree courses such as MBBS, BDS, BAMS, BHMS, BUMS, BPTh., BOTh., BP&O, BASLP, BSc. Nursing, BMPT and other Health Science Courses.

The Maharashtra state to have 16 helping centres for NEET UG 2013 aspirants. The services of facilitation centers are free of cost and available only during working hours. To get the details about the facilitation centres, click here.

The DMER has cautioned all candidates aspiring for a SEAT in health science courses other than Medical and Dental, to ensure that they appear in the NEET UG 2013 to qualify for admissions to the other courses. "The state government will not be responsible if such desirous candidates fail to apply NEET UG 2013," Notification states.

The NEET UG 2013 will be conducted in 16 cities in the state. Am admission notice by the CBSE states that the NEET UG shall consist of one paper containing 180 objective type questions. Each questions carrying four options with single correct answer, from physics, chemistry and biology. The duration of the paper would be three hours.

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