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DateJun 5, 2017
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Students who are emerging in the (NEET) national eligibility cum entrance test will on 7th may 2017, tentatively, so students can make sure under for the completed syllabus of NEET 2017. The exam conducting authority, (CBSE) central board of secondary education has released NEET syllabus and pattern for students to arrange carefully for the test. The NEET syllabus 2017 is prepared after re-examining syllabus of different state boards as well as those prepared with the (CBSE) central board of secondary education, (COBSE) council board of school education (NCERT) national council of education research and training. Additional, NEET syllabus and pattern has been made following the suggestions from the (MCI) medical council of India and is severely based on topics, chapters and subject skilled through 10 + 2 / HSC level. This was done to institute consistency across the country maintenance in view the significance of dissimilar areas in medical education.

NEET exam pattern 2017:

The exam pattern will contains of type of question, number of question, marking scheme, etc.  The information about Exam Pattern of NEET is mentioned below:  

  • The examination will be conducted via offline mode and it’s based on pen and paper.
  • It will be include only one question paper which comprises of 180 questions.
  • Question will be objective type. Each question will include four optional answers; students are obligatory to mark the right answer only.
  • The exam time will be 3 hours.
  • The question papers will be composed of four sections ( physics, chemistry, botany and zoology )
  • The language of the question will be in (English, Hindi, Tamil, Assamese, Bengali, Guajarati, Marathi, telugu)

NEET Paper Style 2017

No Subject section Number of  question
1 Physics 45
2 Chemistry  45
3 Botany 45
4 Zoology 45
                       Total 180

NEET 2017 marking scheme:

Marking scheme of NEET 2017 exam is mentioned below:

  • The question paper will allow total 720 maximum marks.
  • Every one question will include 4 marks. Total 4 marks will be specified for each right answer.
  • There will be negative marking in this examination; one mark will be subtracted for every wrong response.
  • Students are obligatory to use only blue/ black ball point pen to mark their answers.
  • Students note down multiple answers for one question will guide to the negative marking.

NEET syllabus 2017:

The Syllabus of NEET 2017 will include of 4 subjects

  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Zoology and botany

For the improved preparations, students have to organize for the exam as per the officially arranged syllabus. The syllabus will be informed through the (MCI) medical council of India

The (NEET) national eligibility cum entrance test is a particular medical entrance exam in the country for offered admissions to approximately 53, 300 MBBS and for BDS seats in government, private and deemed medical universities. This year, NEET 2017 is programmed to be demeanour in 7th may 2017 (tentatively).

Section 1Physics
Lecture 1Physical world and measurement
Lecture 2Laws of motion
Lecture 3Kinematics
Lecture 4Work
Lecture 5Energy and power
Lecture 6Motion of system of particles and rigid body
Lecture 7Gravitation
Lecture 8Properties of bulk matter
Lecture 9Thermodynamics
Lecture 10Behaviour of perfect gas and kinetic theory
Lecture 11Oscillations and waves
Lecture 12Electrostatics induction and alternating currents
Lecture 13 Magnetic effects of current and magnetism
Lecture 14Electromagnetic waves
Lecture 15Optics
Lecture 16Dual nature of matter and radiation
Lecture 17 Atoms and nuclei
Section 2Biology
Lecture 18Diversity in living world
Lecture 19Structural organisation in animals and plants
Lecture 20Cell structure and function
Lecture 21Plant physiology
Lecture 22Human physiology
Lecture 23Reproduction
Lecture 24Genetics and evolution
Lecture 25 Biology and human welfare
Lecture 26 Biotechnology and its applications
Lecture 27Ecology and environment
Section 3Chemistry
Lecture 28Some basic concepts of chemistry
Lecture 29Structure of atom
Lecture 30Classification of elements and periodicity in properties
Lecture 31Chemical bonding and molecular structure
Lecture 32States of matter: gases and liquids
Lecture 33Thermodynamics
Lecture 34Equilibrium
Lecture 35Redox reactions
Lecture 36Hydrogen
Lecture 37s- block element ( alkali and alkaline earth metals)
Lecture 38Ketones and carboxylic acids
Lecture 39Organic compounds containing nitrogen
Lecture 40Bilomolecules
Lecture 41Polymers
Lecture 42
Lecture 43p- block elements