New Syllabus Continues For Neet Ug 2024, Nmc Ready After Discussion With All Boards
NEET UG New Syllabus: The National Medical Commission (NMC) Undergraduate Medical Education Board has finalized the country’s largest exam medical entrance examination NEET (UG) 2024 syllabus. Sources say that before finalizing the syllabus, the National Testing Agency (NTA) and NMC held a long-standing conversation with the state boards including CBSE, after which the syllabus of the entrance examination has been finalized. NMC has released the syllabus on the website.
Students and their teachers preparing for NEET (UG) should study the updated syllabus of NEET (UG) 2024 so that the preparation of the students can improve. Sources say that the NTA discussed with CBSE, CISCE, and State Boards of other states to prepare syllabus for the country’s largest medical entrance examination. All the Board of Education was sent to the syllabus and after that, an attempt was made to prepare the common syllabus. The purpose of preparing this syllabus is that all board students should get a chance to equal. In fact, board students from many states used to complain about the NEET UG syllabus that they are not taught about some parts of the syllabus, and many such chapters are included in the NEET UG syllabus. Now the NMC and NTA have tried together to have all the students of CBSE schools or a state board student, a common syllabus for all, and no discrimination against anyone. The NEET (UG) 2024 entrance exam will be held on 5 May 2024.
The trial is also an initiative
The Union Ministry of Education also wants all the school boards of the country to be brought on a common platform. CBSE and CISCE are two regular central school boards, while in addition to various states, there are 60 school boards. Each board has a different formula for academic standards, syllabus, and exam dates. After analyzing the results and evaluation systems of all the school boards, it has been felt that equality in evaluation, examination methods, and education level of boards is needed. Now the central examination for admission to medical courses in the country is NEET, JEE Main is for engineering, and in such a different school board, there should not be much difference in the syllabus of science. This difference should be reduced and initiative has been initiated in this direction. In 2023, 20.87 lakh students registered, and a record 97 percent i.e. 2038596 students were sitting in the examination.