According to latest reports, the Supreme Court has issued a notice in a writ petition filed by 41 PG qualified doctors challenging the last minute changes in the NEET SS 2021 Exam pattern. The supreme court stated that as additional documents are required to be filed and served to the respondents, the case will be heard next Monday.
The National Board of Examination recently also revised the NEET SS 2021 Registration dates to September 22, 2021. The NEET SS 2021 Exams are scheduled to be conducted on November 13 and 14, 2021.
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NEET SS Exam Pattern
According to the present exam pattern 60 percent marks will be from the Speciality and 40 percent from Generic feeder courses. While speaking about the changes in the NEET SS 2021 exam pattern it was stated that 100 percent of questions are from General Medicine and there were questions based on the practice that the students did in Critical Care which has been completely changed.
In April 2018, the Ministry of Health had sent a letter in which it was stated that 40 percent of the questions which were to be asked from primary feeder board speciality should be asked from all specialities and also requested to be notified in advance.
The counsel further added that earlier 60 percent of the questions were from the specific speciality but now there will be 100 percent questions from general medicine which will prove beneficial for those who are in general medicine.
The NEET SS examinations are conducted by the National Board of Examinations for the admissions to various DM/ MCh (Doctorate of Medicine/ Magister Chirurgiae) courses offered in the various medical colleges across the country.