Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan announced on Friday that admissions to the MBBS course (MBBS Admission) will be allowed through the Standard National Entrance Test NEET (NEET) at medical schools across the country, including all AIIMS (AIIMS) and JIPMER. Admissions to all medical schools except the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS-AIIMS admission examination) and the Jawaharlal Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (JIPMER-JIPMER entry examination) are officially carried out through the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET).
According to news agency language reports, Harsh Vardhan said, “As per the National Medical Commission Act, from next academic year (2020) onwards, general national entry review will extend to institutions of national importance such as AIIMS and JIPMER and MBBS specific counselling. He said,’ This will help set common standards in the country’s medical education field.
NTA NEET Exam 2020: NEET will be offline this time too All institutions of national importance such as AIIMS will be protected by the National Medical Commission Act, 2019, together with NEET, Common Counseling for MBBS and final year MBBS examination.
AIIMS and JIPMAR are currently conducting separate entrance exams under the Ministry of Health of the Union (aiims entrance examination and JIPMER entrance examination). In compliance with the NMC Act, the’ First Test Report’ will be the basis for gaining an entry or study permit in PG courses. It will also act as a screening test for undergraduate courses in international medicine.