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Will NTA conduct NEET twice a year | How many times one can appear in NEET

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Doubts, Confusions about NEET (National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test)
Will NTA conduct NEET twice a year ?

How many times NEET exam is held in a year ?

Will neet be conducted two times in 2021 ?


Please be informed that till 2020 NTA used to conduct National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) once in a year with more than 71,000 undergraduate seats i.e. MBBS admissions across the country.

However, MBBS admissions in AIIMS and JIPMER which until 2019 were done through their own separate exams will this year be based on NEET 2020 scores followed by counselling. Implementation of the NMC Act and cessation of both AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER MBBS exams have created a greater demand for NEET which may ultimately force to conduct the NEET examination twice a year in future. NTA has already received various proposals and suggestions that the exam be conducted twice a year.

AIIMS MBBS was tougher than any other medical entrance test in India. To maintain the standards of the Institution, NTA has been advised by several experts to focus on the pattern of the NEET question paper. Expecting an increase in the difficulty level of the examination, various student bodies have requested NTA to increase the frequency of the examination to twice a year, like JEE Main, to enable them to pick the best score of the two exams.  So, there are some discussions and planning going on at primary level and frequency of NEET may be increased to twice a year from the academic session 2021-2022 for which the confirmation is yet to come. However, this would be possible only after the final nod from the central health ministry.  

Nevertheless, there would be certain benefits as well as difficulties of conducting or appearing NEET twice in a year. (If you want to know about this, please let us know in the comment section. We can discuss about the various pros and cons of having NEET twice in a different post).

Is there any restriction of number of attempts in NEET exam ?

How many times one can appear in NEET ?


There is no such attempt limit in NEET till 2020, only age limit is applicable.


NEET Eligibility: Are Private and NIOS Candidates eligible to appear in NEET exam conducted by NTA ?

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Solved Test Series, Practice Questions Bank for JEE, NEET | s-Block Elements | Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals

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 s-Block Elements (Alkali Metals, Alkaline Earth Metals)
Chemistry India Study Solution Test Series

Preparation guide for NEET, JEE Main, JEE Advanced, IIT, AIIMS, NTSE | Engineering, BDS, MBBS Admission Test

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Here we bring you a new Set-4 (Questions 31 - 40) of practice questions from chemistry test series, s-Block Elements or Alkali Metals (Group 1 elements) and Alkaline Earth Metals (Group 2 elements).

Each set comprising 10 MCQ objective questions with hints & solutions (given at the end) from our Chemistry Solutions exclusively from Group-I and Group-II elements of Periodic Table.

In each set you will find a combination of typically important some basic and also advanced level questions helpful in confidence enhancement during preparation of NEET-UG, JEE Main & Advanced (IIT) AIIMS, IMS BHU, JIPMER, COMEDK, MBBS Admission Tests, Engineering Entrance Exams, NEST and other such competitive exams.

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Chemistry Practice Questions: s-Block Elements

(Group 1 Elements: Alkali Metals; Group 2 Elements: Alkaline Earth Metals)

India Study Solution MCQ Test Series – Set 4 (Q. No 31-40)

Question 31: Which compound is highest covalent -

a. LiCl

b. LiF

c. LiBr

d. Lil


Question 32: Ionisation potentials of alkaline earth metals are -

a. less than alkali metals

b. same as that of alkali metals

c. more than alkali metals

d. equal to zero group elements


Question 33: On combustion in excess of air sodium mainly forms -

a. Na2O

b. Na2O2

c. NaO3

d. none


Question 34: Which of the following has largest size in aqueous solution?

a. Li

b. Na

c. K

d. Cs


Question 35: Which one of the following is the correct statement?

a. Beryllium exhibits coordination number of six.

b. Chlorides of both beryllium and aluminium have bridged chloride structures in solid phase.

c. B2H6.2NH3 is known as ‘inorganic benzene’.

d. Boric acid is a protonic acid.


Question 36: Lithopone is a mixture of -

a. barium sulphate and zinc sulphide

b. barium sulphide and zinc sulphide

c. calcium sulphate and zinc sulphide

d. calcium sulphide and zinc sulphide


Question 37: Reaction of Cl2 with hot and conc. NaOH produces

a. NaClO

b. NaClO3

c. NaClO4

d. NaClO2


Question 38: Epsom salt is

a. MgSO4 : 7H2O

b. CaSO4 : H2O

c. MgSO4 : 2H2O

d. BaSO4 : 2H2O


Question 39: Suspension of slaked lime in water is called -

a. quick lime

b. milk of lime

c. lime water

d. washing of lime


Question 40: H2O2 → H2O + O2

a. Oxidation of H2O2

b. Reduction of H2O2

c. Disproportionation of H2O2

d. Acidic nature of H2O2


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s-Block Elements

(Group 1 Elements: Alkali Metals; Group 2 Elements: Alkaline Earth Metals)

Solutions of Chemistry Test Series (MCQ) – Set 4 (Q. No.31–40)

Answer 31: d. Answer 32: c. Answer 33: b.

(Hint: Na + ½ O2 → Na2O; Na2O + ½ O2 → Na2O2

Na2O2 is the main product having some NaO2).

Answer 34: a. Answer 35: b. Answer 36: a. Answer 37: b. Answer 38: a. Answer 39: b. Answer 40: c.

 s-Block Elements (Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals)
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NEET Eligibility: Are Private and NIOS Candidates eligible to appear in NEET exam conducted by NTA ?

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Doubts and Questions regarding Eligibility for NEET (UG) Exam

Can a private candidate give NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test - UG) ?

Are private candidates eligible to appear in NEET exam conducted by NTA ?

Does private candidates appear in the NEET Exam ?

Are the NIOS candidates passed 10+2 from Open School eligible for NEET ?


Till today Candidates who have passed 10+2 from Open School or as private candidates shall not be eligible to appear for ‘National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test’. To be eligible to appear in NEET You should have studied for a continuous period of two years as a regular student, studying Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-technology at 10+2 level.

However, this matter is lying before the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi, Hon’ble High Court of Allahabad, Lucknow Bench and Hon’ble High Court of Madhya Pradesh at Jabalpur. The provisions of the regulations disqualifying recognized Open School Board candidates and the candidates who have studied Biology/Biotechnology as an additional Subject has been struck down. Keeping in view of this, candidates who have passed 10+2 level with Biology as an additional subject will also be eligible for MBBS Entrance Examination (as per Hon’ble High Court Order No. 2341/-W/DHC/WRIT/D-1/2019 dated 24/09/2019 in the Writ Petition (C) No. 6773/2019).

The Medical Council of India (MCI) has preferred Special Leave Petitions before the Hon’ble Supreme Court and Appeals in the Hon’ble High Courts. Therefore, the candidature of candidates in the NEET (UG)-2020 who have passed the qualifying examinations i.e. 10+2 from National Institute of Open Schooling or State Open Schools or as private candidates from recognized State Boards; or with Biology/Biotechnology as additional subject shall be allowed but subject to the outcome of Special Leave Petitions/Appeals filed by the Medical Council of India).

Further, CBSE candidates who have opted for Biology as an additional subject, private candidates, and distant learning candidates, all these candidates are eligible for NEET and hence, can appear in the NEET Exam (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test - UG), which is conducted by NTA, like a regular candidate. He/she should have 50% marks in your intermediate as an unreserved candidate and 45% for reserved candidates (OBC/SC/ST).

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India Study Solution : NTA NEET 2020 results and NEET re-exam dates

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Welcome friends to EduNews section of India Study Solution where you get the NTA NEET, JEE related latest news, syllabus updates and more.  

National Testing Agency (NTA) has announced that NEET 2020 results will be declared on 16th October, 2020, on the official website of NEET.

Candidates who appeared for the NEET 2020 exam are requested to visit NEET official website for the process of checking and downloading their respective NEET Result 2020, once released.

NEET 2020 re-exam

As per the direction of honorable Supreme Court NTA will conduct the NEET re-exam on October 14, for candidates who could not appear for in the NEET Exam conducted on September 13 due to Covid-19 restrictions or because of residing in containment zones in lockdown. 

This year, the NEET and other competitive exam results have been delayed due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The NEET re-exam will be held from 2 to 5 pm on October 14. Candidates are advised to visit the NEET website,, to check instructions and admit card for appearing in the special exam.

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NEET and JEE preparation | Physics Guide with Hints and Solutions | Electrostatics

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India Study Solution MCQ Test Series

(Practice Questions with Hints and Solutions)

NEET, JEE Main, JEE Advanced | Medical and Engineering Entrance Exams | MBBS Admission Test

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Here is your next Test Series a set of 10 most important solved questions (Q. No. 21-30) for NEET and JEE from Electrostatics in Physics with their hints & solutions.

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Electrostatics  - Questions Bank with Solutions

India Study Solution Test Series – Set 3 (Q. No 21-30)

Question 21: When charge is given to a body

a. more charge accumulates at regions of small curvature

b. more charge accumulates at regions of large curvature

c. charge is distributed uniformly irrespective of curvature

d. none of the above is true


Question 22: Two equal positive charges are kept at points A and B. The electric potential at the points between A and B (excluding these points) is studied while moving from A to B. The potential

a. continuously increases

b. continuously decreases

c. increases then decreases

d. decreases then increases


Question 23: There are two metallic spheres of same radii but one is solid and the other is hollow, then:

a. solid sphere can be given more charge

b. hollow sphere can be given more charge

c. they can be charged equally (maximum)

d. none of the above


Question 24: A charge of 5C experiences a force of 5000N when it is kept in uniform electric field. What is the potential difference between two points separated by a distance of 1cm?

a. 10V

b. 250V

c. 1000V

d. 2500V


Question 25: The unit of permittivity of free space εo is

a. coulomb/newton-metre

b. coulomb2/newton-metre2

c. newton-metre2/coulomb2

d. coulomb2/(newton-metre)2


Question 26: The electric charge in uniform motion produces-

a. an electric field only

b. a magnetic field only

c. both electric and magnetic fields

d. neither electric nor magnetic fields


Question 27: A conductor has 14.4 x 10-19 C positive charge. The conductor has:

(Charge on electron = 1.6 x 10-19 C)

a. 9 electrons in excess

b. 27 electrons in short

c. 27 electrons in excess

d. 9 electrons in short


Question 28: An electric dipole is placed in a uniform electric field. The net electric force on the dipole

a. is always zero

b. depends on the orientation of the dipole

c. can never be zero

d. depends on the strength of the dipole


Question 29: A charged particle (charge q) is moving in a circle of radius R with uniform speed v. The associated magnetic moment μ is given by:

a. qvR/2

b. qvR2

c. qvr2/2

d. qvR

Question 30: The law, governing the force between electric charges is known as

a. Ampere’s law

b. Ohm’s law

c. Faraday’s law

d. Coulomb’s law


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Hints and Solutions of Physics Electrostatics MCQ Test Series – Set 3 (Q. No.21–30)

Answer 21:b. Answer 22: d.

Answer 23: c

(Hint: Both the spheres can be charged equally. Because for metallic sphere either solid or hollow, the charge will raised on the sphere. Since, both spheres have same surface area, so they can hold equal maximum charge)

Answer 24: a. Answer 25: b. Answer 26: c.

Answer 27: d (Hint: As conductor has positive charge. So, there is deficiency of electrons).

Answer 28: a.

Answer 29: a

(Hint: As revolving charge is equivalent to a current,
So, - NEET and JEE preparation | Physics Guide with Hints and Solutions | Electrostatics
 Answer 30: d.

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The new National Education Policy 2020 (NEP 2020) at a glance

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National Education Policy 2020 (NEP 2020) - A Brief Outline

The National Education Policy 2020 (NEP 2020), a draft of which was approved by the Union Cabinet of India on 29 July 2020, replaces the National Policy on Education of 1986.

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The new National Education Policy 2020 (NEP 2020) outlines the vision of India's new education system. The new policy replaces the previous National Policy on Education, 1986. The NEP 2020 envisages transforming India's education system by 2030.

The Policy envisages a new curricular and pedagogical structure for school education that is responsive and relevant to the needs and interests of learners at different stages of their development. National Education Policy 2020 aims to shape an education system that benefits all of India's children. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi is hopeful that the new NEP 2020 will increase thirst for knowledge in schools and help in removing pressure on mark sheets for students.

Why National Education Policy

Policies are important because they help a school establish rules and procedures and create standards of quality for learning and safety, as well as expectations and accountability. Without these, schools, colleges, universities would lack the structure and academic guideline. The National Education Policy would help to function and provide the necessary educational needs of students.

For the first time the Government of India framed a National Policy on Education in 1986 which was later modified in 1992. Its major objective was to provide education to all sections of society, with a particular focus on scheduled castes, scheduled tribes, other backward classes and women, who were deprived of educational opportunities for centuries.

Changes in the new National Education Policy 2020 (NEP 2020)

Education Policy in India has been changed after a long period of 34 years. According to the National Education Policy 2020, Govt will phase out the affiliation of colleges in 15 years and a stage-wise mechanism will be established for granting graded autonomy to colleges. Under NEP 2020, there will be no rigid separations between arts and sciences, between curricular and extra-curricular activities, between vocational and academic streams.

The remarkable things about the New Education Policy 2020 are as follows:


1. Nursery at 4 Years Old.

2. Junior KG at 5 Years Old.

3. Senior KG at 6 Years Old.

4. Class 1 at 7 Years Old.

5. Class 2 at 8 Years Old.


6. Class 3 at 9 Years Old.

7. Class 4 at 10 Years Old.

8. Class 5 at 11 Years Old.


9. Class 6 at 12 Years Old.

10. Class 7 at 13 Years Old.

11. Class 8 at 14 Years Old.


12. Class 9 at 15 Years Old.

13. Class 10 at 16 Years Old.

14. Class 11 at 17 Years Old.

15. Class 12 at 18 Years Old.


  • There will be Board Exam in Class 12 only. Whereas earlier, it was mandatory to take Board Exams in Class 10, which will not happen now.
  • 4 Years of College Degree.
  • No more Class 10 Board Exam.
  • M.Phil Degree will be abolished.
  • Now students up to Class 5 will be taught in Mother Tongue, Local Language and National Language only. The rest of the subjects, even if they are English, will be taught as a subject.
  • Examinations will be done in the Semester form from Class 9 to 12 standard.
  • Schooling will be done under the 5 + 3 + 3 + 4 formula. (see table above).
  • College Degree will be of 3 and 4 years course.
  • Certificate will be given on the First year of Graduation, Diploma on the Second year and Degree in the Third year.
  • 3 Years Degree is for those students who do not have to take Higher Education. At the same time, students doing Higher Education will have to pursue 4 Years Degree.
  • Students pursuing 4 Years Degree will be able to do Master's Degree in one year. 
  • Now, students will not have to pursue M.Phil rather, MA students will now be able to pursue PhD directly.
  • Students will be able to do other courses in between.
  • Same rules will be applicable for all Government, Private and Deemed Institutions.


Gross enrollment ratio will be 50 percent by 2035 in Higher Education. At the same time, under the new Education Policy Rule 2020, if a student wants to pursue another course in the middle of a course, then, he/she can take a second course by taking a break for a limited time from the first course.

Many reforms have also been made in the Higher Education. Improvements include graded academic, administrative and financial autonomy etc.

Apart from this, the new National Education Policy Rule 2020 (NEP 2020) has recommended for e-courses to be started in Regional Languages. Virtual Laboratory will be developed. A National Educational Scientific Forum (NESF) will be started.

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