Will NEXT Exam Increase the Competition for Government Colleges?

Will NEXT Exam Increase the Competition for Government Colleges?

The Ministry of education is all set to conduct the NEXT (National Exit Test ) Exam from 2021. This exam will replace the NEET PG exam. The NEET PG going to conduct in the year 2021 will be the last exam. Now, the NEXT exam will put increase the competition to get MBBS admission in government medical colleges.

The Education Ministry has not announced the name of conducting body of the NEXT Exam yet, but it is expected that the National Board of Examination will be appointed for this in the future. NBE is the conducting body of the NEET PG exam. which is conducted by the National Board of examination to offer MD MS Admission in medical colleges in India.

NEXT Exam Latest Update

Students who got MBBS Admission in the year 2017 will be first to take the NEXT Exam. It is expected that after the announcement of this exam, NEET aspirants will face tight competition to get admission in government medical colleges and the NEET cutoff will increase. Every medical student has to appear in this exam to complete their degree whether they are from private or government medical colleges.

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NEXT Exam Pattern

According to Media reports and medical education experts, the education ministry can conduct the NEXT Exam in two parts. Students will get the chance to do an internship when he/she will qualify for part one and the second part of the NEXT exam will be conducted once they will complete their internship. However, there is no announcement has been made on this topic by the government or authorities.

Evaluation of Medical Colleges

According to Medical experts, This exam will help students to choose which medical college will be better for them. The Medical colleges of Karnataka, West Bengal, and few other developed states of the country are considered to be excellent and provide good quality education. By this exam, students can evaluate Medical colleges.

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