NEET Counselling 2022 – All Updates you need to know.

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In their journey to become a medical student, every aspirant must go through multiple stages. The last and probably the most significant one is the Counselling stage. This stage is where most aspirants understand and select their college and course of study. NEET Counselling is conducted by the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC). Counselling has been made an online procedure since the inception of COVID, and aspirants can now choose their seats online. That is, they can choose from either MBBS/BDS based on their rank on the merit list. Here are some important facts and details that you should know about NEET Counselling 2022

1.  When does NEET Counselling for 2022 start?

The NEET exam is slated to be conducted on the 17th of July, and the registrations are currently open. The counseling begins roughly a month after the exam is conducted, in August. The counseling is done for only those candidates who have successfully cleared the examination. The Counselling dates are, however not announced yet. They are usually announced soon after the examination is conducted.

2. How long does the Counselling last?

NEET counseling can take up to 2-3 months, starting from eligibility status, to payment of fees. The entire process is very extravagant and each qualified candidate gets the opportunity to enroll in the course they desire. Online counseling takes place only in two rounds. 

3. What are AIQ and State Quota?

AIQ stands for All India quota. It accounts for about 15% of the seats in all the states. It is reserved for those students who have achieved exceptional rank in their exams. The State Quota accounts for the rest of the seats in each state, for every aspirant that has qualified. 

4. Which colleges come for Counselling?

NEET is a national examination, and colleges from all over the country come for counseling. Now that is the only single examination that is held for all medical colleges across the country. All colleges must select their candidates through this single counseling session. From renowned universities like Delhi University to private medical colleges, all come for counseling.

5. What happens after Counselling?

Once a candidate has selected their choice of study that is choose a BDS seat or an MBBS seat, they have completed the counseling process. The choice of seat, however, is not an exercise of free will. A candidate must secure a commendable position on the merit list. Only then they will be eligible to choose from state quota seats or, AQI seats.

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NEET syllabus 2022 pdf download for Physics, Chemistry and Biology

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a nationwide examination conducted for medical students. Every aspirant who takes

his examination needs to be well versed in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. The syllabus and the question paper pattern are set by the National Testing Agency (NTA). The NTA decides and chooses important topics from the class 11 and 12 syllabi.

The full syllabus is available for download from the Parishrama NEET Academy website. Some important topics that one can focus on for NEET examinations are discussed here: 

1. Physics:

The important topics in the NEET syllabus for Physics include Units and Measurements, Motion in One Dimension, Vectors, Laws of Motion, Gravitation, Optics, Heat and Its Transfer, etc. These are some of the very important topics that have made frequent appearances in NEET questions papers. The complete syllabus can be downloaded from Parishrama’s Website. 

2. Chemistry:

The NEET syllabus for Chemistry is far more vast and inclusive of both Class 11 and 12 syllabi. While preparing for NEET 2022 one should not downplay the importance of Chemistry. Chemistry accounts for roughly one-fourth of the total marks in the NEET examination. It accounts for about 180 marks out of the total 720 and has about 50 questions.

3. Biology:

Biology, is essentially what the entire NEET exam revolves around. It is further divided into two parts, Zoology and Botany. Each subject accounts for 180 marks. Thus, Biology gauges for a total of 360 marks. This accounts for a whopping 50% of the total marks of the examination. 

An understanding of the NEET exam syllabus is often not enough to crack the exam. The exam pattern changes frequently, and it becomes necessary to understand which topics bear higher weightage. The National Medical Commission changes the syllabus and pattern depending on multiple scenarios and whenever it deems fit. Hence, it becomes necessary to understand the overall pattern and syllabus when it comes to preparing for the examinations.

The following tables gives a chapter-wise breakdown of the the syllabus of each of the subjects:

NEET 2022 Physics Chapter-wise Syllabus Breakdown

TopicAverage Number of Questions Each YearWeightage (Average of past 5 years)
Centre of Mass21.9%
Gravitation 23.1%
Kinematics22.9%
Laws of Motion
4
6.8%
Mechanical Properties of Solids and Fluids33.4%
Oscillations23.3%
Rotational Motion11.1%
Motion of Rigid Body36.9%
Units and Measurements12.2%
Waves23.8%
Work, Energy, Power13.8%
Kinetic Theory 12.2%
Properties of Bulk Matter13.2%
Thermal Properties of Matter12.4%
Thermodynamics36.9%
Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism25.7%
Electric Charges & Fields32.2%
Electromagnetic Waves11.1%
Electrostatic Potential & Capacitance22.2%
Electrostatics23.3%
Alternating Currents15.9%
Current Electricity22.1%
Electromagnetic Induction16.1%
Semiconductor Electronics:34.87%
Atoms and Nuclei24.8%
Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter24.3%
Ray Optics and Optical Matter25.2%
Wave Optics24.0%
NEET 2022 Chemistry Chapter-Wise Syllabus Breakdown
TopicsAverage Number of Questions Each YearWeightage (Average of past 5 years)
Botany
Plant Diversity712.7%
Plant Anatomy34.4%
Morphology of Flowering Plants57.4%
Cell Structure & Function610.2%
Bio-Molecule33.1%
Plant Physiology912.9%
Plant Reproduction69.2%
Genetics and Evolution1624.3%
Ecology and Environment1116.4^
Zoology
Animal Kingdom310.2%
Structural Organization in Animals 24.8%
Human Physiology1445.8%
Human Reproduction & Reproductive Health618.2%
Origin & Evolution410.5%
Animal Husbandry13.1%
Biology and Human Welfare12.9%
Human Health and Diseases39.011%
NEET 2022 Chemistry Chapter-wise Syllabus Breakdown
TopicAverage Number of Questions Each YearWeightage (Average of past 5 years)
Inorganic Chemistry
Chemical Bonding49.1%
p-Block26.9%
Periodic Table and Periodicity23.8%
Hydrogen 12.4%
s-Block13.3%
Coordination Compounds36.1%
d-Blocks & f-Blocks13.9%
Metallurgy22.2%
Quantitative Analysis11.8%
Organic Chemistry
Hydrocarbons24.42%
General Organic Chemistry25.2%
Haloalkane12.4%
Aldehydes22.9%
Polymer11.7%
Alkyl Halides, Alcohol and Ethers34.2%
Aromatic Compounds26.1%
Biomolecules24.2%
Carbonyl Compounds34.3%
Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen12.78%
Chemistry in Everyday Life22.8%
Environmental Chemistry13.1%
IUPAC & Isomerism24.2%%
Practical Organic Chemistry32.1%
Physical Chemistry
Atomic Structure and Nuclear Chemistry25.2%
Chemical Equilibrium13.4%
Ionic Equilibrium24.1%
Red-ox Reactions12.2%
Gaseous State13.2%
Mole Concept25.4%
Thermodynamics and Thermo-Chemistry13.1%
Chemical Kinetics24.2%
Solid State23.1%
Solution & Colligative Properties13.2%
Surface Chemistry24.2%
Electrochemistry13.1%

Being informed about the Syllabus can go a long way in helping one prepare for NEET 2022. However, the best way would be to solve as many questions and understand the question pattern. You can find new questions posted regularly on the Parishrama website. These Questions are based on the latest NEET 2022 syllabus, and have been curated from multiple sample papers to help you prepare!

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NEET syllabus 2022 pdf download for Physics, Chemistry and Biology

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is a nationwide examination conducted for medical students. Every aspirant who takes

his examination needs to be well versed in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. The syllabus and the question paper pattern are set by the National Testing Agency (NTA). The NTA decides and chooses important topics from the class 11 and 12 syllabi.

The full syllabus is available for download from the Parishrama NEET Academy website. Some important topics that one can focus on for NEET examinations are discussed here: 

1. Physics:

The important topics in the NEET syllabus for Physics include Units and Measurements, Motion in One Dimension, Vectors, Laws of Motion, Gravitation, Optics, Heat and Its Transfer, etc. These are some of the very important topics that have made frequent appearances in NEET questions papers. The complete syllabus can be downloaded from Parishrama’s Website. 

2. Chemistry:

The NEET syllabus for Chemistry is far more vast and inclusive of both Class 11 and 12 syllabi. While preparing for NEET 2022 one should not downplay the importance of Chemistry. Chemistry accounts for roughly one-fourth of the total marks in the NEET examination. It accounts for about 180 marks out of the total 720 and has about 50 questions.

3. Biology:

Biology, is essentially what the entire NEET exam revolves around. It is further divided into two parts, Zoology and Botany. Each subject accounts for 180 marks. Thus, Biology gauges for a total of 360 marks. This accounts for a whopping 50% of the total marks of the examination. 

An understanding of the NEET exam syllabus is often not enough to crack the exam. The exam pattern changes frequently, and it becomes necessary to understand which topics bear higher weightage. The National Medical Commission changes the syllabus and pattern depending on multiple scenarios and whenever it deems fit. Hence, it becomes necessary to understand the overall pattern and syllabus when it comes to preparing for the examinations.

The following tables gives a chapter-wise breakdown of the the syllabus of each of the subjects:

NEET 2022 Physics Chapter-wise Syllabus Breakdown

TopicAverage Number of Questions Each YearWeightage (Average of past 5 years)
Centre of Mass21.9%
Gravitation 23.1%
Kinematics22.9%
Laws of Motion
4
6.8%
Mechanical Properties of Solids and Fluids33.4%
Oscillations23.3%
Rotational Motion11.1%
Motion of Rigid Body36.9%
Units and Measurements12.2%
Waves23.8%
Work, Energy, Power13.8%
Kinetic Theory 12.2%
Properties of Bulk Matter13.2%
Thermal Properties of Matter12.4%
Thermodynamics36.9%
Magnetic Effects of Current and Magnetism25.7%
Electric Charges & Fields32.2%
Electromagnetic Waves11.1%
Electrostatic Potential & Capacitance22.2%
Electrostatics23.3%
Alternating Currents15.9%
Current Electricity22.1%
Electromagnetic Induction16.1%
Semiconductor Electronics:34.87%
Atoms and Nuclei24.8%
Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter24.3%
Ray Optics and Optical Matter25.2%
Wave Optics24.0%
NEET 2022 Chemistry Chapter-Wise Syllabus Breakdown
TopicsAverage Number of Questions Each YearWeightage (Average of past 5 years)
Botany
Plant Diversity712.7%
Plant Anatomy34.4%
Morphology of Flowering Plants57.4%
Cell Structure & Function610.2%
Bio-Molecule33.1%
Plant Physiology912.9%
Plant Reproduction69.2%
Genetics and Evolution1624.3%
Ecology and Environment1116.4^
Zoology
Animal Kingdom310.2%
Structural Organization in Animals 24.8%
Human Physiology1445.8%
Human Reproduction & Reproductive Health618.2%
Origin & Evolution410.5%
Animal Husbandry13.1%
Biology and Human Welfare12.9%
Human Health and Diseases39.011%
NEET 2022 Chemistry Chapter-wise Syllabus Breakdown
TopicAverage Number of Questions Each YearWeightage (Average of past 5 years)
Inorganic Chemistry
Chemical Bonding49.1%
p-Block26.9%
Periodic Table and Periodicity23.8%
Hydrogen 12.4%
s-Block13.3%
Coordination Compounds36.1%
d-Blocks & f-Blocks13.9%
Metallurgy22.2%
Quantitative Analysis11.8%
Organic Chemistry
Hydrocarbons24.42%
General Organic Chemistry25.2%
Haloalkane12.4%
Aldehydes22.9%
Polymer11.7%
Alkyl Halides, Alcohol and Ethers34.2%
Aromatic Compounds26.1%
Biomolecules24.2%
Carbonyl Compounds34.3%
Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen12.78%
Chemistry in Everyday Life22.8%
Environmental Chemistry13.1%
IUPAC & Isomerism24.2%%
Practical Organic Chemistry32.1%
Physical Chemistry
Atomic Structure and Nuclear Chemistry25.2%
Chemical Equilibrium13.4%
Ionic Equilibrium24.1%
Red-ox Reactions12.2%
Gaseous State13.2%
Mole Concept25.4%
Thermodynamics and Thermo-Chemistry13.1%
Chemical Kinetics24.2%
Solid State23.1%
Solution & Colligative Properties13.2%
Surface Chemistry24.2%
Electrochemistry13.1%

Being informed about the Syllabus can go a long way in helping one prepare for NEET 2022. However, the best way would be to solve as many questions and understand the question pattern. You can find new questions posted regularly on the Parishrama website. These Questions are based on the latest NEET 2022 syllabus, and have been curated from multiple sample papers to help you prepare!

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What are the Pros of a single NEET exam?

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What are the Pros of a single NEET exam?

In the wake of 2013, Indian medical students saw a revolutionary change. It changed the way they obtained a medical seat in the premier medical colleges of India. The two-tier examination was replaced by a single NEET(National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) exam. In more ways than one, this decision proved to be fruitful for the aspirants and the medical colleges. Now that it has been close to a decade since exams are conducted in this format, let us take a look at how things have changed and why a single NEET exam has proved to be a welcome decision:

1. Easier method of application:

A single NEET exam means that students no longer need to check their eligibility for multiple exams such as AIPMT Prelims followed by AIPMT Mains. This means that the students have a hassle-free way of finding their eligibility. It will lead to the students having more time to prepare for the exams. Moreover, students do not have to apply and study for two different examinations and can focus their attention on a single syllabus.

2. No barriers to Age limit:

The single NEET exam has seen multiple changes and reforms over its ten-year period. One major reform that was announced this year, for NEET-UG 2022 was the removal of any age restriction for the applicants. This is in line with the age-old saying that, ‘Education has no age.’ This will encourage more aspirants to enroll themselves. However, the minimum age to be eligible for admission is still 17 years.

3. No barriers to the Number of Attempts:

The National Testing Agency(NTA), very recently, lifted restrictions on the number of attempts that would limit students from realizing their dreams. This is yet another welcome change in the right direction. It will allow the aspirant to have multiple attempts to have the career of their dreams.

4.  Eligibility Criteria:

The eligibility criteria are similar to what it was previously. In this sense, every student must have passed their class 12th examination with pure science, that is Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. They must have also completed a certain number of hours giving practice tests. 

5.  Eligibility of NRI’s (Non-Resident Indians)

The eligibility criteria for NRIs have been made less strict. NRI’s can now apply for NRI scholarships as well. This will enable more NRI and Indian-origin students living abroad to pursue world-call medical education from the best Indian medical colleges.

6.  All India Quota Seats and State Quota:

With the introduction of a single examination, NEET, all the medical seats throughout the country were categorized into two merit lists. The major portion of the seats was under the State quota (85%) and a smaller portion was under the All India Quota (15%). This method of selection ensured equal opportunities for all candidates, from every section of society. 

A single exam, in the form of NEET, has seen positive impacts in multiple sections of society. Especially with the minimum age down to 17 years and, no upper age limit, NEET has seen an astronomical rise in the number of registrations. Students and aspirants from multiple sections of society are now applying for the examination. Applicants are now free to give the test in languages they are comfortable with. This has given opportunities to more aspirants to apply. This was previously restricted and aspirants were allowed to choose their language only at the time of admission.

YearNEET RegistrationsCandidates Present for examCandidates absent from the examTrend
(in percentage)
201711388901025001113889N/A
20181326725119405313267216.5
20191519375141075510862014.5
2020159743513669452304905.1
202116147771544275705021.1

At Parishrama, we offer to counsel our students to help them make better decisions to give flight to their medical dreams. It becomes a very important aspect of every medical aspirants’ journey to understand what is best for them, thus through our counseling, we help every aspirant attain unparalleled success.

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Government Medical Colleges vs Private Medical Colleges – What type NEET Scholarship do they offer?

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Government Medical Colleges vs Private Medical Colleges – What type NEET Scholarship do they offer?

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In the modern era, education has been pretty much standardized. The quality of medical education offered in, both Government and Private Medical Colleges is mandated by the Medical Council of India (MCI). This ensures that the quality of education is not tampered with. However, one aspect that does vary is their annual tuition fees. It is common knowledge and pretty much goes without saying the sheer difference between their tuition fees.

In retrospect, however, the price of Medical Education has always been exceptionally higher than any other field of study. Once an aspirant has cleared their medical entrance examination, they are hit with the harsh realization of the immense cost they have to bear to pursue the career of their dreams. And, aspirants who belong to low-income groups are left with little or no hope. Thus, the All India Pre-Medical Scholarship Test (AIPMST) is held by the National Board of Examination was introduced. This examination gives the aspirants, who have low family income, an opportunity to pursue the career of their dreams. The Human Resources Development Ministry’s Department of Higher Education also offers scholarships, called the Central Sector Scheme for Top Colleges and Universities Students. These are two government-recognized Scholarships that are offered to underprivileged aspirants whose annual family income falls below a certain limit. 

All India Pre-Medical Scholarship Test (AIPMST)

The AIPMST is the biggest Scholarship examination in India. It provides the qualified aspirants with a platform, an opportunity to pursue their Medical Dreams. The AIPMST is an exam conducted with all Medical College boards in unison and is unrelated to any State of quotas or reservations. This ensures a smooth as well as a reliable and fair examination for all aspirants. This Scholarship is offered for aspirants admitted to Government as well as Private Medical colleges. The percentage and extent of Scholarships however differ. 

Central Sector Scheme for Top Colleges and Universities Students

The Central Sector Scheme for Top Colleges and Universities Students is also one such Scholarship offered to students who are not able to overcome the sky-high tuition fees. In order to apply for this scholarship, an aspirant must have:

  1. More than 80% marks in their 12th  
  2. Family’s annual income must be less than 8LPA.
  3. They have also reserved 50% of their 80000 odd seats for girls which is a welcome sign for the female aspirants.

Multiple other Scholarships that are government-recognized are given to aid Medical students.

Dr. Abdul Kalam Scholarship for Medical Students: 

This scholarship was realized to offer financial assistance to the economically weaker sections of the society, to those who cannot afford the astronomical tuition fees. 

In order to be eligible for this Scholarship, a student must:

1. Have completed their 12th examination with at least 55% marks.

2. Must appear for the NEET exam and submit proof of their rank obtained.\

3. The income of the family of the aspirant must be less than 6 lakhs per annum.

All India Youth Scholarship Entrance Examination

AIYSEE or All India Youth Scholarship Entrance Examination was realized to help those who have are unable to pay the Medical tuition fees.

The eligibility criteria to attain the Scholarship are as follows:

1. Students must have passed or appeared in their 12th examination

2. They must also provide a Rank card as proof that they are appearing for the NEET examination.

3. The students must apply in February.

Nationwide Education and Scholarship Test

The NEST conducted by the SEMCI and the Students’ Unity Foundation of India was realized to help medical aspirants across the country. This scholarship can be availed in 65 major cities across the country.

The key eligibility criteria for the NEST are:

1. Students must be studying MBBS/BDS/BAMS/BHMS.

2. Students must have obtained minimum qualifying marks in their 12th examination.

3. Students in senior years are also eligible to apply.

Vahani Scholarship:

The Vahani Scholarship offered by the Vahani Foundation, a non-profit organization is one of the biggest scholarships. They offer up to 100% scholarship with accommodation and laptops to the aspirants who come from low-income families. 

However, they offer this only a handful of exceptional Medical aspirants and the total number of seats is limited to 20.

 The particulars, however, differ. Some offer payment of complete tuition fees and accommodation, others offer only a percentage of the tuition fees. These scholarships are given to talented students and those who are truly remarkable, academically, but are unable to pay their medical tuition fees. These Scholarships will give the brightest minds in the country, an opportunity to live and realize their dreams.

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Brain Drain of Indian Medical Students

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The war waging between Ukraine and Russia has shed light on multiple things that are wrong with the world we live in. One particular aspect that has gained everybody’s interest is the number of graduates from India who were stranded in Ukraine. Furthermore, the staggering percentage of Medical students from these graduates, shed light upon the Medical Brain Drain happening in our country. The second most populous country in the world should, ideally, have the best healthcare and the best provisions for healthcare. And, we do not live in an ideal world, we live in a world where approximately 20,000 to 25,000 Indian Medical Students choose to study Medicine abroad. This is a staggering 50% of the total Medical graduates the country produces every year. The obvious question that comes to one’s mind is – “Why?”.

Well, there seems to be a very clear answer to this dilemma. India’s largest singular examination, the NEET exam, sees nearly 15 lakh students enrol for medical education. However, the number of seats reserved for them is a meagre 90675, not even 10% of the students get the opportunity to study MBBS or BDS, the course of their dreams. The other 14 lakh aspirants who hadn’t qualified are left with no other option except foraging to other countries in search of their dream from Foreign Medical institutions. The ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia has unearthed multiple loopholes, this one in particular about Medical education has caused a stir amongst citizens. Medical Education in India is on par with what is offered all over the globe and is oftentimes considered to be one of the best. However, the lack of infrastructure and the number of Medical Institutes in India is what has let us down. This was especially highlighted in a recent Press conference with our Honorable Prime Minister, Narendra Modi. In his press conference, he urged the private Medical colleges to widen their scope and allow more students to graduate from under their institutions. It is also worthwhile to note that the total number of seats for MBBS students has now risen from close to 80,000 to nearly 1.5 lakh. The number has doubled ever since NEET exams were introduced. This is a positive sign for what is to come.

One other aspect that drove Medical Aspirants out of the country is the tuition fees of the Medical seats for students who have not achieved Scholarship. Non-payable Medical seats are what we train our aspirants for. To aim for the highest and not be content with what they already have. For students who have not achieved the cut off for obtaining Scholarships, their family income leaves them no other choice except to pursue their careers elsewhere, outside the country. The medical courses are far less expensive, and the flexible working policy allows them to take care of their expenses. This flexibility and the opportunity to ear for themselves makes it a more feasible option for our students to pursue their Medical dreams outside the country causing an inadvertent Brain Drain. The urge, from our Honorable Prime Minister, may see bold steps from multiple educational institutions to widen their scope and infrastructure to allow homegrown Medical Graduates to bloom. This may, in a few years, lead to fewer Medical aspirants flooding to foreign countries.

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What is NEET PG Eligibility?

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What is NEET PG Eligibility?

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It is a common misconception amongst most aspirants and the general fol that once they have qualified for NEET exams and obtained their MBBS degree, their journey of becoming a Medical Practitioner ends. The truth is that NEET exams and obtaining an MBBS degree are the first stepping stone for those who want to become a Medical Practitioner or Healthcare Professional. Once an aspirant has completed their MBBS, BDS or any relevant degree, they need to choose their area of specialization. This is where most of the confusion begins. Essentially the term Medicine is very generalized and most people seem to underestimate the sheer depth of knowledge and study required to practice medicine. To elaborate, the study of medicine is widespread, that is, there are different PG degrees with different cut off marks and multiple difficulty levels. Hence, it becomes necessary for an aspirant to understand what their NEET PG eligibility is. To put it simply, NEET PG eligibility defines the credentials an aspirant must have to make it into the premiere Medical Institutions in India. For starters, NEET PG cut off would be their first stepping stone.

A candidate must possess the appropriate credentials or certifications which would make them eligible to appear for the NEET PG examination. The possession of the MBBS or BDS certification is a must. Only if this certificate, issued by the Medical Institution, is present with the candidate they will be eligible to appear for the NEET PG examination. One more aspect that is often-times neglected is the need for the Medical Institution to be recognized by the Medical Council of India.

Furthermore, multiple aspects come into the picture. Screening tests are held by Medical Institutes, to grade a candidate’s knowledge and if they should be offered a seat in the institution. This is followed by a temporary registration when they will be offered a registration certificate. This will help the aspirant keep a track of the status of their application and serve as a document of proof. Once an aspirant has cleared the examination. They will have the opportunity to choose between two fields of study. These are MD or Doctor of Medicine and MS or Master of Surgery. The former is for an aspirant who wants to practise as a Physician. The latter, MS, is for those aspirants who want to practise as Surgeon. 

An aspirant’s NEET Eligibility is not only defined by their marks or their position in the merit list. It also requires the aspirant to be extremely dedicated and maintain a disciplined lifestyle. As a PG student, in the field of Medicine, this forms a very important part of an aspirant’s lifestyle as it defines multiple aspects of their personality and, as said above, their dedication. We, at Parishrama, inculcate this very behaviour in our aspirants. We help build an environment that makes our aspirants dedicated. Postgraduate studies in most other disciplines are characterized by less theoretical and more practical knowledge sharing. However, Medicine is the only discipline wherein the theoretical and practical aspects of learning become exponentially more vast.

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Upacharitavya – A brief history of the NEET exam’s evolution

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Medicine and India have always been synonymous. From, the dawn of time, as early as 800 B.C.E., Indians or Indian civilizations have been known for their medicinal practices. Regarded as one of the few early civilizations, along with the Chinese, Greek and Middle Eastern Civilizations, India has long been known to have the sacred knowledge to cure diseases. Modern-day medical practices have definitely changed and, the way practitioners go about their business has evolved. A piece of trivia for the young medical aspirants out there; The curriculum of ancient medicine in India included the requirement of the knowledge of distillation, cooking, horticulture, metallurgy, sugar manufacturing, compounding of metals, etc. This tells you how much the ancient man had to know before they are certified at practising Upacharitavya (Medicine). The staggering similarity is what’s worth noticing. These skills helped the practitioners, in the primaeval times, to formulate medicines of their own and treat their patients. 

In old scriptures such as the Ayurveda, Unani and Siddha Medicine, there are well-documented texts that thoroughly describe the act of performing surgeries, treating wounds and transplantations. These scriptures also included creating and formulating medicines that are, in the modern-day, termed Ayurvedic medicine. In a country that is almost always associated with diffidence and overall lack of technological advancements, one can only imagine the amount of rich heritage we possess, considering we are credited as one of the first civilizations to practice Medicine. It is needless to say, we have come a long way, especially in this regard. What India has accomplished in this sector is unparalleled, and quite fascinating. In recent history, Governmental reforms have changed the previous method of having a separate exam for every college to streamline it to a single All India examination now. It has allowed aspirants from all sectors of society to have equal opportunities in premiere Indian Colleges. 

Medicine, as a discipline, has grown in more ways than one yet, the core essence remains the same. One aspect of primaeval medical education is, having a very disciplined lifestyle. A lifestyle that required the students to live away from their families, with their mentors. This enabled the students to understand their mentor’s lifestyle and hence be able to learn every aspect of their teachings. In history books, these places are known as ‘Gurukuls’ and, the teachers are called ‘Gurus’. This period or Ashrama was known as the ‘Brahmacharya Ashrama’. During this period the pupils were meant to learn and acquire knowledge from their “Gurus”. We, at Parishrama, share a similar ideology. We have a strong belief in this exact method of education. With our multiple teaching programs, we have infused the archaic lifestyles and modern methods of teaching to allow the aspirants to learn and undoubtedly crack the examinations with ease. In the larger scheme of things, we at Parishrama believe in helping every single aspirant to achieve their dream of being a Medical Practitioner. These archaic methods of teaching have proven to be effective and fruitful as it teaches academics and fosters a disciplined way of life in them, which is necessary for being a successful Healthcare Professional. At Parishrama we help inculcate these ideals and materialize your dreams.

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Which is the right place to start your NEET exam preparations?

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Which is the right place to start your NEET exam preparations?

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NEET exams are, in all terms, one of the largest single entrance exams in the world. The past year had seen close to 1.5 million registrations, and it is predicted that the number is set to go up further. And, with an increasing number of Registrations, one can only think that the chances of cracking the exam for a single individual will decrease. It becomes that much tougher to get through and be eligible for the 15% reserved for All India Quota (AIQ) seats. Hence, it becomes necessary to prepare. Although it might seem easy to say, preparation for exams in the right way is far from easy. We, at Parishrama, offer you that kind of guidance. We not only have tailor-made courses that are bound to give you success, in the exams but also give you the edge over your peers, international graduates and Indian NRI’s. 

While one can argue, that there are multiple ways to prepare for NEET examinations, there is only one way to be a winner. It is common for most of us to discredit the work that comes along with giving the exams. And, this is exactly what separates the winners from the rest of the crowd. There are multiple centres, academies and coaching centres that provide great coaching for NEET, but will they make you a winner? Maybe, maybe not. Yes, study materials, tests, and lectures are important, but we at Parishrama give you something unrivalled. The way we teach, we bring out the winner in you. We help you believe and materialize your dreams. With the Parishrama NEET Long Term Course, we aim at delivering NEET coaching of the highest pedigree, from the most knowledgeable and leading educationists in Bangalore. It comes complete with a hand-crafted breakdown of your time with us, which will ensure that you can manage your time effectively whilst preparing for one of the biggest eligibility tests in the country. 

There are many good NEET training and coaching institutes that offer NEET preparation in their special ways. These coaching centers will give you and make you exam ready and maybe even help you crack the exams with ease.  However, as an aspirant, it becomes important that you brace yourselves for more than just the exam. Once, you have successfully cracked the exam and become eligible to be enrolled in premiere Indian Colleges, the hustle gets bigger. In the modern-day, being a Medical Practitioner is not easy. Most blogs and professionals from multiple fields put Medicine as one of the most difficult professions. And, as an aspirant, you need to be mentally prepared for what is to come. As, we said earlier, at Parishrama, we are keen on delivering you the NEET coaching you deserve. In addition to the aforementioned NEET Long Term Program, which comes complete with Hostel Services, we also have the NEET Postal Graduates, for aspirants who are looking for guidance and stellar lectures that will never fail to make you crave for more. 

With the NEET exam is getting more recognition and more aspirants becoming aware of the exams, the exam to qualify will get tougher and so will the journey that comes after you crack the exam. We, at Parishrama, want to offer you the ability to cope with what comes with cracking the NEET exams. We offer you a way of life, the Parishrama way of life. Learn more about the way of life we offer at: https://parishramaneetacademy.com/about-us/

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What comes after NEET exams?

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What comes after NEET exams?

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The time leading up to the NEET exams can be rather tumultuous, however, what comes after it remains a big question in the minds of the young aspirants. According to Indian Express, nearly 15 lakh individuals took the National Eligibility cum entrance test (NEET) in 2021 and approximately 50% made it into the prime Medical Colleges in India. It would take a separate blog altogether to walk you through the counselling phase, which comes after, and there are a wide array of courses to choose from like, MBBS, BDS, AYUSH, BVSc & AH, BSc, etc. The number and sheer amount of choices offered can get rather confusing and bewildering for any young aspirant who is eligible to apply for these courses after cracking the NEET exams. When you factor in having to get through the State Medical Council and the Medical Council of India(MCC), as a part of your counselling procedure, the processes can leave you clueless. We here at Parishrama, give you ample counselling based on your strengths in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology and give you the power to make the right choices for yourself, and forge a path in Medicine, that is not only best suited, but also, the most fruitful for you.

Once you get through the phase of finding yourself the best-suited course, I dare say it is all bells and whistles when you begin studying. It is not, it may get tougher, or easier, based on your approach to it. In a broader sense, as many Medical Practitioners have described it; Medicine is not a discipline it is a way of life, in the essence that Medical Practitioners are required to be up to speed on all things related to Medicine. In retrospect, it is safe to say that Medicine remains one of the few disciplines that will always have you keep up with modern technologies and better healthcare. In short, it remains as one of the few disciplines where, as a Practitioner, you need to be studying and updating yourself constantly about diseases, disorders, infection, etc., even after the completion of your Post Graduate study. We, at Parishrama, inculcate this habit of studying, inquisitiveness, and the hunger within you to cope with the times that lie ahead of you. We inculcate a very high level of curiosity and tenacity in our aspirants that not only help them be smarter but also, help them compete with foreign medical graduates and practitioners, and be at par, if not better than, the very best. 

A Times of India Report headlined “Record 16L+ candidates register for NEET-UG” talks about how the number of candidates, who registered for the NEET exam, has gone up from 11 lakhs in 2017 to a whopping 16 lakhs in 2021. A 50% jump in just 4 years. There are two different ways to look at it. Firstly, we can say that, if anything more people are going to take up the exams and it would get that much more difficult to get on the 15% reserved for the All India Quota (AIQ). Secondly, a slightly more optimistic way to look at it would be, that more of the Indian youth are keen on taking up a career in Medicine. More individuals are interested in Medicine than before. A more interesting fact that comes from the same report states that the number of aspirants taking screening tests in native and other languages has doubled in the last four years. It means more aspirants are taking the exams without having the obligation to take the exam in English. This statistic tells you how more and more individuals are becoming aware of these eligibility exams and how with the increasing number of registration, we are giving space for more talent to be showcased. In retrospect, with the number of registrations growing every week, we believe it becomes a part of our duty, at Parishrama, to provide young aspirants with the highest quality training, and crack the NEET exams with ease.

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Carpe-Diem – Conquer your fears of NEET

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Carpe-Diem – Conquer your fears of NEET

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The idea of being successful is often times associated with being wealthy, in terms of material assets, riches and prized possessions.  On the contrary, what most people fail to comprehend the fact that having a peaceful mind, a clear thought process can go a long way in bestowing one’s own sustenance. Speaking about having a peaceful mind, being a NEET aspirant, have you ever tried studying in a room that is bustling with people. Nine out of Ten would be unable to concentrate and give their entire attention to what they are working on. The human mind is easily distracted and has the tendency of being bemused by unimportant things. A number of Medical Professionals and Psychologists, often times associate restlessness and lack of concentration with anxiety and inability to concentrate on the task at hand. It may not be a thing of major concern. However, when you factor in the tasks at hand, it can get rather messy and chaotic in their heads. Often times we compare the human body with a machine, with the brain being the CPU. Let’s talk about it. Have you ever noticed, what happens when there are far too many background applications running in a Mobile Device or a PC? The PC freezes, its functioning is severely affected, and ultimately toasts the device. This happens with the brain too. If you work on too many things at once, your brain ceases to function optimally. It is here that you need to tell yourself what others talk about your abilities is not what defines you. You need to bring up the mental strength to address your own fears, and conquer them.

Well, you might be wondering why is there a blog about mental health on a NEET academy website, and what is the reason behind comparing a Human brain with a computer. In the grand scheme of things it is necessary that you, as  NEET aspirant come to terms with the fact that unless you have the mental satisfaction, peace and joy of doing what you love, every passing minute might turn into something that you dread, hate and, dislike. And this is where the comparison between a Human brain and a CPU, comes into picture. While the main process, that being your preparation for NEET exam, is running; There will be numerous unnecessary pondering thoughts that maybe induced externally or internally; which slows you down that degrades your thinking power and ultimately hinders the entire process. We, here at Parishrama help you concentrate on your NEET preparations, and not to mention fall in love with the process, and ultimately be prepared to compete with foreign medical graduates.  Here is a statistic regarding mental illness that will shed light on the dire state of mental health. According to WHO, nearly 13% or roughly one in ten individuals suffer from mental illness of various kinds. What is worse is; In low and middle income countries roughly 80% of the people suffering from such disorders do not receive the treatment they need. This is mostly because people discredit the need for mental wellness, especially in countries like India, where the concept of mental health is still a mystery amongst most individuals. This is what makes foreign medical graduates different from ours.

In the words of American essayist and writer, Ralph Waldo Emerson, “Life is a journey, not a destination.” The words bear deeper meaning than what actually comes through. People will always tell you how important the NEET exam is, and how much it would mean to you if you crack the entrance exams and find yourself a place on the merit list. However, nobody will tell you how important the period before your exams, are. At Parishrama, we focus on precisely that, we help you build your journey, your path to unparalleled success.In a country where the aversion from Mental Health is so high, we at Parishrama give it the highest regard. Our study programs and coaching style helps entail a balance between study and play. At Parishrama we make sure of your success in the eligibility cum entrance test. It is about never giving up. The pressure is immense while preparing for examinations like this, and the difficulty level is increasing day by day. This is why we, at Parishrama, have one goal; How can we make it easier for you as an aspirant to achieve your dreams and goals.

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