Of the 15.9 lakh student who had registered for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), about 85-90 per cent have appeared for the exam despite the pandemic, the Union Minister for Education, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank claims. The exam was held today across over 3800 exam centres across India. The minister thanked all the state chief ministers and the exam conducting body – National Testing Agency (NTA) “for making proper arrangements”.

“NTA informed me that around 85-90% students appeared in #NEET exam today. I sincerely thank all Chief Ministers and @DG_NTA for proper arrangements made to facilitate student participation. #NEET participation reflects the tenacity and grit of young #AtmaNirbharBharat (sic),” the Minister wrote in his tweet.

Most of the students interacted with found the NEET 2020 to be an easy exam. Experts too believe that questions were straight out of NCERTs. Those who score at least 50 percentile in NEET will be considered as pass, however, candidates will be selected based on merit. Counselling will be conducted after the result is announced.
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