COVID – 19 scare has had a drastic impact as in schools, colleges and universities across the country still remain gripped in the lockdown. Millions of students are eagerly waiting to crack various entrance exams, but are also scared to be swept in the wave of Coronavirus. Looking at the state of affairs, it is of grave concern that the impact that the global pandemic will leave on the the higher education system in India.

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2020 and Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Mains 2020 are set to be held in September 2020. Here are all the entrance exam updates.

NEET Admit Card 2020

NEET- UG Admit Card 2020 has been released by NTA on its official website at Candidates can download the admit card by logging in using their application number, password and date of birth. NEET UG 2020 will be held on September 13’ 2020. Candidates who have registered for the prestigious exam can easily download their NEET UG Admit card online. Log in to the official website at and follow the following steps:

  • Click on the Admit card link flashing on the homepage
  • Key in your application number, password and date of birth
  • Your admit card will be displayed on screen
  • Download and take its print out

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National Testing Agency has released a detailed protocol for conducting NEET UG 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic. All the students appearing for NEET candidates will be allotted a staggered time slot in order to ensure social distancing norms are followed. Also, all the staff members will have to undergo the COVID thermo check at entry points. With those who display symptoms of fever or Covid-19 will be asked to sit in designated isolation room to prevent the spread of virus. 

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The Grim Future

With board exams, university exams, college exams, the entrance test being postponed, it will be a task for the big for colleges to complete their syllabus on time without negotiating on the education quality. A large chunk of India’s admission system is also splintered. The problem here is that most students especially in the rural areas do not have access to high-speed WiFi.Also not every student here is tech-savvy and can remain a step behind in fulfilling their dreams.

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Stay tuned to this page for updates and latest information on entrance exams.