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The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET-UG is a entrance examination in India, for students who wish to study any graduate medical course (MBBS), dental course (BDS) or postgraduate course (MD / MS) in government or private medical colleges in India.NEET-UG (Undergraduate), for MBBS and BDS courses, will be conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). NEET-UG replaced the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) and all individual MBBS exams conducted by states or colleges themselves. However, many colleges and institutes have taken a stay order and conducted private examinations for admission to their MBBS and BDS courses.

Undergraduate courses at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi, Postgraduate Institute for Medical Education and Research in Chandigarh, Jawarharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research JIPMER are outside the NEET’s purview, as these institutes were set up by separate laws.[1]

Important Topics Subject-wise

Physics: Mechanics, SHM and Waves, Heat and Thermodynamics, Properties of Matter, Electrodynamics, Modern Physics, Optics, Current Electricity, Electromagnetic Field and Force, Semiconductor Devices, Wave Optics, Work Power and Energy, Kinetic Energy.

Chemistry: Inorganic Chemistry, Chemical Bonding, Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, General Organic Chemistry, Carbonyl Compounds, Reaction Mechanism, Atomic Structure, Solutions and Colligative Properties.

Biology: Animal Kingdom, Application Biology, Biotechnology Applications, Plant Breeding, Biomolecules, Body Fluids and Circulation, Cell Biology, Cell – Basic Unit of Life, Ecology, Ecosystem, Environmental Issues, Evolution, Genetics, Human Health and Disease, Principles of Inheritance and Variations, Human Reproduction, Plant Diversity, Plant Morphology, Transport in Plants, Reproduction in Plants.

NEET Colleges and Seats 2016

NEET 2016 Exam PatternNEET 2016 exam was conducted in a pen and paper based mode at various designated centres across the country. The exam was held for 3 hours duration. Complete exam pattern of NEET 2016 mentioned below:

NEET 2016 Exam Pattern Detail of NEET 2016 entrance exam
Exam Date & Time NEET 2016 Phase 1:May 1, 2016 (AIPMT 2016 has been renamed as NEET Phase 1)

NEET 2016 Phase 2: July 24, 2016 Time:10:00 AM to 01:00 PM

Exam Mode Pen & Paper Based
Language of Paper English or Hindi
Types of questions Multiple choice questions with single answer correct
Number of Questions 180
 

 

Distribution of Questions

·         Physics – 45

·         Chemistry – 45

·         Zoology – 45

·         Botany – 45

Total – 180 Multiple Choice Questions

 

Marking Scheme

·         For correct answer: +4 marks are given

·         For incorrect answer: -1 mark is deducted

Syllabus The Medical Council of India (MCI) recommended the NEET 2016 for admission to MBBS/BDS courses across the country after review of various State syllabi as well as those prepared by CBSE, NCERT and COBSE. This is to establish uniformity across the country keeping in view the relevance of different areas in Medical Education.

NEET 2016 Subject-Wise Analysis

Physics Analysis

UNIT & TOPIC NAME NO OF QUESTIONS TOTAL MARKS (%) WEIGHTAGE
Physics 45 180 100.00%
Alternating Current 2 8 4.44%
Power 1 4 2.22%
Power Calculation in AC 1 4 2.22%
Capacitance 1 4 2.22%
Charging/ Discharging 1 4 2.22%
Circular Motion 3 12 6.67%
Banking 1 4 2.22%
Horizontal Circular Motion 1 4 2.22%
Vertical Circular Motion 1 4 2.22%
Current Electricity 2 8 4.44%
Electrical Instruments 1 4 2.22%
Power Calculation 1 4 2.22%
Electromagnetic Waves 1 4 2.22%
Introduction 1 4 2.22%
Electrostatics 2 8 4.44%
Coulomb’s Law 2 8 4.44%
Fluid Mechanics 1 4 2.22%
Archimedes Principle 1 4 2.22%
Geometrical Optics 3 12 6.67%
Magnification 1 4 2.22%
Optical Instruments 1 4 2.22%
Prism 1 4 2.22%
Gravitation 2 8 4.44%
Escape Velocity 1 4 2.22%
Gravitation Potential 1 4 2.22%
Heat Transfer 3 12 6.67%
Conductivity 1 4 2.22%
Radiations 1 4 2.22%
Refrigeration 1 4 2.22%
Magnetic Effects of Current 4 16 8.89%
Magnetic Field 2 8 4.44%
Magnetic Properties 1 4 2.22%
Solenoid 1 4 2.22%
Mathematical Tools 2 8 4.44%
Vector Algebra 2 8 4.44%
Mechanics 2 8 4.44%
Newton Law of Motion 1 4 2.22%
Rectilinear Motion 1 4 2.22%
Modern Physics 3 12 6.67%
Bohr Model 1 4 2.22%
De Broglie’s Principle 1 4 2.22%
Photoelectric Effect 1 4 2.22%
Rigid Body Dynamics 3 12 6.67%
Centre of Mass 1 4 2.22%
Moment of Inertia 1 4 2.22%
Torque 1 4 2.22%
Semiconductor Devices 3 12 6.67%
Circuit Problems 1 4 2.22%
Logic Gates 1 4 2.22%
Transistors 1 4 2.22%
SHM and String Waves 1 4 2.22%
String Waves 1 4 2.22%
Sound Waves 2 8 4.44%
Doppler Effect 1 4 2.22%
Resonance Tube 1 4 2.22%
Thermodynamics 3 12 6.67%
Adiabatic Processes 1 4 2.22%
Calorimetry 1 4 2.22%
Kinetic Theory of Gases 1 4 2.22%
Wave Optics 2 8 4.44%
Diffraction 1 4 2.22%
Young’s Double Slit Experiment 1 4 2.22%
Grand Total 45 180 100.00%

Chemistry Analysis

UNIT & TOPIC NAME NO OF QUESTIONS TOTAL MARKS (%) WEIGHTAGE
Chemistry 45 180 100.00%
Inorganic Chemistry 15 60 33.33%
Chemical Bonding 4 16 8.89%
coordination compounds 1 4 2.22%
D-Block 1 4 2.22%
Hydrogen 1 4 2.22%
Metallurgy 1 4 2.22%
P-Block 4 16 8.89%
Periodic Table 3 12 6.67%
Organic Chemistry 16 64 35.56%
Alcohol 1 4 2.22%
Aldehydes and Ketones 2 8 4.44%
Amines 1 4 2.22%
Biomolecules 3 12 6.67%
Chemistry in everyday life 2 8 4.44%
Ether 1 4 2.22%
GOC 1 4 2.22%
Hydrocarbon 2 8 4.44%
Isomerism 2 8 4.44%
Polymers 1 4 2.22%
Physical Chemistry 14 56 31.11%
Atomic Structure 1 4 2.22%
Chemical Equilibrium 1 4 2.22%
Chemical Kinetics 2 8 4.44%
electrochemistry 1 4 2.22%
Gaseous State 1 4 2.22%
Ionic Equilibrium 1 4 2.22%
Solid State 2 8 4.44%
Solution and colligative properties 2 8 4.44%
surface chemistry 1 4 2.22%
Thermodynamics 2 8 4.44%
Grand Total 45 180 100.00%

Biology Analysis

UNIT & TOPIC NAME NO OF QUESTIONS TOTAL MARKS (%) WEIGHTAGE
Zoology 45 180 100.00%
Animal Diversity 1 4 2.22%
General Knowledge 1 4 2.22%
Animal Physiology 5 20 11.11%
Circulatory System 1 4 2.22%
Digestive System 2 8 4.44%
Respiratory System 2 8 4.44%
Animal World 4 16 8.89%
Animal Kingdom 4 16 8.89%
Biomolecules 3 12 6.67%
Amino Acids 1 4 2.22%
Carbohydrate 1 4 2.22%
Lipid 1 4 2.22%
Biotechnology 6 24 13.33%
Application of Biotechnology 1 4 2.22%
DNA Fingerprinting 2 8 4.44%
Operon Model 1 4 2.22%
Plasmid 1 4 2.22%
Polymerage Chain Reaction 1 4 2.22%
Endocrine System 3 12 6.67%
Endocrine Glands 3 12 6.67%
Evolution 4 16 8.89%
Analogous Organs 1 4 2.22%
Homologous Organs 1 4 2.22%
Origin of Life 1 4 2.22%
Theory of Evolution 1 4 2.22%
Health and Disease 4 16 8.89%
Cancer 1 4 2.22%
Immunology 3 12 6.67%
Human Physiology 4 16 8.89%
Nervous System 1 4 2.22%
Respiratory System 3 12 6.67%
Living World 1 4 2.22%
Biological Classification 1 4 2.22%
Microbes 2 8 4.44%
Microbes useful to human welfare 2 8 4.44%
Pollution 1 4 2.22%
Water Pollution 1 4 2.22%
Reproduction 6 24 13.33%
Female Reproduction 2 8 4.44%
Human Reproduction 2 8 4.44%
Reproductive Health 2 8 4.44%
Tissue 1 4 2.22%
Structural Organisation of Animal 1 4 2.22%
Cell 3 12 6.67%
Cell division 2 8 4.44%
Cell Organelles 1 4 2.22%
Cell Biology 1 4 2.22%
Cell Organelles 1 4 2.22%
Cell: Structure and Function 3 12 6.67%
Cell Cycle 1 4 2.22%
Cell Cycle and division 1 4 2.22%
Cell: The unit of life 1 4 2.22%
Cell: The Unit of Life 1 4 2.22%
Cell 1 4 2.22%
Diversity in Living World 6 24 13.33%
Biological Classification 1 4 2.22%
Plant Kingdom 5 20 11.11%
Ecology 7 28 15.56%
Biodiversity and Conservation 3 12 6.67%
ecosystem 2 8 4.44%
Environmental Issues 1 4 2.22%
Organism and Population 1 4 2.22%
Genetics 5 20 11.11%
molecular basis of inheritance 1 4 2.22%
Principle of Inheritance and variation 4 16 8.89%
Plant Physiology 7 28 15.56%
Mineral Nutrition 1 4 2.22%
Photosynthesis 5 20 11.11%
Plant growth and development 1 4 2.22%
Principle of Inheritance and Variation 1 4 2.22%
Genetics 1 4 2.22%
Reproduction 5 20 11.11%
Sexual Reproduction in flowering plants 5 20 11.11%
Structural Organisation of Plant and Animals 6 24 13.33%
Anatomy of Flowering Plants 2 8 4.44%
Morphology of Plants 4 16 8.89%
Grand Total 90 360 100.00%

Expected Cutoff

NEET – 2016: TENTATIVE# CUTOFF TABLE
CATEGORY % RESERVATION CUT-OFF MARKS* % CUTOFF
Unreserved 50.5% 439 60.8
OBC (NCL) 27.0% 433 60.1
SC 15.0% 296 41.1
ST 7.5% 288 40
TOTAL 100.0%
NEET – 2016: Maximum Marks 720

# The Cut-off of NEET – 2016 is estimated on the basis of Previous Year Data and Toughness Analysis of NEET – 2015 Paper by Resonance Experts. These are not official data released by Authorities concerned.

 

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