Why having one Common Entrance Examination for Medical Beneficial?
Till 2019 there were many examinations for the medical field aspirants. Students had to prepare for various exams like the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), The All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), The Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research (JIPMER) to name a few. One exam is over; students won’t even get a breather, and they have to prepare for the next examination. A few months back, Union Health Minister announced that the admission to MBBS courses in medical colleges across the country would be through the NEET. Now the question many students are facing that is AIIMS and JIPMER included in NEET? Well, the answer to it is that Yes
Let us see how having one common entrance examination will benefit students
Students Need Not Sit Through Multiple Entrance Test
Before this government decision, medical aspirants have to give multiple entrance examinations to get admission to MBBS courses. The purpose of conducting the NEET examination was to get admission in Government or Private medical colleges. Students clearing AIIMS examination would get admission to AIIMS institute all over India, and students appearing for the JIPMER examination, if passed, will be doing their MBBS course through JIPMER. Now with this ruling student can concentrate in only one examination.
Will Relieve the Students from some Stress
Giving multiple entrance examinations adds to the stress of the students. One examination is over, and the stress of giving another exam lingers. They have to be equally prepared for all the test, it is not like that if you are prepared for one entrance examination, you are ready for the rest of it. Students have to be prepared for all the exams and have to practice a lot. With one examination of NEET, the stress level of giving numerous examinations has reduced considerably.
It has become cost effective
While appearing for the entrance exam, students have to purchase the application forms, and they have to pay for the examination fees. Multiple examinations mean multiple application forms and numerous payments of examination fees; hence, it becomes rather expensive for the parents to shell out money to secure the future of their children. But, with this decision of having one examination has given some financial relief to the aspirants as they have to pay once.
At the end of the day, the question is AIIMS and JIPMER included in NEET or not shouldn’t be the area of concern. The real concern is how prepared the students are in confidently giving the examination and come out of flying colours. Students should have an excellent coaching institute that will help train them and help them in preparing for the NEET examination. Students in Nanded and Latur should consider IIB to help them realise their dream of becoming a doctor. IIB is regarded as one of the Best Coaching institutes for AIIMS, JIPMER, and NEET preparation. Although AIIMS and JIPMER don’t have an examination from next year, the portion and the study material of these examinations are useful. IIB has also introduced IIB FAST (Free Admission Selection Test) which helps deserving and needy students to get free admission in 11th and 12th standards. 2000 students (1000 students each in 11th and 12th) stands a chance to get free admission if they crack the IIB FAST examination.