According to some reports, it is to be believed  that the NEET 2020 (national eligibility cum entrance exam) will be conducted via computer based mode (online mode) since, the National Testing agency has successfully conducted the UGC NET 2018 test  through online mode.

It is to be noted that it is not a new one as the NTA already had the plans of conducting the NEET 2019 in online mode but due to some reasons, it withdrew its plan and proceeded to conduct the NEET 2019 test in pen and paper mode. However, after the successful onset of UGC NET 2018 test, it seems that the NTA is decided to proceed with its previous plan of conducting the NEET test in computer based mode. The UGC NET 2018 is conducted with the participation of 7.50 lakh candidates in  300 different cities at around 600 exam centres. In JEE Main 2019 test, so far around 9.50 lakh candidates has been registered. Further, the JEE Main 2019 is also to be conducted in the online mode.  Henceforth, the NTA is expected to conduct the NEET 2020 test via online mode. Even though, there is no official announcement regarding the mode of the test. However, the test is believed to be conducted in the online mode after the hope brought by the successful completion of UGC NET 2018.

The aspiring candidates must fulfil the eligibility criteria in order to register the NEET 2020.  Regarding the age factor,  the candidates must be 17 year old during the admission period and there is no upper age limit. The candidates must have necessarily qualified the 10th and 12th or equivalent examinations with the minimum scoring of 50% in each of the following subjects such as Biology/Biotechnology, Chemistry, Physics and English.

The aspiring candidates can appear for the NEET (National eligibility vim entrance test) for any number of times as the NTA has lifted the attempt criteria (number of attempts) for the NEET aspirants. By the month of November 2019, the application form for the NEET 2020 is expected to be released. The application form will be able to filled only through the online mode as the other mode of filling the application form is completely unavailable. By providing the basic information about themselves, the candidates can start their registration. Soon, the candidates are provided with their respective application number and password. Through which they can login to furnish the other required information and the application fees to successfully submit the application form.

The National Eligibility com Entrance Test (NEET) is the single entrance  exam for the aspiring candidates to pursue the medical and dental courses such as MBBS, MD, MS, BDS MDS for any graduate and postgraduate courses. From last year, this national level entrance exam is conducted by the NTA (National Testing Agency) and the NEET UG is the only test which serves as a medium to admit more than 66,000 candidates for both the MBBS and BDS courses across India.