Not only in English but from now on NEET exam can be given in regional languages ​​as well

Not English, from now on the NET UG exam can also be given in the regional languages ​​of the country. According to NTA, there is an opportunity to conduct the entrance examination for admission to a medical degree in other regional languages ​​including Bengali. Recently, the National Testing Agency (NTA) issued a new notification to clarify the language of the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) UG question paper.

In the NET UG exam, students will have the opportunity to appear in English as well as other languages. In the notification published on the official website, NTA said that those who want to take the NET UG exam in the English language will be given the English question paper. On the other hand, those who want to take the exam in Hindi will be given question papers in both Hindi and English languages. And those who want to take the exam in the regional language can also get the question paper of the respective language along with the English language. As a result, the exam will have an English question paper along with regional languages ​​of choice.


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