NEET attempts capped at 3; age at 25 for unreserved
Medical aspirants across India can now only take three shots at the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), a cap introduced to discourage the thousands who keep trying their luck at the examination. Also, candidates must fulfil a new age criterion if they wish to sit for the medical and dental exam.

The decision was taken at a University Grants Commission (UGC) meeting on Tuesday in Delhi. The minimum age to appear for NEET is 17 years. The maximum age for open category students is 25 years, and 30 years for the reserved category. To date, there has never been a maximum age defined to take NEET, nor has there been a limit on the number of attempts. "This is a good decision," said Dr Pravin Shingare, director at the Maharashtra directorate of medical education and research (DMER)....
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Is this for NEET UG?
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What is age limit decided for post graduate and post doctoral exams
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