The Indian Embassy in Oman has announced the establishment of a new NEET center in Muscat. The Embassy welcomed the new decision of the National Testing Agency to help thousands of students in Oman. The embassy thanked the authorities for this. Parents and students have been demanding for years that an examination center be set up in Oman, which has more than 20 Indian schools. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other Union ministers, led by expatriate organizations, had submitted petitions to allow the Center in the country. Based on this, permission has been granted for a new NEET examination center in Oman.
Earlier, students from Oman used to go to India or UAE for the NEET exam. Due to travel restrictions in the wake of the Kovid epidemic, most students sat for the exam at the Dubai Center last year. About 700 students from Oman had registered for the NEET exam last year. But this time the number is expected to cross the thousands.
In the context of Kovid, for the first time outside India last year, an examination center was allowed for the Medical Entrance Examination in Dubai. With the opening of new NEET examination centers in Oman and Qatar, the number of centers in the Gulf countries outside India has increased to eight. In addition to Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah in the UAE, other Gulf destinations include Kuwait City (Kuwait), Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) and Manama (Bahrain). Apart from these, examination centers have been sanctioned outside India in Bangkok (Thailand), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Kathmandu (Nepal), Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Lagos (Nigeria) and Singapore.
The registration process for the NEET entrance exam on July 17 has already started. Applications for NEET can be submitted till May 6. Students can appear for the exams in 13 languages including English, Hindi, Malayalam, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Urdu and Tamil.
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