Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2016 will conduct its Phase II examination on July 24, 2016, i.e. 3 days later from today. Students appearing for the exam tend to jot down names of medical institutions, colleges which has been enlisted below in this article. The allotment can be seen on the official website of AIPMT. The respective exam is commenced by Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi annually for admissions in various accredited MBBS/BDS courses approved by Medical Council of India/ Dental Council of India, under the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. The previous NEET I or AIPMT exam was conducted on May 1, 2016. This year, as of new rules, all the private bodies or organisation will come under the new system whereas State boards have been exempted from the ambit of AIPMT. In a particular manner, only undergraduate courses would be conducted under the preview of NEET from this year. Though the list of colleges or institutes remains same as before, one can easily check it from the provided website www.aipmt.nic.in. List of Medical Colleges Available Under NEET All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Medical College of Assam Guwahati Medical College Silchar Medical College Jorhat Medical College AN Magadh Medical College Gaya, Darbhanga Medical College Patna Government Medical College Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC), Pune JIPMER College, Puducherry (Pondicherry) Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC), Delhi Lady Hardinge Medical College (LHMC), Delhi Madras Medical College, Chennai Every year almost 20,00,000 aspirants appear in NEET exam to seek admission in various Medical and Dental Colleges from the entire nation. A few of them successfully qualify to enter in these colleges. Recently it was subjected that all the exam may come under single body or jurisdiction. Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Bill and The Dentists (Amendment) Bill presented in Lok Sabha sought to amend the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 and Act, 1958, where NEET ought to be replaced. As of now, the Directorate of Medical Education and Research have announced the first merit list on its official website. Students who qualify the NEET 2016 exam need to keep their scores safely as it would further help in seeking admissions in various private institutions and colleges if seats available in government-affiliated colleges.