Submitted by alvin on Tue, 2016-05-10 14:44 Mysuru: With Supreme Court making National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) mandatory for those seeking medical admissions, there has been a lot of confusion among student community over the whole exam process. To help students understand better, Bharat Informal Workers Initiative (BIWI) had organised a daylong interaction session at Sarada Vilas Centenary auditorium, recently. The session which saw huge participation by students and their parents focussed on the NEET exam pattern and ways to prepare for it. Resource person Pradhyumna explained everything about application filing, online payment, do’s and don’ts including the dress code, ranking list and coaching aspects. The second phase of NEET exam will be held on July 24. Speaking after inaugurating, former vice chancellor of Kuvempu University P Venkataramaih said higher education in the country is becoming extremely complex yet competitive. With NEET, students from rural areas will get an opportunity to perform better and there will be quality doctors, he added. Former medical education minister SA Ramadas said that BIWI has discussed with KSOU vice chancellor to provide four weeks free coaching for NEET-2.