NTA has officially postponed NEET 2020 to July 26, 2020 as per the announcement by Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank in his webinar on May 5, 2020.
The admit cards of the registered candidates will be released soon. The admit cards will have details of the exam centre, exam city and session of the exam. The admit cards will be released by the exam conducting agency, National Testing Agency (NTA)
Earlier, the minister had announced that these exams will be held in May-end, however, with lockdown being extended till May 17, the exams are expected to be postponed further. over 15.93 lakh have applied for NEET 2020, as per the National Testing Agency (NTA) – the exam conducting body
The minister was addressing the students’ query through a webinar on Twitter and Facebook. He also informed the students that other examinations will be conducted anytime after June 15. The dates of other exams including UGC NET exam will also be announced shortly.
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“For students hailing from rural areas, we understand that network connectivity issues can arise. For them, we are making efforts to reach them. We are adding both school and college courses on SWAYAM portal and SWYAM Prabha – a television or DTH initiative can telecast educational content on DD, Tata Sky, Airtel TV and other platforms,” the minister said.
The sessions which usually start from July will now begin in September
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What Next for NEET?
Next and major upcoming event is the release of NEET admit card, which is the hall ticket for candidates for entry to the examination centre. Candidates must visit the official website of NTA (nta.ac.in) and NEET (ntaneet.nic.in) regularly for all exam related events.
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