NEET UG 2020 Registration extended upto 9th February, Apply Here
In a surprising development, National testing Agency has extended the registration process upto 9th february 2020. National Testing Agency re-opens the application form process after receiving representation from applicants who faced difficulty in filling the application form is providing another opportunity for fee payment for NEET UG 2020. Not only it is allowing NEET aspirants to pay the registration fees but also giving chance to complete the application form, upload images. The agency concluded form correction process for NEET applicants yesterday, i.e. January 31, 2020.Earlier the application process was concluded on January 7, 2020.
Several candidates, however, could not complete the fee payment process even after extension of the last date. After receiving representation form such candidates, NTA has decided to provide another opportunity to pay application fee for NEET.
This facility is available to those candidates who had already finished the step I of application process, that is registering for the exam.
All those candidates will be allowed to complete steps II, III, and IV of the application process. These steps are - filling the application form, uploading scanned images, and payment of application fee.
The window to complete the application form for registered candidates will open on February 3, 2020 and close on February 9, 2020.
How To Complete Application Process:
Step 1- Go to the application form
Step 2- fill complete details in the application form.
Step 3- upload images in the form.
Step 4- fee payment and receipt of online application form with fee.
To Apply, Click Here
For complete information about NEET Application form, Click Here
|Window to complete the form starting Date||03 February 2020|
|Last Date to finish the form||09 February 2020|
|Availability of Admit Card||27 March 2020|
|Exam date ||03 May 2020|
The medical eligibility cum entrance exam, NEET, saw more than 15 lakh candidates registering with 14 lakh plus students actually appearing for the exam. The number of applicants has been steadily increasing thereby bringing the competition levels up for the 75893 MBBS seats in 529 colleges and 26693 BDS seats in 313 colleges that are at stake in this national level undergraduate examination for medical courses across the country.
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