National Testing Agency (NTA) will issue the admit cards for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG) after the Coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown. Earlier, the conducting authority was expected to release the hall ticket on March 27, 2020. Through the official notice, NTA has postponed the NEET exam, which was scheduled to be held on May 3, 2020.
As per the recent notification, the common medical entrance exam will be held in the last week of May. However, the NEET 2020 exam date latest news will be announced after the lockdown. In the meantime, candidates are advised to grab the opportunity and prepare themselves for the exam during lockdown. For the year 2020, a total of 15,93,452 medical students will be taking the NEET entrance test. It is mandatory for candidates to download and carry NEET admit card 2020 at the exam centres. Along with it, a valid ID proof, passport size photograph and proforma with postcard size photograph should be affixed on it. Anyone without the admit card and other documents will not be allowed to appear in the examination hall.
Here are the qsteps to download NEET UG 2020 admit card:
1-Go to the official website - ntaneet.nic.in
2-Click on ‘download NEET admit card’ link
3-Enter the application number, date of birth and security pin
4-Verify the details in the admit card
5-Download the hall ticket and take a printout for future references
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET-UG is the entrance examination for students who wish to take admission into various medical courses in different government and private medical colleges of India. The entrance was named as All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) which is now replaced with NEET-UG. Earlier different medical colleges and, states used to conduct admission on their own. From 2019 onwards the National Testing Agency (NTA) is the new conducting body of the NEET exam and it is scheduled to be held once in a year.
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