How to fill NEET Application Form 2020
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How to fill NEET application form 2020 - Medical aspirants seeking admission to medical colleges through the national level entrance exam should be aware of how to fill NEET 2020 application form. National Testing Agency will release the application form of NEET 2020 on December 2, 2019. The last date to fill the same is December 31, 2019. It is important that candidate be aware of how to fill NEET application form prior to filling the same.

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NEET is a national level entrance test conducted by NTA every year on the first Sunday of May. NEET 2020 is scheduled for May 3, 2020 in pen paper mode, at around 2546 exam centres in 154 exam cities across the nation. This article by Careers360 will provide candidate’s with details regarding how to fill NEET application form 2020, step wise procedure, important guidelines, etc.

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NEET 2020 application form - Important dates

Events

Dates

Application form release

December 2, 2019

Last date to submit application form

December 31, 2019

Last date to make fee payment

December 31, 2019

NEET application form 2020 correction window

Second week of January 2020

Admit card release

March 27, 2020

Exam date

May 3, 2020

NEET eligibility criteria 2020

Candidates must be aware of NEET eligibility criteria 2020 prior to filling application form so that they do not face rejection of application. The points given below mention the eligibility criteria of the examination.

  • Nationality - Medical aspirants can be Indian Nationals, Non-Resident Indians, Overseas Citizens of India, Persons of Indian Origin and Foreign Nationals to be eligible for NEET 2020

  • Qualifying exam - It is mandatory for admission seeking candidates to pass 10+2 or equivalent exam with Chemistry, Physics, Biology/Biotechnology and English as the core subjects from a recognized board of education.Candidates currently in class 12 or any other equivalent board are also eligible to apply

  • Qualifying marks - Candidates have different qualifying marks category-wise. These marks have to be secured by them as aggregate in PCB. For candidates belonging to UnReserved category (UR), it is mandatory to score 50%, candidates from SC/ST/OBC have to secure 40%. Those candidates who belong to Persons with Disability (PwD) category have to secure 45%

  • Minimum age - Aspiring candidates must complete 17 years of age as on December 31, 2020

  • Maximum age - The conducting body has not fixed any maximum age limit for the exam

  • Maximum attempts - Candidate’s can give as many attempts of the exam as they want

How to fill NEET application form 2020 - Overview

Features

Specifications

Mode

Online

Contact details

Valid mobile number and email ID

Aadhar Card validity

It can be submitted as ID proof however it is not mandatory

Application fee

General/ OBC (NCL) - ₹1400

SC/ST/PwD/Transgender - ₹ 750

Steps

1. Registration

2. Filling basic details

3. Uploading documents

4. Making payment

5. Printing confirmation page

How to fill NEET application form 2020 - Step-wise procedure

Candidates can refer to the points given below for an idea of the stepwise procedure of filling the application form of NEET.

Step 1. Registration

  1. A link will be provided above to fill the application form. Candidates have to click on it

  2. Aspirants will be redirected to the screen containing all instructions regarding the exam. It will include details like documents required, important dates pertaining to the exam, eligibility criteria, etc. The image below can be referred for the same

  3. Candidates have to go through the instructions carefully, accept that they have done the same by selecting the area provided and then click on ‘Proceed to apply online…’

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  1. After completing the steps mentioned above candidates will be redirected to the ‘Registration page’ of NEET 2020. Replica of the same can be seen in the image below

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  1. On this page candidates will be provided columns to fill in their name, mother’s name, father’s name, gender, date of birth, category, nationality, state, identity type, ID proof number, valid mobile number and email ID. It is to be noted that candidate’s details like name, date of birth and gender, in the application form and government ID proof must match. Also, their mother’s and father’s name should match with class 10 certificate

  2. After entering details asked on the page click on ‘Preview & Next’. In the screen that appears candidates belonging to the state of Jammu & Kashmir have to fill a self-declaration form if they wish to opt for admission to 15% AIQ quota seats. If they do not wish to opt for the same they have to click on ‘Oops! Please no’

  3. Now candidates have to preview the information entered and click on ‘Next’

  4. In the screen that appears after completing the steps above, candidates have to fill in below-mentioned details

  • Create a password

  • Add a security question

  • Enter the OTP sent on their valid mobile number and email ID

  • Click on the ‘submit’ button after filling the details

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  1. The screen that appears after completing the steps above will have a provisional registration number as shown in the image below. Candidates have to keep this number safe as this will be used along with the password created by them and serve as login credentials

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  1. Candidates have to then click on ‘Click here to login’ if they wish to continue filling the form or close the window if they wish to pause after the registration part

Step 2. Filling NEET application form 2020

Candidates have to follow the steps given below to fill in the basic details in NEET 2020 application form

  1. A link for filling the application form of NEET is provided above. Candidates have to click on it and ‘Login’ with their provisional registration number and password created by them. Aspirants can refer to the image given below

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  1. In the screen that appears candidate’s have to enter the following details

  • Personal details

  • Choice of language in which they wish their exam to be conducted (among 11 options choose one)

  • Choose three exam cities of your preference on the basis of priority

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  1. In the next page enter your academic details of class 10, 11 and 12 or equivalent. At the bottom of this page candidates will be asked to fill their marks scored in Physics, Chemistry, Biology in class 12. After filling the details candidates have to click on ‘Next’

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  1. In the next screen candidates have to enter their following details

  • Residential details

  • Correspondence address

  • Parent’s qualification,occupation, income

  • Declaration of dress code

  • Security pin

  • After entering details click on ‘Preview and submit’

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  1. Candidates will now be redirected to the review page to review details given by them. Here they have two options as mentioned-below

  • Press ‘Back’ button if they wish to make changes in the information entered by them

  • If there are no corrections or changes to be made they have to enter the OTP received on their registered mobile number and email ID, enter the security pin and click on ‘Final submit button’ to submit the details filled in NEET application form 2020

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  1. After completing the steps above candidates will be asked to confirm if they wish to submit the details. After they click on the ‘Yes! Please do’ button candidates will not be allowed to make any changes in NEET 2020 application form. Refer to the image given below 1569473271068

  1. It is to be noted that candidates can choose to not confirm and not click on the Final submit button if they wish to make any changes. They will be allowed to correct or change details entered by them until the last date of filling the application form of NEET, i.e, December 31, 2019

Step 3. Uploading photograph and signature

In this step medical aspirants have to upload their photograph and signature according to the specifications given in the table below

Specifications for photograph and signature

Documents

Specifications

Size and format

Photograph

  • Passport size photograph

  • White background

  • Name of the candidate and date written at the bottom

Size- 10 Kb to 200 Kb

Format- JPG/JPEG

Signature

  • White Background

  • Signed with black pen

Size- 4 Kb to 30 Kb

Format- JPG/JPEG

How to upload a photograph and signature?

  1. Refer to the screenshot provided below. Click on ‘Upload your recent photograph and signature’

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  1. Click on ‘Browse’ button and select the location of the file. After doing the aforementioned click on ‘Next’

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  1. The next screen will display the documents chosen by candidates to be uploaded. If aspirants do not wish to make any corrections in the same they have to click on ‘Next’

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  1. Next candidates have to enter the security pin and click on ‘Upload’ to complete this step

  2. Candidates must keep 4 passport size copy and 3 postcard size copy of the photo for future use. They will also have to stick this photo on NEET admit card 2020

Step 4. Make payment of NEET 2020 application fee

  1. In the next step candidates have to make payment for the application form of NEET. Category wise application fee of NEET 2020 is given in the table above. There are certain points which are to be known to the candidates prior to making the application fee payment

  • The mode of fee payment is both online and offline. If candidates wish to make payment online they can do it through credit/debit card/net banking. It is to be noted that when they are making the payment they will be shown options of a few banks to select from They need not panic and have to select any bank after which option of other banks will appear on the screen

  • In case of offline payment candidates can seek the help of Common Service Centre (CSC). The authorities there will make payment on behalf of the candidate, and in return they will charge a nominal fee. Candidate’s can also submit E-Challan at the nearest SBI bank branch

  1. After selecting the option of bank, the screen will display candidate’s name, registration number and amount to be paid. After having verified the details mentioned, candidate’s have to click on ‘Go to payment’ and then confirm the payment by clicking on ‘Yes! Please do’

  2. After this candidate’s will be redirected to the payment interface page where they can make NEET application fee payment until December 31, 2019

  3. Candidates must keep the receipt of fee payment if done offline

Step 5. Confirmation page

After candidates have made application fee payment for NEET application form 2020, the confirmation page screen will be displayed. When the screen displays this confirmation page it means that all the steps of NEET 2020 application form has been completed successfully. The points given below have to be kept in mind regarding the confirmation page of the application form of NEET

  • Candidates have to go through all the details mentioned on the confirmation page and verify the same

  • The confirmation page will be sent to candidates on their registered mobile number and email ID

  • It is advised that candidates take at least 3-4 printouts of the page for future reference

  • In case candidate’s forget to take the printout of the confirmation page they can login again using their provisional registration number and password and take printout of the same

  • It is to be noted that candidates will not be able to download the confirmation page of NEET application form 2020 after the last date of filling the same

Replica of confirmation page

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NEET 2020 application form - Correction window

NTA will begin the facility of NEET correction window for the year 2020 from the second week of January, link for the same will be provided above. Information regarding corrections to be made in the uploaded images will also be sent to medical aspirants via mail. Refer to the steps below to make the required changes in NEET application form 2020

  1. Click on ‘NEET Candidate Login’ link provided above on this page

  2. Enter your login credentials, i.e., provisional registration number and password (created at the time of registration)

  3. Make the changes required as per specifications

  4. Candidates will receive an OTP on registered mobile number and email ID once the corrections are done

  5. The screen will display a slip of correction, candidates must take a printout of the same for future use

NEET 2020 Common Service Centres (CSCs)

Government has set up CSCs for candidates (especially from rural areas) to be able to fill and submit NEET application form despite lack of proper resources. Candidates should seek the help of these CSCs incase they face difficulty in making fee payment for NEET application form 2020. They can also do the same in offline mode of e-wallet, etc.

The country has more than 2.4 lakh CSCs set up by government, list of the same will be made available on the official website of the exam. These CSCs charge a nominal fee for the services they provide, which can be checked in the table below

NEET 2020 CSCs fee

Service

Fee

Assistance in completing processes of NEET application form submission

(from preparation of an email-Id to printing of confirmation page)

INR 25/-

Uploading of scanned documents (only)

INR 10/-

Payment of NEET application fee (online through e-wallet)

0.5% of the total transaction fee

Printout

INR 5/- per page

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