How to fill NEET Application Form 2017

How to fill NEET Application Form
How to fill NEET Application Form 2017 is a step-wise tutorial to help candidates with process of filling up the application form, image uploading and mode for paying examination fee. Careers360 brings ‘How to Fill NEET Application Form’ so that candidates can fill the application form hassle free and without any mistake. The step wise procedure of NEET application is based on official instructions as provided by the examination authority, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). NEET online registration has begun from January 31, 2017. Candidates can fill NEET application form 2017 till March 1, 2017. Further, the application fee for NEET 2017 can be paid in both modes-online and offline. Candidates can check below for detailed instructions of filling NEET Application Form 2017.
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Note: Editing in NEET Application Form 2017 can be done before final submission. Candidates are advised to check particulars marked red in NEET 2017 application form before final submission because these particulars are not editable once submitted. Candidates have to enter OTP number which has been send to mobile number given at the time of registration.


Salient Features of NEET Application Form

  • NEET Application form 2017 can be filled in online mode only as there is no other mode like offline, form download or application by post is available

  • Candidates have to upload the scanned copies of their photograph, signature and left thumb impression at the time of applying for NEET

  • The requisite examination fee of NEET can be paid through debit card/credit card and E-wallet of Common Services Centre.  Remittance of NEET exam fee can be also done through e-challan by depositing in CBSE Account with Syndicate Bank, State Bank of India, ICICI Bank or HDFC Bank 

  • While paying through Bank challan, candidates have to download the challan generated at the payment stage and have to deposit the fee in cash at any of the designated bank

NEET Application Form 2017 can be filled in five steps. At stage first candidates have to read admission brochure to ascertain their eligibility and know all about NEET 2017. At second stage, candidates have to obtain the registration number by filling up the on-line application form. Next stage is to upload images of photograph and signature in JPEG format in prescribed format. In stage 3, candidates have to pay the requisite examination fee either through Debit/Credit Card/Net Banking or Bank Challan. At stage 4 candidates have to take the printout of NEET 2017 Application Confirmation pages of submitted application and preserve it along with copy of proof of fee deposited (if fee is deposited through Challan mode) for future refrences.


Important Dates of NEET 2017 application procedure - The important dates of NEET 2017 application procedure is given below. Candidates can check NEET 2017 application start and end dates from the table given below:

 NEET 2017 Application Dates


Schedule for on-line submission of application forms

For Fee Through e-challan

For Fee Through other Modes

January 31, 2017 to March 1, 2017

January 31, 2017 to March 1, 2017

Click here to fill NEET 2017 online Application Form


The step wise procedure on ‘How to Fill NEET Application Form 2017’ is given below: 


Instruction Page of NEET 2017

Candidates are advised to carefully go through this so that they can know instructions and process required to fill the application form. This page will have the NEET important dates 2017, image and signature specification as required during applying online, procedure of paying examination fee, documents required, etc.


Students from the States of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and J & K are ‘Not Eligible’ for 15% all India quota seats but who are not domiciled in Andhra Pradesh/ Telangana /J&K have to upload Self-Declaration form as per the given format.


To download self-declaration proforma for candidates belonging to Andhra Pradesh, Telangana And J & K – Click Here


Candidates will be required to mention their own or parent’s mobile number. They must mention only one email Id and mobile number for filling up NEET 2017 application form.


Click on 'Proceed to Apply Online' to begin application procedure of NEET 2017. The replica of the same is shown below.






Step - 1 - NEET 2017 Registration Page


Procedure to be followed by registered candidates in NEET 2017

After clicking on the NEET application form window given above, a new link will be generated. Candidates will have to select the link and click on know more to start filling up NEET application form 2017.




In registration page, candidates have to register themselves for NEET 2017. While registering they have to provide their name, parent’s name, date of birth, mobile number etc. Candidates have to mention their own /Parent's Mobile no. & Email ID as they will receive One Time Password (OTP) for final submission of online application & future communication on the same.


Candidates can also check NEET eligibility criteria 2017 in terms of age by clicking on ‘Help’ button to know the age required for appearing in NEET 2017. As per eligibility criteria, candidates must be 17 years old as on December 31, 2016 while the upper age limit is 25 years for general and 30 years for SC / ST / OBC category candidates. Candidates must be appearing or have passed class 10+2 or equivalent exam with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/ Bio-technology (PCB) subjects.


Step - 2 – Filling of NEET Application Form 2017

At this stage of candidates have to fill all the credential as required to complete the application process. Candidates have to fill the required field as per the given instructions for credentials of like name, parents name and date of birth will be auto generated as per the information provided during registration process. To download self-declaration proforma for candidates belonging to Andhra Pradesh, Telangana And J & K – Click Here



State to which the Applicant belong - Candidates from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Jammu & Kashmir are not eligible for 15% All India Quota. Students of these states who are domicile of other States are required to submit Self declaration for 15% All India Quota seats as per the given format. Candidate’s option for State Quota seats will be generated on the basis of State Code of eligibility filled in at this stage. If candidates state of parental origin and state of domicile is different, they have to choose State of parental origin.


Candidates have to choose their category, gender, whether disable or not, place of residence (rural or urban).


Medium of Question Paper - Candidates can choose their language (from the drop-down menu) in which they wish to take the NEET UG paper.




Contact Details: Candidates have to provide their corresponding address like house number, block, city and state of their residence. They also have to provide their email id, contact number, etc.


Domicile of Candidates: Indian origin candidates have to provide their state of domicile as candidate’s option for State Quota seats will be generated on the basis of State Code of Eligibility filled in here.




Parents/Guardian Detail: At this step candidates have to fill their parents/guardian educational qualification, occupation and annual income.


Academic Detail of Candidates: Candidates have to fill their name & address from where they passed class 10. They also have to mention their class X board name, year of passing and percentage of marks obtained.


Qualifying Examination Detail: Candidates have to enter the detail of their class 12 exam like name of the school, board, year of passing, type of institution, address of the school, marks obtained, etc.




Filling Up State Code Eligibility: Candidates have to select their domicile state and from where they have completed/pursuing their class 12.

  • Candidates have to furnish the state code as per the codes provided in admission brochure.  For 15% All India Quota seats, candidates may choose State Code(s) on the basis of State to which the applicant belongs

  • Guidelines and Rules regarding Domicile framed by each participating State/University/Institution shall be applicable in respect of the seats under their control

  • Candidates who are eligible for State Quota seats in participating States/UT may fill State Code of the concerned State after ensuring their eligibility as per criteria prescribed by the participating State

Note: Candidate data regarding State of Parental Origin, State of Domicile and State of Class 12 Study are captured in the Application form, however candidate eligibility for seat will be subject to rules of the State/University/Institutions concerned


Select Medium of Question Paper:  Candidates have to select the medium of question paper in which they wish to take the exam. They can either opt for English or Hindi for taking NEET 2017.


Selection of Examination Centre: Candidates can select any of the three centres from the given list for appearing in NEET 2017. The exam centres will be allotted by the examination authority.


Create Password for Candidate login: Candidates have to create login id and password for proceeding further steps of application form like upload photograph, signature, right hand index finger impression etc. and payment of fee to generate confirmation Page


NEET Application Form 2017 - Page Preview

Candidates are advised to preview you the filled information so to cross check all the details. Please check the particulars shown in red once again before final submission. These particulars are not editable once submitted. Candidates have to enter OTP Number which has already been send to their mobile at the time of NEET 2017 registration.


To submit the NEET application form 2017, click on ‘Final Submission’ and proceed for Step 3. If candidates want to modify or change anything in application form then they have to click on ‘Edit in Application form’ button.



Step - 3 – Uploading of Photograph, and signature

Candidates have to Login through their registration number and password which has been created by you at a time of filling of online application. After ‘Login’ candidates will be allowed for the next stage of NEET 2017 application procedure.



Candidates have to upload their photograph, and signature as per the given dimension. In case of candidates from Andhra Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir and Telangana who have opted for seats under 15% All India Quota have upload self-declaration form.

  • Image Size - Must be in JPG format and size must be between 10 KB and 100 KB

  • Signature Size - Must be in JPG format and size must be between 3 KB and 20KB

STEP – 4 - Select Mode of Payment

The application fee can be paid either online or offline. Candidates must select any of the modes to pay the NEET 2017 examination fee.

  • Online Mode: The online mode of payment can be done through Debit/Credit/ Net Banking
  • Offline Payment Mode: The offline mode of payment can be done through bank challan (Syndicate Bank, State Bank of India, ICICI Bank or HDFC Bank) generated at the time of application procedure
  •  E-wallet of Common Services Centre

The NEET 2017 examination fee is mentioned below. Candidates have to pay the requisite fee otherwise their candidature will be cancelled.

Candidates Category

Application fee (in INR)

For General/OBC 

Rs. 1400


Rs. 750

Candidates are advised to check their NEET 2017 registration number, name and amount chosen before making the payment or generating the bank challan. 




STEP – 5 – Generating and taking printout of NEET 2017 Confirmation Page

After successful payment of NEET 2017 examination fee a confirmation page will be generated. Candidates are advised to take the printout of ‘NEET 2017 Confirmation Page’. It must be noted that there is no need to send the Confirmation Page to CBSE.  Candidates must retain the following documents with them as reference for future correspondence.

  • At least three printouts of the Confirmation Page of online Application
  • Proof of fee paid
  • At least 5 copies of identical passport size Photograph that was scanned and uploaded on the Online Application
  • At least 2 similar post card size photos (same as scanned and uploaded on the online application)
  • Copy of the system generated Self Declaration in respect of candidates from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and J&K who have opted for seats under 15% All India Quota



NEET 2017 Common Services Centres/ Facilitation Centres:

CBSE has designated around 1.5 lac Common Services Centres across the country to provide desired support to candidates in filling up NEET 2017 application form. Candidates who finds difficult in filling up NEET 2017 application due to any reason can go to any of the facilitation centres and avail the facility. At Common Services Centres (CSC) e- wallet services will be used for payment of NEET 2017 application fee.


The table given below shows the services provided at facilitation centres along with their charges:

Services Provided at  Facilitation Centres

Fee for Services

Preparing e-mail, Submission of NEET 2017 Application form & Printout

Rs. 25

On line payment of Fee

0.5% of transaction

Downloading of NEET 2017 Admit Card/ OMR/Answer Key

Rs. 10

Online claim for NEET 2017 Responses/Key

Rs. 25

Printout per page

Rs. 5

See previous year video to check "How to fill NEET Application Form 2017" 



Note: Candidates must note that this piece of information is based on last year's prospectus of NEET 2016 and Careers360 will update it as and when the online application forms of NEET 2017 will  be released.




Stay tuned to for more news and feature related to NEET 2017

First Published On : 04 Dec 2015 05:32 PM IST

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