NEET 2018 Applications close; Correction window details released
Somesh S Menon, 13 Mar 2018, #NEET
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The NEET 2018 Application Form has been closed by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) at 5.30 PM on March 12, 2018. The CBSE has also released details on the one-time NEET application correction window which will be open between March 15 and March 17, 2018. Candidates who have successfully registered for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) by March 12, 2018, can still complete the NEET application fee payment till 11.50 PM on March 13, 2018. Only these candidates will be able to access their application form and make changes to their form when the correction window opens on March 15, 2018. The CBSE has specified all the details which can be corrected by candidates through an official notice released on March 12, 2018.

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Before releasing the NEET 2018 application correction notice, the CBSE stopped accepting new registrations. When candidates clicked on the ‘Apply Online’ and subsequently the ‘Proceed to Apply Online NEET (UG) 2018’ options after 5.30 PM on March 12, the following message was displayed:

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Candidates who had registered earlier and wished to proceed with the ‘Candidate Login’ option after 5.30 PM on March 12, but had not completed Step 2 of the application process requiring them to upload photo and signature, were shown the below message:




Contrary to what is displayed above, payment is still allowed till March 13, 11.50 PM. Candidates who had registered earlier, had completed Step 2 of the application process by uploading photo and signature and only had payment pending, were shown the following message when they logged in after 5.30 PM on March 12:




The CBSE also sent the above candidates a text message on their registered mobile number stating that, “You have not remitted fee in respect of your online application no. 4*****5 for NEET (UG), 2018. Please remit the prescribed fee by 13.03.2018 (11:50 pm). Without fee you will not be allowed in NEET. Details sent on your email too. - NEET UNIT.


The email sent by the CBSE informing candidates to complete their payment for NEET 2018 application form is as displayed below:



Finally, the CBSE has also updated the official NEET 2018 website to display the following message - “Last date for form submission is over. Candidates who have submitted their form by uploading the photograph and signature can pay the fee by 13.03.2018 up to 11:50 pm. Thereafter, their candidature for NEET will not be considered. No Grievance will be considered in this regard”.

Therefore, all candidates who are yet to pay the NEET 2018 application fee should do so by 11.50 PM on March 13, 2018, to successfully submit their NEET 2018 Application form.


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Only the candidates who submit the fee as per the above mentioned deadline will be allowed to make corrections to the NEET application form in the correction window which will be opened by the CBSE between March 15 and March 17, 2018.



About NEET Application Form Correction Window

The CBSE has issued a public notice on March 12, 2018, as per which it will provide a one-time correction window to candidates between March 15 and March 17, 2018, for making corrections in certain fields of the NEET application form. The correction window of the NEET 2018 application form was earlier scheduled to be open between March 12 and March 16, 2018. However, the CBSE was forced to extend the previous NEET application deadline from March 9 to March 12, 2018. The extension came after the Supreme Court directed the Board on March 6, 2018, to remove the rule requiring all candidates to submit their Aadhaar details while submitting the form. In a notice issued by the CBSE regarding this on March 8, "In addition to Aadhaar or Aadhaar Enrollment No., the candidates may fill the application form by mentioning alternative Identification Number such as Ration Card, Passport, Bank Account No. or other valid Government ID (such as Driving License, Voter ID etc.)".


When will the NEET application form correction window be open?

The application correction window for NEET 2018 will be open between:

Start Date

Start Time

Closing Date

Closing Time

Thursday, March 15, 2018

10.00 AM

Saturday, March 17, 2018

11.50 PM


What can candidates correct in the NEET application form 2018?

Unlike last year, when the CBSE only allowed candidates from Assam, Jammu and Kashmir and Meghalaya to make corrections to their Identification Identity, Date of Birth and Gender, all candidates will be allowed to make corrections to these fields and many others as per this year’s correction window notice. However, if candidates have used Aadhaar details while submitting their form, then they will not be allowed to change their Date of Birth or Gender.


To check the notice released by the CBSE on the NEET Application Correction Window 2018, see the window below -

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Check below for the detailed list of NEET 2018 application form particulars which can be edited and by whom:


Who can edit

Who cannot edit


Identification Identity

All candidates who have filled application form with the IDs other than Aadhaar can enter Aadhaar details if needed.

Candidates who have used Aadhaar as well as Foreign, OCI, PIO and NRI candidates.


Date of Birth

All candidates who have filled application form with the IDs other than Aadhaar.

Candidates who used Aadhaar.



All candidates who have filled up the form application form with the IDs other than Aadhar Card will be able to make correction in their gender.

Candidates who used Aadhaar.

State Code of Eligibility

All candidates can make corrections.

Assam, Meghalaya and J&K candidates will only be able to change state code of eligibility if they have Aadhaar.

Not applicable


All candidates can make corrections.

Not applicable

Disability Status

All candidates can make corrections.

Not applicable


All candidates can make corrections. If regional language is chosen, then Centre City should also be changed.

Not applicable

Examination Centre

All candidates can make corrections.

Not applicable

Qualifying Exam Code

All candidates can make corrections.

Not applicable

Percentage of Marks obtained in Class 12

All candidates can make corrections.

Not applicable

Father’s Name and Mother’s Name

All candidates can make correction and interchange the name.

Not applicable

Candidates should take a printout of the correction slip that will be generated after they submit the corrections. The slip should be kept carefully for future reference and record. If changing the category or disability status leads to increase in fees, then the additional amount will have to be paid through Debit/Credit Card or Net Banking within the prescribed time and date, ie. by 11:50 PM on March 17, 2018. As the correction window is a one-time opportunity, candidates should be very careful while making corrections. Once corrections are submitted, the CBSE will not entertain any correspondence in this regard.

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