NEET Candidate Login 2020
Sahiba.Sharma, 21 Sep 2019, #NEET
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NEET Candidate Login 2020 - Medical UG aspirants need to be aware of the steps of NEET 2020 candidate login to be able to download their results for the same. NTA will announce the result of NEET 2020 on June 4 in online mode. Link for the same will be provided on this page. Medical aspirants will have to download the result through candidate login of NEET, which will be done by entering their application number and password. NTA will release the official answer key of NEET 2020 in the last week of May. NEET candidate login 2020 will help candidates fill the application form of the exam, make corrections, download admit card, check official answer key released by authorities and download their result.

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Latest - Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Minister of Health and Family Welfare announced on October 4, 2019 that NEET will serve as single medical entrance exam for UG courses in the nation. AIIMS MBBS and JIPMER MBBS scrapped.

National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct NEET 2020 on May 3 in pen and paper mode. NEET 2020 candidate login for filling and submitting the application form will be available from December 2, 2019. NEET will be held in a single shift for admission to the medical and dental seats offered across nation. This article by Careers360 will provide candidates with details regarding NEET candidate login, stepwise procedure, important dates, etc.

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Important dates of NEET UG 2020

The table given below gives important dates pertaining to NEET UG 2020. Candidates should refer to the dates to avoid missing any important event.

NEET Important Dates 2020

Events

Dates

Application form release

December 2, 2019

Last date to submit application form

December 31, 2019

Correction window

Second week of January 2020

Admit card release

March 27, 2020

Exam date

May 3, 2020

Official answer key release

Last week of May 2020

Result release

June 4, 2020

NEET Candidate Login 2020 - Registration

In order to get NEET 2020 candidate login, it is imperative for aspirants to register themselves first. Once they have registered they will be provided with a unique provisional application number. Using this number and the password created while registration, candidates will be able to fill NEET application form 2020. The steps for new online registration are given below.

  • Candidates will have to first click on the link provided above on this page as and when available

  • Then they are required to read all the instructions provided on the screen that appears and click on ‘Proceed’ to register and create credentials for candidate login of NEET

  • In the next screen medical aspirants have to enter the required details such as name, date of birth, gender, nationality, parent’s name, category and valid email ID and phone number

  • It is advised that candidates submit valid email ID and phone number as all official announcements and information will be communicated to them on these

  • After filling all the details candidate’s will be asked to create a password. This password created by them will serve as the password for NEET candidate login 2020

  • On creating a new password candidate’s will have to answer a security question, following which a One Time Password (OTP) will be sent to them on their registered mail ID and phone number. Candidate’s have to verify this OTP

  • The final step is to click on the ‘Submit’ button. After this a provisional registration number will be generated and sent to candidates on their registered number and mail ID

  • The registered number and password will then serve as NEET 2020 candidate login credentials. Candidate’s will have to use these credentials at various steps of the examination like downloading NEET admit card 2020, NEET result 2020, etc.

NEET Candidate Login - Steps

As mentioned above, candidates will have to use NEET candidate login 2020 credentials when they fill the application form. It should also be noted that candidates can fill NEET application form 2020 in stages and whenever they sit to fill any part of the form they must login with NEET 2020 candidate login credentials.

  • For this candidate’s need to first click on the link provided on this page for filling application form

  • After the step above they have to enter their ‘application number’ and ‘password’ created at the time of NEET candidate login in the space provided

  • Candidate’s have to then click on the ‘Login’ button which will lead them to the candidate portal

Replica of NEET Candidate login page

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NEET Candidate Login 2020 - Downloading result

Candidate’s will have to use the credentials of NEET 2020 candidate login while downloading their results of the examination. Steps for the same are given below

1. Click on the link provided above after release of NEET result 2020

2. Login using application number, date of birth and password

3. Verify the result displayed on screen and take printouts of the same for future use

NEET Candidate Login - Password recovery through OTP

In case candidate’s forget their NEET candidate login 2020 password they can recover it by following the steps below

  • Click on the link provided to retrieve the password of NEET 2020 candidate login

  • Click on the ‘through OTP’ tab given above on the page

  • Candidates have to then enter their name, application number, date of birth, and copy the captcha code (security pin) and click on ‘Submit’

  • They will receive an OTP on their registered mobile number and mail ID

  • Candidate’s have to enter this OTP in the space provided to retrieve password of NEET candidate login


Replica of NEET Candidate login password recovery page (through OTP) is given in the image below

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NEET Candidate Login 2020 - Password recovery through security question

Candidate’s can also retrieve their password through security question. The points given below will help them in the same

1. Click on the link provided above for recovery of NEET 2020 candidate login password through OTP

2. Select the tab which says ‘Through Security Question’.

3. In the screen that appears enter details like application number, name, date of birth, select the security question, enter your answer

4. Copy the captcha code (security pin) and click on ‘Submit’ button

5. There will be an OTP sent to your registered mobile number and email ID which is to be entered in the space provided

6. Then candidates have to create a new password and click on the ‘Submit’ button


Replica of NEET Candidate login password recovery page (through security question) is given in the image below

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NEET Candidate Login 2020 - Application number recovery

There have also been instances where candidates forgot their application number while logging in. Steps given below will help candidates retrieve the application number for NEET 2020 candidate login

  • Click on the link provided to retrieve NEET candidate login application number

  • Enter details required like name, date of birth, mother’s name, father’s name, category and copy captcha code (security pin)

  • Click on ‘Submit’ button

Replica of NEET Candidate login application number recovery page is given in the image below

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