NEET Exam Centres 2021: Check list of test centres here
NEET Exam Centres 2021 – The National Testing Agency (NTA) releases the list of NEET 2021 exam centres along with the information bulletin. The exam centres of NEET 2021 include all the cities where the entrance exam will be held. As per the previous session, the number of exam centres for NEET 2021 are 3843. NEET 2021 exam centres can be checked using application number and password. The city will be allotted on the basis of preferences provided by candidates while filling the NEET 2021 application form. The state-wise distribution of centres for NEET 2021 along with the codes can be checked from this article. NEET exam will be held in the first week of May 2021, at 155 exam cities of India with Ladakh included as a new one.
NEET 2021 is a pen and paper test which wherein 180 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) are asked from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology subjects as per the given NEET 2021 syllabus. The exact address of the NEET exam centre will be mentioned on the NEET admit card 2021 which will be issued to the registered candidates who will successfully submit the application form before the last date. Eligible candidates must read the article to know important details related to the exam centre of NEET 2021.
How to check the exam centre of NTA NEET?
Candidates who are unaware of how to check the advance alloted centre must follow the steps mentioned below.
Step 1- Visit the link which will be mentioned on this page
Step 2- Enter the NEET 2021 application number and password to login
Step 3- 'Click the link that says "Download admit card"
Step 4- Check the details carefully such as application number, candidate's name, parent's name, date of birth, category, gender, date & time of exam and NEET city allotted
Step 5 - Download the NEET 2021 admit card and take two to three print out for future In case of any discrepancy, immediately contact the authorities
State-wise distribution of NEET 2021 exam centres
The state-wise distribution of NEET 2021 exam centres along with the candidates are mentioned in the table below.
NEET 2021 Exam Centres Distribution
|11||ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS(UT)||2|
|18||DADAR & NAGAR HAVELI(UT)||5|
|19||DAMAN & DIU(UT)||2|
|25||JAMMU & KASHMIR||99|
List of NEET Exam Test Cities With Code
Candidates can refer to the list of NEET 2021 exam centres given below to check the list of preferred exam centres.
NEET 2021 Test Cities List
|ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS||PORT BLAIR||1101|
|DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI||DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI||1801|
|DAMAN & DIU||DAMAN||1901|
|DELHI/NEW DELHI||DELHI/NEW DELHI||2001|
|JAMMU & KASHMIR||JAMMU||2501|
|WEST BENGAL||24 PARGANA(NORTH)||4601|
NEET Exam Centres changing trend over the years
Language Option for NEET Exam Centres 2021
Aspirants appearing for NEET 2021 will have the option of choosing the language from a total of 11. However, the language option will be only available at certain exams centres of NEET 2021. These centres are only available in the state where the language is the primary one. NEET 2021 will be available in English, Hindi and Urdu at all NEET exam centres. Candidates may check the details of the languages available along with the name of the state in which they are available below before choosing and applying.
NEET 2021 Question paper – Languages available
The question paper of NEET 2021 will be bilingual and available in English as well as any one of these languages - Hindi, Gujarati, Assamese, Tamil, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Telugu, Kannada, and Urdu. Candidates opting to write their NEET question paper 2021 in any medium other than English and Hindi will be provided with the question paper in their chosen vernacular language as well as in English.
NEET 2021 Exam Centres – On the basis of language
Medium of Question Paper
NEET Exam Centre 2021
English and Hindi
All NEET 2021 examination centres and cities
English, Hindi and Assamese
NEET Examination Centres in Assam
English, Hindi and Bengali
NEET Examination Centres in West Bengal and Tripura
English, Hindi and Gujarati
NEET Examination Centres in Gujarat, Daman, Dadra and Nagar Haveli
English, Hindi and Marathi
NEET Examination Centres in Maharashtra
English, Hindi and Tamil
NEET Examination Centres in Tamil Nadu
English, Hindi and Telugu
NEET Examination Centres in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana
English, Hindi and Oriya
NEET Examination Centres in Odisha
English, Hindi and Kannada
NEET Examination Centres in Karnataka
English and Urdu
All NEET Examination Centres 2021
NEET Exam Centres 2021 – Key Points
The exam centres of NEET 2021 are the venues where the exam will be conducted.
NEET 2021 exam centres are distributed across major cities and town in the country.
Candidates are required to fill in up to four NEET exam centres 2021 as per their order of preference
The selection of the exam centres of NEET 2021 is to be done in the online mode while filling up the application form.
Candidates must consider the distance and accessibility while choosing the exam centres of NEET 2021. It is advised that the candidates give priority to their state of residence while doing the same.
NEET 2021 exam centre address and details will be mentioned in the admit card.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NEET Exam Centres 2021: Check list of test centres here
Question: How many test cities can I select during registration of NEET 2021?
While filling NEET 2021 application form, candidates must select at least four exam centres as per their preferences and convenience.
Question: Can the NEET exam centre can be changed after submission of application form?
Yes, the submitted exam centre can be changed by logging in. Candidates have to login and click on exam city correction available. After modifying changes, an OTP will be send to the registered number.
Question: Can I request to change my allotted NEET test centre?
No, the exam centre once allotted cannot be changed. No request for the same will be entertained.
Question: What time should I reach the centre?
The name and address details of NEET centre will be mentioned on the admit card, along with the date and time to report. It is mandatory for candidates to report at the centre an hour before the reporting time for frisking.
Question: Do I have to pay any additional fee for changing my exam centre?
The authorities do not charge the candidates anything for making changes in the exam centre.
Question: Do I need to open the form even if I do not wish to make any changes in NEET exam centres 2021 chosen by me?
No, if you do not wish to make any changes you need not re-open your application form of NEET.
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Questions related to NEET
how can I get good marks in NEET
Getting good marks in the NEET Exam is not so difficult. You can easily get a good rank with your hard work and determination.
But for this, you need to make a proper plan first. You have to make a proper study time table. Study daily for atleast 8-10 hours. Whatever time you study daily, give your maximum efficiency in it.
Start from the very basic book i.e. NCERT. For all the three subjects, physics , chemistry and biology, the ncert book is very important. Read each chapter completely. This will make your concepts more clear.
Don't go for too many books. One book alongwith the NCERT is sufficient to get good marks. Below I have mentioned some good books other than ncert.
Physics : Concepts of Physics by HC Verma, SL Arora Physics
Chemistry : OP Tondon Chemistry, RC Mukhrjee Physical Chemistry
Biology : Trueman's biology, Biology by Dinesh
Solve as much previous year NEET papers as you can. This is the key factor in getting good marks in this exam.
Hope it helps you.
please mention neet 2020 cutoff in wb college-wise by both AIQ & State Quota
The state counselling conducting authority is responsible for releasing cutoff of West Bengal MBBS/BDS 2020 for 85% State Quota seats. While the Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will release the West Bengal cutoff for 15% AIQ seats.
Last date of 2021 neet exam registration pls ask anyone
Candidate the NEET 2021 application form is not released yet the date will be announced soon by the National Testing Agency .The registration starts in the last week of january 2021, the registration by NTA will begin in online mode on their official website and the last date to submit the application form is Last week of February 2021 .
You can check our website for more infarmation:
Hope this helps.
ALL THE VERY BEST.
exam question paper of neet exam
Usually NEET exam is conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) and they are planning to conduct the exam in offline mode.
You can find all the recent previous years paper from our website:
Hope this helps.
ALL THE VERY BEST.
important question to neet exam from class 11th
The important chapters for NEET 2020 Biology
Ecology is the most important topic for NEET Biology. On an average, 12-15 questions are asked in the NEET exam from this topic every year. This is an easy and the most scoring topic in biology.
Human Physiology and Plant physiology are equally important topics for NEET 2020. Together around 20-25 questions are asked from these two topics in NEET exam. These most important topics demand clarity of concept, as more application-based questions are asked in the exam. You should prepare and practice these important topics thoroughly.
Genetics & Evolution is another very important chapter for NEET. Evolution is very easy but you need to understand and practice the concepts in Genetics as much as possible.
Cell structure & Function chapter also carries a good weightage in the NEET exam and as such is an important chapter.
Another very important chapter for NEET is Biotechnology. This is a small topic, easy to understand but quite scoring.
To know more about important topics, you can visit the following link:-
hope this helps. All the best.