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
if i am in class 12 in 2021 can i fill application form for neet and give exam of neet2021. if yes what things i needed for neet application form
NEET UG 2021 eligibility criteria is the set of norms prescribed by the conducting authority, i.e. the National Testing Agency (NTA).
You can apply for NEET if you fulfill the age criteria. The lower age limit for candidates aspiring for NEET 2021 should be 17 years as on December 31 of the admission year, i.e., 2021.
Educational qualification are-
- Candidates must have completed their 12th standard or any equivalent exam with Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Bio-Technology with English from CBSE or any other state board.
- Appearing candidates who are already in 12th standard can also apply for NEET, but they will have to show their passing certificates with the required percentage to take admission in medical and dental courses.
To register for NEET you have to do following things
- To register for NEET 2021, go to the official website of ntaneet.nic.in
- In the current events section, click on "New Registration"
- Read the instructions carefully
- Confirm that you have read all the instructions by marking the checkbox at the end of the page
- Now click on "proceed to apply online NEET (UG) 2021"
- A new Registration form will open
- Enter the following details
- Candidate's name
- Mother's name
- Father's name
- Person with Disability
- Disability details
- Date of birth
- Select identification type and number that is either Mobile Number,Email Id, Security pin.
- Check the details that you have entered
- Now select "Preview and Next"
- Check the details mentioned on the prefilled NEET registration form
- Click "Next" to proceed
- Create a password
- Choose a security question and answer
- Click on "OTP Verification"
- You will receive a 6-digit OTP on your registered email Id/ mobile number
- Enter the OTP and submit the registration form
- A provisional NEET application number is generated
- Note down this number for future reference
You can refer to this link for more information.
Hope this helps!!!
when will registration form for NEET exam 2021 will be released
As of now there has been no notification issued by the NTA regarding the NEET exam dates. But due to the COVID, this caused the postponements in the release of NEET 2021 exam date. However it will release the exam dates of NEET 2021 soon along with the official brochure on the official website ntaneet.nic.in
Please refer to the following link for more details:
how many marks crack the neet for mbbs in no.1 college
Hello student ,
If you want to get top mbbs college then i will suggest you to aim for 650+ marks in the NEET exam. Further 550+ marks in the NEET examination will help you to get seat in government medical colleges through state quota and for admission through the All India Quota, and 600+ marks in the exam and to get a seat in top medical colleges of the country through AIQ .
Hope it helps !
what if i score a good rank in eamcet but could not clear NEET . Am i still eligible to become a doctor? ........
Through AP EAMCET only following courses are referred:-
*B.Tech (Dairy Technology),
*B.Tech (Agri. Engg),
*B.Tech (Food Science and Technology)
*B.Sc. ( Ag)
*B.Sc. ( Hort)
* B.V.Sc. & A.H
*B.Pharmcy and Pharma. D
You can check the same at its official page the link is provided below
So, yes you can become a doctor but veterinary doctor through AP EAMCET by doing B.V.Sc. & A.H and as veterinary doctor you will be able to only treat animals and not humans.
If you want to become a doctor and treat humans by doing MBBS etc then there is no option other than Neet and if you fail to qualify Neet examination you cannot get admission in any medical college be it government or private and thus cannot become a doctor without Neet examination.
So, I would suggest you to be optimistic for now , don't have negative thoughts that you won't be able to qualify Neet or you will fail in NEET, just use the remaining time for studies, you should focus on your neet preparation following the below tips :-
*Go well through NCERT and master it
*Make routine or timetable :- your routine should revolve around 3 things i.e study, revise and practice
*After finishing each chapter you should practice questions, you should practise at least 80 to 100 numericals / mcqs in Each chapter
*Solve previous year NEET questions
*Once done with complete syllabus, go through NEET mock test papers
And don't worry, you still have time and can definitely crack Neet examination and can get into MBBS as well.
You can prepare well using our neet program for which link is provided below
If you have any other doubt then feel free to ask them :) we are always available to help you out and guide you
can you prefer best books for my neet preparation??
Some of the best books for neet preparation are as follows:
NCERT Physics Class XI & Class XII
Concepts of Physics by H. C. Verma
Objective Physics By DC Pandey
Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick and Walker
Fundamental Physics by Pradeep
Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov
NCERT Chemistry for Class XI and XII
Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon
ABC of Chemistry for Classes 11 and 12 by Modern
Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee
Dinesh Chemistry Guide
Practise books by VK Jaiswal (Inorganic), MS Chauhan (Organic) and N Awasthi (Physical)
NCERT Biology Class XI and Class XII
Biology Vol 1 and Vol 2 by Trueman
Objective Biology by Dinesh
Objective Botany by Ansari
Pradeep Guide on Biology
GR Bathla publications for Biology