NEET Exam Centres 2018 – The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is expected to declare the exam centres of NEET 2018 in January 2018. It is expected that there will be 104 NEET 2018 Exam Centres across the country as per NEET 2017 data. The information given in this article will be updated as soon as an official notification for NEET 2018 is released by the CBSE. Given the large number of aspirants appearing for NEET, CBSE will conduct NEET 2018 in almost all the states and union territories of India to smoothen the examination process. Candidates appearing for NEET 2018 will be required to choose their NEET Exam Centre when filling the NEET 2018 Application Form. They may choose the same depending on their convenience and on the basis of the medium of question paper they are opting for when filling the application form of NEET. The exam paper of NEET in regional languages will only be provided in the states in which the language is spoken and hence, candidates should be careful while choosing the medium of question paper as it will determine the NEET Exam Centre 2018 which may be alloted to them. Once chosen, candidates will not be able to change their exam centre for NEET 2018 unless the CBSE decides to provide more options in the existing NEET Exam Centre list.
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The final NEET 2018 exam centre allotted to a candidate will be communicated only through the NEET admit card 2018. Candidates aspiring to appear for NEET 2018 entrance, scheduled to be held by May 10, 2018, can check the article to know further details about exam centres of NEET 2018, including the allotment of NEET exam cities on the basis of medium of question paper chosen by the candidate as well as the list of 104 exam cities across the various states.
List of NEET Exam Centres 2018
NEET 2018 Exam City
Andaman and Nicobar
Dadar and Nagar Haveli
Dadra and Nagar Haveli
Daman and Diu
Jammu & Kashmir
NEET 2018 Exam Centre on the basis of language
The NEET 2018 exam centres will be allotted on the basis of language or medium of the question paper chosen by the candidate at the time of filling NEET application form 2018. Below is the list of choice of languages which will be given to the candidates in the NEET UG 2018 question paper. Also given is the list of possible NEET exam centres 2018 associated with every language choice.
Languages of NEET 2018 Question Paper
*Candidates opting for any of the vernacular languages, will be provided question paper in three languages, i.e. English, Hindi and the vernacular language chosen by them.
Exam cities allotted on the basis of language chosen in NEET 2018
Medium of Question Paper
NEET Exam Centre 2018
English and Hindi
All NEET examination centres and cities
English, Hindi and Assamese
NEET Examination Centres in Assam
English, Hindi and Bengali
NEET Examination Centres in West Bengal
English, Hindi and Gujarati
NEET Examination Centres in Gujarat, Daman, Dadra & 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 & Telangana
English, Hindi and Oriya
NEET Examination Centres in Odisha
English, Hindi and Kannada
NEET Examination Centres in Karnataka
Yearwise Comparison: NEET Exam Centres in 2016 and 2017
NEET Exam Centres 2018 Important Details
Candidates will be able to check final allotment of exam centres of NEET 2018 through NEET admit card 2018.
Candidates will be required to choose three exam centres at the time of filling NEET 2018 application form. The centres will be referred by their city codes.
The NEET 2018 exam centres will have to be selected by candidates in online mode. The final allotment of the NEET exam centres 2018 will take place by computer with no human intervention whatsoever.
As per the CBSE, every effort will be taken to ensure that candidates are allotted the exam centre of NEET 2018 on the basis of their choice and convenience, but there may also be a chance of the CBSE allotting a NEET exam centre other than the choice entered by the candidate.
Candidates who are opting for NEET in regional languages will be allotted their NEET 2018 exam centre in the state in which the language is spoken.
Candidates are advised to fill the NEET application form 2018 as early as possible so as to avoid last minute hassles and to get a NEET exam centre of their choice.
Candidates are advised to choose their NEET exam centre 2018 in the same state as their state of residence.
The entry to the exam centre of NEET 2018 will begin from 7:30 A.M. and no candidate will be allowed to enter the exam hall after 9:30 A.M. No candidate will be allowed to leave the NEET 2018 exam centre before the conclusion of NEET 2018.
At the NEET exam centre 2018, candidates will be required to have with them the NEET 2018 Admit Card, a proforma with a post card size photograph and a spare passport size photograph (to be affixed on attendance sheet).
Candidates can seek help from the CBSE-mandated Common Service Centres or facilitation centres in case they require any assistance while filling the choice of exam centres of NEET 2018.
NEET UG 2018 will be conducted by May 10, 2018. NEET is India’s largest medical entrance whose scores are used for admissions to approximately 65,170 seats of MBBS and 25,730 seats of BDS courses.
This article has been written on the basis of data collected from NEET 2017. It will be updated as and when NEET 2018 information is released.