CBSE reopens NEET 2016 application forms for paid candidates till June 29
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has reopened the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-II) application form on June 27, 2016, to provide ‘one time correction opportunity’ to the already registered candidates for modifying only those fields in the applications which may affect NEET 2016 merit list. The correction window for NEET 2016 applications will remain open for the prospective candidates till June 29, 2016 up to 11:50 pm.
According to a recent notification released by CBSE, correction are allowed for particular fields of NEET 2016 online application form including date of birth, gender, category, disability status, states codes of eligibility and medium of question paper.
“Correction in any other data is not allowed as it will not affect the candidature or merit list. Further, candidates are requested to be very careful while making corrections as no second opportunity will be made available for corrections,” said CBSE.
In its notification, the board also stated that in case of correction in category field, if additional fee is payable, the same needs to remitted through Debit Card/Credit Card or Net Banking during the given time period only. However, the chargeable amount of such fees has not been specified by the CBSE.
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The online application window of NEET Phase – II opened on May 26 and closed on June 25, 2016. NEET 2016 Phase II application form was a five-step procedure which comprised of cancelling candidature of NEET-1 exam (if applicable), filing application form, fees and payment mode besides selection of exam centre, uploading of image and signature. All steps were mandatory and had to be completed by the candidates in order to fill NEET-II application form, successfully.
NEET –II is scheduled to be conducted on July 24, 2016 in a pen and paper based mode. The result for both the phases of NEET 2016 will be declared collectively on August 17, 2016 for offering admissions to approximately 30,000 MBBS and BDS seats under 15% All India Quota, and Private/Management/NRI seats across all private medical and dental colleges or private/deemed universities.
First published on June 27, 2016
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