NTA had released the application form of NEET UG, 2020 on December 2nd, 2019. Aspirants of the NEET exam need to collect all their important documents before they start their registration. The process is completed in several steps. You must keep in mind that no registration is allowed to post the mentioned dates.
In order to get access to the NEET 2020 login window, it is compulsory for the candidates to register themselves at first. Using the password and registration number created while the registration process, candidates can directly fill up the application form. For generating the password, candidates have to answer a few security questions. After satisfactory completion, a One Time Password or OTP is generated and sent to the candidate’s mail id and phone number. Medical aspirants have to verify this OTP. In case, candidates forget their password they have to enter their name, the application number, date of birth, and security code, and only then they are allowed for further completion of the process.
If by chance candidates forget their application number also, they can recover it by following some steps. Candidates have to enter their name, date of birth, father’s name, mother’s name, category, and of course, the security pin. Then they have to click on the submit button and the whole process will finally be over.
NEET application form of 2020 was last updated on Jan 17th, 2020. However, candidates whose NEET registration fees had not been submitted could deposit it till 11:50 pm, on January 7th, 2020. The NEET application fee has increased to Rs. 1500 for the general category. Candidates belonging to OBC/SC/ST category have to pay INR 800/-, and EWS/ NCL OBC candidates have to pay INR 1400/- as a fee. The admit card of NEET login 2020, will be available from March 27th and the result will be declared on June 4th.
Candidates should use the NEET application form correction guide to edit the mistakes or the incorrect data that has been entered in the application form by the specified date. To make changes in the NEET correction window form, candidates have to log in by putting their NEET application number and password. After submission, an OTP number will be sent to the registered email ID and mobile number of the candidates.
Important dates were from 2nd Dec 2019 to 6th Jan2020. As you can see these dates are over and nobody can proceed with registration anymore. Other important dates you should be aware of are:-
Admit card will be available from 27th March -3rd May 2020.
The exam will be held on 3rd May 2020.
Exam dates may vary.
Applicants have to complete the NEET registration before filling up the NEET applications form 2020. They have to upload their photograph and signature, pay the application fee and only after that they can submit the form. The authority has provided some facilities to those aspirants who belong to Kashmir and Leh.
NEET is the most renowned platform from where UG students can achieve their desired degrees. In addition to the existing ones, 10 nodal centers were set up by NTA on December 15th 2019 and 11 more centers were also set up by the Srinagar administration to help candidates with the application form. Candidates have to ensure that they meet the eligibility criteria of the NEET Exam before they fill in the NEET application form 2020.
There are some rules that NEET follows. NEET application fee can only be paid in online mode by credit/debit card, Net banking, or UPI payment gateway. It is mandatory that candidates submit their valid email ID, and phone number as all official announcement and information will be communicated to them via these.
Students must keep the registration number and password carefully as the most important information post their NEET login. Aspirants will have to use these credentials at various steps of the examination such as downloading NEET admit card 2020, results of the examination etc. To use the facility, candidates have to login the details required as per asked.
Thus NEET 2020 login was performed successfully by the candidates to gain access to one of the most prestigious exams. Hard work and apt concentration will enable you, the aspirants, to come out with flying colours. But a slight mistake in the registration process and logging in will turn out to be a menace. Be careful with that. All the best wishes to you from us!