NEET Admit Card 2017 is now available for the candidates to download, on the official website at cbseneet.nic.in. The candidates will need to enter their credentials such as “Registration Number” and “Date of Birth” to obtain the NEET 2017 Admit Card. All the aspirants will need to carry their NEET Admit Card on the day of the examination, i.e.on 07 May 2017.
Individuals going to appear for the NEET 2017 Exam organised by National Board of Education can check the details here such as steps to download the NEET Admit Card, what to do if you have forgotten your password and the list of test centres that have been added this year.
NEET 2017 Admit Card
All the candidates who are going to appear for the exam on 07 May 2017 will need their hall ticket to access the exam hall. The officials will not allow the candidate appearing without the admit card. Keep your admit card safely for future purpose as well. Do not forget to carry this admit card on 07 May along with a valid ID proof.
Steps to download the NEET Admit Card
- Open the official website at cbseneet.nic.in
- Now open the link under online services
- Enter your registration number and Password
- Download the NEET 2017 Admit Card
- Use a good quality printer to take the printout
If you have forgotten your NEET Admit Card password
- Enter the details
- Registration number
- Candidate’s name
- Date of Birth
- Enter the security pin as shown in the text
- Submit the details
- Log in again to obtain the 2017 NEET Admit Card
New Test Centres for NEET 2017 Exam
According to 2016 data, the number of students who has applied for the NEET 2016 exam was 8,02,594 in number. In 2017, there is a 41.42 % increase in the number of applicants. This year a total of 11,35,104 have applied for NEET 2017.
Since there is a larger number of candidate who have applied for the 2017 NEET. Ministry of Human Resource Development decided to add 23 new more cities for the completion of NEET exam successfully. This is the largest number of student application that the board has received so far. The list of the 23 new cities added to the exam centres is as follows:-
GUNTUR, TIRUPATHI, ANAND, BHAVNAGAR, GANDHINAGAR, DAVANGERE, HUBLI, MYSORE, UDUPI, KANNUR, THRISSUR, AHMEDNAGAR, AMRAVATI, KOLHAPUR, SATARA, AMRITSAR, JODHPUR, NAMAKKAL, TIRUNELVELI, VELLORE, GORAKHPUR, HOWRAH and KHARAGPUR
In the year 2017, NEET became the only medical and dental entrance exam in India. All colleges offering MBBS and BDS will now accept NEET scores for MBBS and BDS admission. Only AIIMS and JIPMER are exempt from National Eligibility Entrance Test, meaning that apart from NEET 2017 there are only two other medical entrance exams in India. Till a year before that, there were more than 50 such exams. Unsurprisingly, there are several more test takers this year than before.