NEET Exam Centres 2017
NEET Exam Centres 2017: Central Board of Secondary Education, the exam conducting authority of NEET 2017, will declare the list of NEET exam centres 2017 in the month of December, 2016. Candidates who wish to appear in NEET 2017, scheduled to be conducted on May 7, 2017, tentatively, can check below the list of NEET exam centres. This must be noted that during the application form procedure of NEET, candidates will have to choose three cities across many offered in the drop down list from where they wish to appear in the entrance examination. After choosing the three cities, one city will be provided as NEET 2017 exam centre in NEET admit card 2017. Further, candidates can choose the exam centre of NEET 2017 within India and Riyadh (Saudi Arabia). To facilitate a large number of applicants to participate in NEET 2017, CBSE will conduct NEET 2017 exam in a total of 51 different cities in India and 1 city in Abroad (Riyadh).
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Check below for important features of NEET exam centres 2017:
NEET 2017 exam centre allotment will be made by computer and there will be no human intervention. Hence, the request to change NEET exam centre will not be entertained under any circumstance
During the application form procedure, candidates will have to choose at least 3 exam convenient city codes for the entrance test
Though, the exam conducting authority will make every effort to allot an exam centre in one of the places selected by the candidate, yet CBSE reserves its discretion to allot a centre other than the candidate’s choice
While filling up NEET application form 2017, candidates will have to refer the codes of test cities and writhe the appropriate code in space provided
List of NEET exam centres 2017 along with the city codes:
Andaman and Nicobar
Abroad (Saudi Arabia)
NEET 2017 is the single entrance exam conducted to provide approximately 52,305 MBBS and BDS seats in the country. As per a Supreme Court’s directive in India on NEET, NEET has replaced the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) as well as all state level medical entrance tests and will now enable admission to all government, private and deemed medical and dental colleges/universities across the country.
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