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NEET 2021: NTA Declares NEET UG Exam Center City Check Details

NEET Exam 2021 : The list of exam centers for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET UG 2021) has been released on the official website

The National Testing Agency has announced the exam center cities for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET UG 2021) to be held on 12 September. The exam center is allotted to the students on the basis of the cities selected at the time of filling the NEET application form. Students appearing for NEET UG can check the exam center city on the official website Read: HDFC Bank customers Alert ! These online services will remain closed till Sunday

Now the students are waiting for the admit card of the exam. According to NTA, the admit card of NEET exam will be issued 3 days before the exam. Accordingly, the admit card of NEET will be issued on September 9. From September 9, students will be able to download their admit card.Also Read: Raksha Bandhan dress ideas

Candidates have to carry a self declaration form along with the admit card. Candidates have to mention their recent health and travel history in the self declaration form. This is one of the measures initiated by the NTA to contain the spread of COVID-19.Also Read: Vivo launched Y21 smartphone know feature and price details

NEET 2021 Admit Card will be downloaded with these steps

Step 1: First of all go to the official website

Step 2: Click on the admit card link given on the website.

Step 3: Now login by submitting your application number and password.

Step 4: Your admit card will appear on the screen.

Step 5: Download it now.

Exemption can be given in NEET exam

Regarding the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), Chief Minister MK Stalin has said that the government will pass the assembly bill for exemption in the examination. Stalin said the government is studying the legal aspects of the recommendations made by Justice AK Rajan in its report on the impact of NEET on students from economically weaker sections of the state.Also Read: Realme C21Y smartphone to launch on 23rd August know feature and specification

He said that the report submitted by Justice AK Rajan is being legally examined. After this a draft will be brought in the ongoing budget session. This will be the second time that the Tamil Nadu Assembly will pass a bill seeking exemption from NEET. Earlier in 2017 also a bill was passed although President Ram Nath Kovind did not assent to it at that time.Also Read: Download your Aadhaar easily by just clicking on a link know the complete process here

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