NEET UG 2020: J&K Candidates Can Fill Application Forms Offline

National Test Agency (NTA) has issued the offline application forms for candidates living in Jammu and Kashmir. As per the notice, candidates were facing many difficulties in filling up online application forms of NEET UG 2020, due to which many requests were received from them.

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The last date for submission of application form is 1 January 2020. The exam fee for general category candidates is Rs 1500, for OBC candidates Rs 1400 and for SC / ST candidates, the application fee is Rs 800. The NEET UG 2020 examination is scheduled on 3 May 2020 and the result for the same will be announced on 4 June 2020. Due to the difficulties faced by the candidates, the agency permitted to issue offline application forms for there convenience.

NEET UG 2020 Offline Application Form Filling Procedure

  1. As per the notice the candidates need to download the application form from the official website of NTA NEET at ntaneet.nic.in or from the nodal center at Delhi Public School, Athwaja, Srinagar.
  2. Candidates living in J & K can fill up the offline form and submit it to the Nodal Office where a receipt will be received after submitting the application form.
  3. Candidates need to submit the application form with required documentation to the Nodal Officer, Mr. Abdul Qayoom Tantray
  4. 1 January 2020 is the last date to submit the offline application form including the fee.
  5. The offline application form needs to be submitted via demand draft (DD) to the Director-General, National Testing Agency, payable at Noida (UP).

Important Information For NEET UG 2020

There are a few very important things to keep in mind before appearing for the NEET UG 2020 examination which includes carrying a photocopy of the offline application form of NEET UG 2020.

Along with this, the candidates need to carry a passport size photograph of dimension 4" X6". They also need to keep a photo id and class 10th passing certificate.

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