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Applied for NEET? Dont Forget to Carry these documents at Exam Center

Last Updated - April 01, 2017

To ensure smooth and transparent conduct of NEET 2017, CBSE has asked candidates to bring several documents at exam centre of NEET exam for verification purposes. These documents would assist in verifying the identity of the applicants and approve their candidature in NEET 2017.

NEET is now the single medical entrance exam to be conducted by CBSE. The Applications from eligible candidates are invited at cbseneet.nic.in.  Last date to apply for NEET 2017 is March 01, 2017 and the exam is scheduled on May 07, 2017. With all the state medical exams replaced by NEET Exam, CBSE expects to see a huge number of applications this year.

The Admit card for NEET 2017 will be released at cbseneet.nic.in on April 15, 2017. Though the process of NEET is simple and clear, candidates are yet confused about a lot of things regarding NEET 2017. One of the most asked queries is about the documents to be brought at NEET 2017 Exam Centre. To end doubts of all candidates, here is the list of all the documents to be brought at NEET 2017 Exam Centre.

How to apply for NEET 2017

NEET 2017 Admit Card

NEET 2017 Admit Card is an important document released by CBSE to successfully registered candidates. The Admit Card of NEET 2017 will be released at cbseneet.nic.in on April 15. Admit Card is a mandatory document that must be carried at all the stages of NEET 2017 including exam day, AIQ (All India Quota) & State counselling and Admission processes of various institutes.

Aadhar Card (UID)

Following the mandate to make Aadhar Number mandatory for all exams conducted by CBSE, candidates are required to present their Aadhar Card at NEET 2017 Exam Centres. The main purpose of Aadhar Card would be to support the details already present in NEET 2017 Admit card.

Aadhar Number is a twelve digit unique number issued to Indian Citizens on the basis of their biometric and demographic data. As of February 2017, 92.3% of total population of India have Aadhar Number. Considering its success and acceptance at such a large scale, CBSE made Aadhar Card mandatory for NEET 2017 Exam.

Passport Size Photograph

Along with NEET 2017 Admit Card and Aadhar Number, the candidates are also required to carry multiple passport size photographs to the exam centre. The Photographs must be same as used in NEET 2017 Application Form.

The purpose behind photographs at exam centre is documentation process. CBSE maintains an attendance sheet for appeared candidates and requires candidates’ photograph for the same. This is done to ensure clarity and transparency in the process.

What not to bring at the Exam Centre?

The Candidates are required to bring the earlier mentioned documents at NEET 2017 Exam Centres. However, the conducting body also restricts entry of several other documents/things inside the test venue. Here is the list of things/objects you are not allowed to take inside NEET 2017 Exam Centre.

  • Electronic Devices including mobile phone, calculators, calculator watches and other such electronic devices are banned inside the NEET 2017 Exam Centres and should not be brought along.
  • Rough Paper: the candidates are provided with sheets for rough work and hence CBSE does not allow any type of paper inside NEET 2017 Test venue. However, candidates are allowed to carry Admit Card and other necessary documents.
  • Wallets: In addition to electronic devices and rough papers, the candidates are also not allowed to carry their wallets inside the test venue. However, the test venue does not guarantee safety of their wallets if handed over and thus candidates should make proper preparations prior to NEET 2017 Exam.

The NEET 2017 Aspirants must be preparing hard for the upcoming exam and with the passing days, they must be gearing up their preparation. However, these are some guidelines for candidates to follow on the test day. These guidelines ensure smooth conduct of the examination without hurting candidates’ preparation by any inch.

  • Reach the test venue 90 minutes prior to the exam. Check the seating arrangement and note down your room number.
  • The Candidates will not be allowed to leave the test venue before the conclusion of exam. Hence, candidates are advised to stay put and solve the problems calmly.
  • Bring your own stationery and avoid the possibility of anxiety at the test centre during last minutes.

NEET 2017 has now become the most sought after national medical entrance exam. The Admission to all medical colleges across India (except AIIMSs and JIPMER) will accept NEET Scores for MBBS Admission 2017-18.

Accepted by more than 90% of medical seats in India, NEET 2017 is expected to cater more than 700,000 medical aspirants this year. With the limited number of Medical Seats and such a huge number of aspirants, the chances of success in NEET 2017 would be less than 7%. Collegedunia wishes best to all the medical aspirants sitting for NEET this year and quotes legendary George RR Martin for them, A mind needs books as a sword needs a whetstone, if it is to keep its edge


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