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NEET Admit Card 2020 released at ntaneet.nic.in, here’s how you can download

NEET admit card is now available on the official site ntaneet.nic.in.


The National Testing Agency (NTA) released the admit card of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) at ntaneet.nic.in today (August 26, 2020) As per the schedule, the examination will be conducted on September 13, 2020.  The 15 lakhs candidates who registered to appear in the UG medical entrance exam can now download thire hall ticket through the official website- ntaneet.nic.in or nta.ac.in.

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Here’s how you can download the NEET 2020 Admit Card:

  1. Visit the official site of NTA NEET on ntaneet.nic.in.
  2. Click on NEET Admit Card 2020 link on the homepage
  3. Enter your application number, password, date of birth, and enter security pin.
  4. Click on the Submit button
  5.  NEET UG 2020 admit card will appear on the home screen
  6. Download the admit card or hall ticket and print for further need

NTA released a detailed protocol for conducting NEET UG 2020 amid the Coronavirus pandemic, on Sunday.

NEET 2020: Coronavirus safety protocol

  1. Carry a personal bottle of water and hand sanitizer
  2.  Exam related documents as instructed (Admit Card, ID card, etc)
  3. The number of candidates per room has been reduced from earlier 24 to 12.
  4. The candidates will be allowed to leave the examination centers one at a time to ensure complete social distancing.
  5.  Gloves and masks should be disposed of in a pedal push covered bin at the Examination Centre and outside the examination hall only.
  6. Frisking by metal detector held with a long handle will be mandatory for all candidates.
  7. Body pat frisking will not be allowed
  8. No thumb impressions will be taken.
  9. Attendance with signature (while wearing gloves) will be taken.

The examination will be conducted from 2 pm to 5 pm in a single slot and is a pen and paper mode exam.

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