National Testing Agency released the city intimation slip for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET UG) on 30th April. The exam will be conducted on 7th May and the admit cards have not been released yet. However, the release of the city intimation slip is good news, as aspirants can plan for exam ahead of time. Candidates were given a choice to choose two exam centers that were most convenient for them. This was done to make sure the candidates have no problems in commuting to the exam centers.
Direct link to download your city intimation slip
- Go to https://neet.nta.nic.in/
- Scroll al the way down and find the 3 server links
- Click on any of the 3 available links
- Feed in your credentials to see your allotted city
- Download the slip for future reference
NTA has also released some special conditions along with the city intimation slips. Following are the special conditions that every candidate should know before the release of admit cards.
- The exam center allotted in the city intimation slip can be changed after the release of admit cards. The change can be made if the exam center chosen by a candidate has less than the required minimum candidates.
- If multiple centers have less than the required number of candidates then NTA can merge those centers into one center.
- Lastly, the centers can be changed for candidates who have opted for a regional language for the NEET UG examination. It can happen if the regional language exam center is chosen by less than the required number of candidates. The exam center can be changed to any other city irrespective of the center chosen by the candidates.
The official NTA bulletin says that they will try their best to allot the centers chosen by the candidates themselves. NEET UG 2023 examination will be conducted on 7 May and we can expect the admit cards to release soon. However, if you live in a remote area or have selected a remote exam city/center then you can expect a city/center change after the admit cards roll out.
We’ll be updating you all as soon as the admit cards roll out. Until then, keep studying and don’t get distracted.