NEET (UG) 2017: Online Registrations open till March 1, exam on May 7

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The online registrations for NEET (UG) 2017 (National Eligibility-Cum-Entrance Test) are open so now the candidates who want to apply for NEET (UG) 2017 can now visit the official website to complete the registration process. The date for the examination is on May 7.
CBSE will be conducting NEET-UG, 2017 for admissions in MBBS/BDS courses for all seats for medical and dental colleges. Candidates have time till March 1 to complete the online registration process. Before candidates register, they can go through the information bulletin provided in the official website ( to know all the details and requirements related to NEET 2017.

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How to apply

• Candidates can only apply online (and not offline).

• Submission of online application can be done by accessing the official website

• Remittance of Fee can be done through Debit/Credit Card (or) Net banking (or) e-wallets.
Candidates must ensure that they have their Aadhar cards ready as it will be needed for the NEET application forms. They should also upload their digital images, signature, right hand index finger impression, pay application fee and generate the confirmation page.

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Aspirants must enter details in their NEET 2017 application form. While registering, candidates are required to fill Name, Date of Birth, Name of Father and Mother, Mobile number, E-mail id and other personal and educational details. Once candidates complete filling their online application, they are advised to keep Confirmation page of NEET 2017 application, proof of paid application fee and six passport size photos which will be securely uploaded into the application form.

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