NEET 2020 admit card to release soon, exam city allotted: NTA notice

NEET 2020 admit card to release soon, exam city allotted: NTA notice
Team Careers360 | Aug 21, 2020 - 12:31 a.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The National Testing Agency (NTA) released a public notice on the night of August 20, 2020, giving important details to the aspirants for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test - NEET 2020. The official notification states that ‘advance information for allotment of Centre City is being given to the applicant on the official website(s) of NTA.’ The notice also mentioned that the admit card of NEET will be released shortly.

NEET 2020 notice for admit card and exam centre

As per the notice, for the convenience of candidates, the allotted exam centre city has been informed to the candidates. Students must know that they are not being provided with the admit card now. NEET admit card will be issued shortly. Candidates can refer to the image below for the official notification released by NTA.


Aspirants will soon be able to access download facility for NEET admit card 2020, which will carry details like:

  • Roll number

  • Test centre address and number

  • Question paper medium

  • Reporting/Entry time

  • Gate closing time

Additional information in the NTA official notice

Along with the aforementioned details, the authorities have also re-conformed the exam date of NEET 2020, which is September 13. The exam timings are 2 PM to 5 PM. Also, candidates and their parents have been advised by the authorities to keep a track of the official website of NTA ( and NEET ( The helpline numbers for NEET examination are as follows:

  • 8287471852

  • 8178359845

  • 9650173668

  • 9599676953

  • 8882356803

No relief for candidates seeking postponement

The release of notice leaves very little hope for those NEET aspirants who are demanding postponement. With people filing plea for the safety of students amid COVID-19, the authorities seem dedicated to conducting the examination on the scheduled date. As the situation worldwide gets more and more tensed due to Coronavirus, candidates are now in a dilemma as to whether or not they should appear for the examination in the current academic session.

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