NEET EXAM CENTRES LIST – NEET-UG for 2021 is to be conducted on 1st August 2021. National Testing Agency has several exam centres that are responsible to conduct the NEET 2021. NEET-UG 2021 will be conducted in thousands of test centres located in 155 cities across India including the cities of the Union Territories. The name of these centres is provided by the NTA on their NEET Information Bulletin for the 2021 exam.
In this article, we have shared the list of all the NEET UG 2021 Exam Centres with their respective codes and other details regarding the test centres. So, the readers of this post are advised to read this article till the end to get some relevant information about the city codes and centres.
About NEET 2021 Exam Centres
National Testing Agency which is the exam conducting body for NEET, offers many exam centres for the students. These centres are the places, where the exams will be organised by the authority. These centres are to be filled up by the candidates who will sit for the NEET 2021 examination.
Looking into the increasing number of applicants every year, the number of test centres are revised by NTA from time to time. It will help rural area candidates as many of the new centres are established in rural areas. These test centres are important for the exam as the student has to make choice among these centres during the application form filling.
When to choose the exam centre?
Applicants have to fill the choice for the NTA NEET exam centres at the time of filling the online NTA NEET 2021 Application form. They have to make three choices for exam centres as per their preferences. Centre choices will be filled up according to the order of the preference of the candidate. So, the student filling up the form need to make sure that the centres are filled up carefully.
Also, the student needs to make sure that the centres he chooses are close to his or her residence. This will help the student in avoiding the exam inconvenience and help save transportation costs, if possible. There are many centres and candidates may choose any among them. Candidates can choose the city they live in or the neighbouring cities.
After submitting the centre choices candidates will not be able to make any changes. Therefore, applicants are advised to cross-check the centre preferences before submitting the final choice. Although, the final choice of allowing the exam centres is done by computers, without any human involvement.
Exam Centre codes can be changed only at the time when the NTA opens the NEET Application Form Correction Window. In that time frame, the student can change his/ her exam centre choice.
NEET UG 2021 EXAM CENTRES LIST WITH CODE
NTA NEET 2021 Examination Centres codes are 4-digit number codes that contain the first two digits unique to each State/ UT. There are special codes for each examination provided by the NTA. These codes differ according to the size of the states as a large state may have more centres than a small state.
NTA gives out the list of Cities with the respective city codes in the NTA NEET 2021 Information brochure, Appendix-II. We are also providing this list of Exam centres with city and city codes. You can check for your city from the table below:
|AND.& NICOBAR||PORT BLAIR||1101|
|CHATTISGARH||BHILAI NAGAR/ BHILAI/ DURG||1701|
|DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI||DADRA & NAGAR HAVELI||1801|
|DAMAN & DIU||DAMAN||1901|
|DELHI||DELHI/ NEW DELHI||2001|
|JAMMU & KASHMIR||JAMMU||2501|
|JAMMU & KASHMIR||SRINAGAR||2502|
|UTTAR PRADESH||ALLAHABAD/ PRAYAGRAJ||4402|
|UTTAR PRADESH||NOIDA/ GREATER NOIDA||4410|
|WEST BENGAL||24 PARGANA (NORTH)||4601|
|WEST BENGAL||BURDWAR/ BARDHAMAN||4603|
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NEET 2021 EXAM CENTRE ALLOTMENT PROCESS
As you know now that the student can select the exam centres as per his/ her choice, the exam centres you fill-up are not essential to be allotted for the exam. Exam centres may alter with the choice of the students, in a case where a student is willing to give the exam in their regional language but selects the exam centre with a Hindi/ English language.
All such students may get their centres in some other cities as well where there are regional centres according to the state/ UT language.
NTA conducts the NEET Exam in 11 languages, therefore, candidates can give the exam in their preferred language. Although, for all these 11 languages, specific exam centres are there. Below is the table listing the exam centres based on the languages chosen by the applicants.
|LANGUAGES||NEET 2021 EXAM CENTRE|
|English and Hindi||All the examination centres|
|English, Hindi and Bengali||All centres in West Bengal|
|English, Hindi and Assamese||Assam|
|English and Gujarati||Gujarat, Daman, Dadar and Nagar Haveli|
|English and Kannada||Karnataka|
|English and Oriya||Odisha|
|English and Marathi||Maharashtra|
|English and Tamil||Tamilnadu|
|English and Telugu||Andhra Pradesh and Telangana|
|English and Urdu||All examination centres|
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING NEET 2021 EXAM CENTRE
- Choice of exam centres will be made online at the time of filling the online NTA NEET 2021 Application form.
- Candidates have to select three exam centres according to their preference order.
- Candidates will not be able to make any changes in the exam centres preference and choice after the final submission.
- Candidates must select an exam centre according to their convenience in their own city or in the neighbouring city where they can reach easily the day exam.
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No. English and Hindi are the two languages available on every centre.
No. If you are choosing marathi or any regional language as a medium to give exam. Your exam centre must be located in your regional language speaking city/ state/ UT only.
Although this is not possible but NTA actually has rights to allocate any centres to the students.
No. There is no person involved in allocating the exam centres. It is completely done by computers and no human interruption is allowable.
Yes. Exam centres can be changed only for one time when the application correction window is made open by the authority on their official website.
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