It’s time for all the medical aspirants to gear up for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), schedule to be held on July 24. One of the entrance test papers will carry 180 objective type questions (four options with single correct answer) from physics, chemistry and biology (botany & zoology). They will be required to be answered on the specially designed machine-gradable sheet using ball point pen provided at CBSE centre.
The duration of the NEET Phase II 2016 will be three hours. The examination centres are as follows: Port Blair; Vijawada; Visakhapatnam; Itanagar; Dibrugarh; Guwahati; Silchar; Gaya; Patna; Chandigarh; Raipur; Dadra & Nagar Haveli; Daman; Delhi; Panaji; Ahmedabad; Rajkot; Surat; Vadodara; Faridabad; Gurgaon; Hamirpur; Shimla; Jammu; Srinagar; Bokaro; Ranchi; Bangalore; Belgaum; Davangere; Gulbarga; Mangalore; Ernakulam; Kozhikode; Trivandrum; Kavarati; Bhopal; Gwalior; Indore; Jabalpur; Ujjain; Aurangabad; Kolhapur; Mumbai; Nagpur; Nasik; Pune; Thane; Imphal; Shillong; Aizawal; Dimapur; Kohima; Behrampur; Bhubaneshwar; Rourkela; Puducherry; Bhatinda; Jalandhar; Ajmer; Jaipur; Kota; Gangtok; Chennai; Coimbatore; Madurai; Salem; Tiruchirapalli; Hyderabad; Warangal; Agartala; Dehradun; Haldwani; Ghaziabad; Lucknow; Noida; Varanasi; Durgapur; Kolkata; Siliguri.
The NEET Phase II 2016 is conducted for allowing students to take admissions into MBBS/BDS courses in medical/dental colleges. These colleges are approved by Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.