Vikash Sharma

Over 24 lakh candidates are set to appear for the much awaited National Eligibility cum Entrance Test NEET (UG) -2024 on May 5, 2024. The NEET UG will be conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) at different centers located in 557 cities across the country and 14 Cities outside India.

The NEET UG will be held from 02:00 PM to 05:20 PM tomorrow.

NEET UG 2024: Important Instructions

No candidate would be allowed to enter the examination Centre without Admit Card, Valid ID Proof, and proper frisking. Frisking will be carried out through Handheld Metal Detector (HHMD).

The Admit Card consists of three pages- Centre details and Self Declaration (Undertaking) form, Postcard Size Photograph and Important instructions for Candidates.

The candidate must download all three pages before arriving at the center. Candidate must carry valid Identity proof, preferably, Aadhaar Card (with photograph)/ E-Aadhaar/ Ration Card/ Aadhaar Enrolment No. with Photo to the center. However, other valid Identity proof issued by the government – PAN card/ Driving License/ Voter ID/ 12th Class Board Admit or Registration card/ Passport/ Original School Identity card with Photo will also be considered only in case of non-availability.

All other ID/Photocopies of IDs even if attested/scanned photo of IDs in mobile phone will not be considered valid ID Proof. The PwD candidates must bring a PwD Certificate issued by the Competent Authority if claiming relaxation under the PwD category.

Important Advisory for NEET UG Aspirants

- NTA uses AI based real time analytical tools & technologies to map likely/potential use of unfair means /cheating behaviour by candidates at all centres, both during and post exams.

- CCTV recordings are analyzed using AI technologies to confirm malpractice with evidence. - NTA catches the likely cheaters through Artificial Intelligence-based tools.

- Suspicious candidates are identified through AI-based tools, even after the examination.

“Candidates are advised not to indulge in use of Un-Fair Means, impersonation etc. Candidates found using Un-Fair Means are liable for strict action including debarment from appearing in all the examinations conducted by NTA,” the official notice read.