NEET 2017 exam centre number would be increased by 23 by the Central Board of Secondary Education to the existing tally of 80 cities. Thus, there would be a total of 103 cities in the country for around 11 lakh aspirants to attend. The exam would be conducted for granting admission to the medical courses at the undergraduate level. To opt for their chosen centre of the exam, aspirants should log onto the official website of CBSE. Institutions for the exam would be judged by their credibility, infrastructure and reliability as the exam would be held across 2200 institutions in the country.
Against 8.02 lakh aspirants in 2016, the number of candidates registering for the NEET exam would be 11.35 lakh which would be an increase of above 41 per cent.
The latest list would include one city from Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Rajasthan, two cities of Kerala, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh, the three cities from Tamil Nadu and Gujarat and four cities of Maharashtra and Karnataka.
The exam held under the Dental council of India/Medical Council of India approved dental/medical colleges would be conducted on 7th May.