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CBSE Opens One Time Correction Window for Applicants of NEET 2017

CBSE has opened the one-time correction window for online application forms of NEET to make sure that they are free of errors. Corrections can be made till midnight of 12th March 2017. This will be helpful for candidates who have entered the wrong details in their application forms, else it will have a negative impact on their results/merit. The candidates can edit their identification identity, who have filled their application forms without Aadhar, registration number and enrolment number which were issued by the facilitation centre and candidates can now enter their Aadhar number or Aadhar enrolment number into the application form.

The identification can not be edited by aspirants who have entered their Aadhar details or by candidates with nationality status as PIO, NRI, Foreign or OCI. Corrections can be done in certain another field like Gender, Category, Identification, Date of Birth, Examination Centre, Disability Status, Medium and State Code of Eligibility. The candidates who have filled their forms without Aadhar IDs are the ones who can edit their date of birth details. Candidates can change their exam centre to Agartala if they opted for Bengali as question paper medium if their state of eligibility or qualifying exam is Tripura.

The NEET-UG exam 2017 is expected to be held on Sunday 7th of May 2017. The CBSE will conduct this entrance exam along with result declaration and the rank list at All India level, with Directorate General Health Services, Government of India.



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