NEET Exam Centre 2020

The conducting board for NEET exams, the NTA – National Testing Agency has made an announcement on the list of NEET 2020 exam centres on 1st December when the information brochure was released. The regulatory authorities have organized exam centres in almost all the cities so that aspirants can appear for the exams in their vicinity.

Candidates are given an option to select four convenient cities of their choice in order of their priority as per convenience. Thereby, one can select city codes of their own city or from neighbouring cities of their state of residence. Please ensure that one is allowed to select cities from their state only and not out of their state of residence or far away cities in some other state. NTA does not take charge in case of any inconvenience caused as a result of inappropriate city code selection by candidates.

NEET exam centres 2020 has been announced based on the trends of past years primarily revolving around the number of applications received and the final applicants’ list. NTA reserves the right to not allot any exam centre for a particular city if the number of candidates that opt for a city is less than a bare minimum. Also, aspirants need to make note that if the total number of candidates that opt for a city as an exam centre is less than a minimum count, with the preference of language being a regional language apart from Hindi and English, then in this scenario, candidates may be alloted an exam centre in another city regardless of the city opted by the candidates in order to appear for the NEET exams. This measure will be adapted only after every effort and step is observed to organize an exam centre in one of the cities specified by candidates as the NTA holds the right to allot a NEET exam centre other than the candidate’s choice.

This allotment of the exam centres is carried out digitally and not manually; without the intervention of officials. But candidates must make note of the fact that NTA being the regulatory body, carefully monitors the process, though alloted digitally, ensures that the candidates’ convenience and comfort is maintained as it is of utmost importance and priority.

The NEET 2020 exam centres covers all the cities in India where the examination will be conducted. The application form for NEET 2020 was released on 2nd December 2019, to be downloaded and submitted. The latest on NEET is that the NTA has reopened the portal for fee payment for registered candidates. The portal is active until 9th February 2020, hurry up!

The NTA has allotted nearly 2546 exam centres across 155 cities for NEET aspirants across the country. Over the years, there have been several additions to the list of centres that offer students to take up exams. Recently there was an update that the Union Territory of Ladakh has been appointed as a new exam centre for NEET 2020 exams thereby serving as an encouragement for students to take up medicine as a career.

Most of the candidates are here with a common question – “how to check NEET exam centre”. You can read further on to explore the answer. Candidates are advised to pick the exam centre carefully after closely studying the options as there can be a case wherein the exam centre selected by candidates may lead to an inability of the exams to be carried out by the conducting authorities there, due to reasons such as accommodation, in which scenario, the candidates would be allotted the second prioritized city while filling up the application form. Hence, it is suggested to check the list of NEET 2020 exam centres.

NEET 2020 exams are scheduled to be conducted on 3rd May 2020 across the country. The exact details of the exam centres of every candidate will be states in the NEET 2020 admit card. This admit card is made available by the NTA from March 27th 2020 onwards to download. The last date to download the admit card from the official website is 3rd May 2020.

NEET Exam Centres 2020 – List Of Exam Centres

Candidates of NEET 2020 exams who wish to take up the exam can refer to the list of exam centres as given below and select four exam centres as per their preference and order of priority. Make note of this list, as it will be helpful while filling out the NEET Application form 2020.

The table below depicts the List Of Examination Centres for NEET 2020 Exams Union Territory/State Wise, take a look.

Name Of The State/Union Territory Name Of The City City Code
Andaman & Nicobar Islands Port Blair 1101
Andhra Pradesh Guntur 1201
Kurnool 1202
Nellore 1203
Tirupati 1204
Vijayawada 1205
Visakhapatnam 1206
Arunachal Pradesh Itanagar/Naharlagun 1301
Assam Dibrugarh 1401
Guwahati 1402
Silchar 1403
Tezpur 1404
Bihar Gaya 1501
Patna 1502
Chandigarh Chandigarh/Mohali/Panchkula 1601
Chhattisgarh Bhilai/Durg/Bhilai Nagar 1701
Bilaspur 1702
Raipur 1703
Dadra & Nagar Haveli Dadra & Nagar Haveli 1801
Daman & Diu Daman 1901
Delhi/New Delhi Delhi/New Delhi 2001
Goa Panaji/Madgaon/Margao 2101
Gujarat Ahmedabad 2201
Anand 2202
Bhavnagar 2203
Gandhinagar 2204
Godhara 2205
Patan 2206
Rajkot 2207
Surat 2208
Vadodara 2209
Valsad 2210
Haryana Faridabad 2301
Gurugram 2302
Himachal Pradesh Hamirpur 2401
Shimla 2402
Jammu & Kashmir Jammu 2501
Srinagar 2502
Jharkhand Bokaro 2601
Jamshedpur 2602
Ranchi 2603
Karnataka Belgaum/Belgavi 2701
Bengaluru 2702
Davanagere 2703
Dharwad 2704
Gulbarga/Kalaburgi 2705
Hubli 2706
Mangaluru 2707
Mysuru 2708
Udupi 2709
Kerala Alappuzha 2801
Angamaly 2802
Ernakulam 2803
Kannur 2804
Kasaragod 2805
Kollam 2806
Kottayam 2807
Kozhikode/Calicut 2808
Malappuram 2809
Palakkad 2810
Thiruvananthapuram 2811
Thrissur 2812
Ladakh Leh 4701
Lakshadweep Kavaratti 2901
Madhya Pradesh Bhopal 3001
Gwalior 3002
Indore 3003
Jabalpur 3004
Ujjain 3005
Maharashtra Ahmednagar 3101
Akola 3102
Amravati 3103
Aurangabad (Mr) 3104
Beed 3105
Buldhana 3106
Jalgaon 3107
Kolhapur 3108
Latur 3109
Mumbai 3110
Nagpur 3111
Nanded 3112
Nashik 3113
Navi Mumbai 3114
Pune 3115
Satara 3116
Solapur 3117
Thane 3118
Manipur Imphal 3201
Meghalaya Shillong 3301
Mizoram Aizawl 3401
Nagaland Dimapur 3501
Kohima 3502
Odisha Angul 3601
Balasore/Baleswar 3602
Berhampur 3603
Bhubaneshwar 3604
Cuttack 3605
Rourkela 3606
Sambalpur 3607
Puducherry Puducherry 3701
Punjab Amritsar 3801
Bathinda 3802
Jalandhar 3803
Ludhiana 3804
Patiala 3805
Rajasthan Ajmer 3901
Bikaner 3902
Jaipur 3903
Jodhpur 3904
Kota 3905
Udaipur 3906
Sikkim Gangtok 4001
Tamil Nadu Chennai 4101
Coimbatore 4102
Cuddalore 4103
Kanchipuram 4104
Karur 4105
Madurai 4106
Nagercoil 4107
Namakkal 4108
Salem 4109
Thanjavur 4110
Thiruvallur 4111
Tiruchirappalli 4112
Tirunelveli 4113
Vellore 4114
Telangana Hyderabad 4201
Karimnagar 4202
Khammam 4203
Rangareddy 4204
Warangal 4205
Tripura Agartala 4301
Uttar Pradesh Agra 4401
Allahabad/Prayagraj 4402
Bareilly 4403
Ghaziabad 4404
Gorakhpur 4405
Jhansi 4406
Kanpur 4407
Lucknow 4408
Meerut 4409
Noida/Greater Noida 4410
Varanasi 4411
Uttarakhand Dehradun 4501
Haldwani 4502
Roorkee 4503
West Bengal 24 Pargana(North) 4601
Asansol 4602
Bardhaman/Burdwar 4603
Durgapur 4604
Hooghly 4605
Howrah 4606
Kharagpur 4607
Kolkata 4608
Siliguri 4609

NEET Exam Centres 2020 – Language Option for NEET Exam

NEET aspirants that appear for the exam have the option of choosing a preferred language at the time of filling the application form online. Students can choose from a list of 11 language options as given below:

  • English
  • Hindi
  • Marathi
  • Bengali
  • Gujarati
  • Assamese
  • Tamil
  • Telugu
  • Oriya
  • Kannada
  • Urdu

These language options, however, are available only at particular exam centres for NEET 2020. The centres are made available in states where the language is a primary one. At all the NEET exam centres, NEET 2020 will be available in these languages – Hindi, English and Urdu. Hence, applicants must ensure that details of the languages are available in their state and exam city centre while filling the form.

NEET Exam Centres 2020 – Question Paper – Languages Available

NEET 2020 Question paper would be a bilingual paper i.e., in two languages, one language is English and the other is the language preferred and selected by the candidate. The language of preference can be – Marathi, Kannada, Hindi, Urdu, Assamese, Oriya, Bengali, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu. NEET candidates who prefer to take up exams in any medium apart from English and Hindi will be provided with a question paper in their preferred vernacular language and in English as well.

The table below provides information on exam centres based on medium of question papers.

Question Paper Medium Exam Centres
English All Exam Centres
Hindi All Exam Centres
English and Urdu All Exam Centres
English and Assamese Exam Centres in Assam
English and Bengali Exam Centres in Tripura and West Bengal
English and Gujarati Exam Centres in Daman and Diu, Gujarat, Dadra and Nagar Haveli
English and Kannada Exam Centres in Karnataka
English and Marathi Exam Centres in Maharashtra
English and Odia Exam Centres in Odisha
English and Tamil Exam Centres in Tamil Nadu
English and Telugu Exam Centres in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

NEET Exam Centres 2020 – Highlights

  • NEET exams are conducted in NEET exams centres across the country
  • The details and address of the exam centres will be mentioned in the admit card
  • These centres are allotted by the regulatory board for NEET exams
  • The exam centres are widely distributed across major cities
  • While filling up the application form, candidates are required to select four NEET exam centres according to their preferential order
  • This selection is done while filling the application form
  • Language of preference of the question paper is also made available at various exam centres. Refer to the details once. English is made available as the language at all exam centres
  • While choosing an exam centre, candidates must reflect on the accessibility and distance aspects. It is always suggested to select your state of residence

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