CBSE Released Notification Regarding NEET 2017 Application fee


NEET 2017 Application fee Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), which is conducting of NEET 2017, has asked candidates to complete their online registration process and remit the requisite fee by March 1, 2017.  The examination authority, CBSE has also advised candidates to take printout of confirmation page of dully submitted application form along with fee payment receipt by the due date.  Also, candidates whose fee payment status is not updated due to technical glitch are advised to pay their fee again. The excess of NEET 2017 application fee will be refunded in due course of time.

“The candidates who have submitted their application form and paid the fee but their fee has not been updated online may submit the fee again by choosing a suitable option to avoid any future problem with their candidature. The excess/additional fee which was not updated on NEET website will be refunded to the candidates by their bank”, CBSE said in its notification.

Candidates must complete their NEET 2017 application form by March 1, 2017. All the particulars in application form like personal and academic details must be filled correctly, images are uploaded properly as per the specification and required fee must be paid. The printout copy of confirmation page and proof of fee paid must be preserved by candidates to resolve any discrepancy in future.

The examination authority has also opened common services centres (CSC) to support candidates in registering for NEET 2017 application form. The common services centres/ facilitation centres have been, basically, set up for candidates from rural areas who are not well versed in online computing.

The application form of NEET was started on January 31, 2017 for candidates who wish to pursue MBBS and BDS programmes from government, private and deemed medical and dental colleges across the country. As per the Supreme Court’s directive in 2016, NEET has replaced all national, state as well as private medical entrance tests for MBBS and BDS admission. However, admission to undergraduate medical programmes offered in AIIMS and JIPMER will be done through their own entrance test.

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