NEET 2020 is scheduled to conducted on September 13, 2020. The exam is conducted in offline (pen and paper-based) mode. Candidates are required to carry all the important documents at the examination hall else they will not be allowed to enter inside the exam center as these documents assist in verifying the identity of the applicants and approve their candidature in NEET 2020.
NEET admit card contains all the necessary information of candidates such as name, the application number, exam center, and paper code.
Along with that, you have to carry the duly filled Undertaking or Self-Declaration form regarding the COVID-19.
To ensure smooth and transparent conduct of examination, the coordinating body instructs the candidates to bring several documents on exam day. Read the article to know more about the important documents that need to carried at the exam center.
List of Documents Required
Documents Required at NEET Exam Center
NTA has mentioned in the official e-brochure about all the documents that one needs to carry on the exam day. Discussed below are the names of the documents –
NEET 2020 Admit Card (Released)
NTA issued the document for all the successfully registered candidates.
NEET 2020 admit card has been released on August 26, 2020 at ntaneet.nic.in.
It is a mandatory document that must be carried at all the stages of NEET 2020 including exam day, AIQ (All India Quota) & State counselling and Admission processes of various institutes.
Valid ID Proof
Aadhar Card or any other valid ID proof is the essential document that one must present at the time of examination.
The primary purpose of this to support/ verify the details already present in the admit card.
Passport Size Photograph
Along with both the documents mentioned above, candidates are also required to carry multiple passport size photographs to NEET exam center.
Photographs must be the same as used in the application form.
The purpose behind photographs at exam center is for the documentation process. An attendance sheet for appeared candidates and requires candidates’ photograph for the same. This is done to ensure clarity and transparency in the process.
Self Declaration Form
Candidates are advised to read all the instructions carefully and fill the ‘Self-Declaration Form’, which is a crucial part of the COVID-19 precautions and provided along with the admit card.
Without this form candidates will not be allowed to take the exam.