National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Undergraduate (NEET UG 2021) admit card is expected to be released in the second week of September (3 days before the examination). The exam is conducted by the NTA (National Testing Agency) which has already informed about the admit card release date in the official notice of the Exam.

The application form correction window has closed on 14 August and the extended payment window for the exam fee has closed on 15 August. Now MBBS aspirants are waiting for the exam, which is going to take place on 12 September 2021 (Sunday).

To know the exam center and timing of NEET 2021, students need to download the admit card and it can be downloaded from the NTA website before three days of examination. The process or steps of downloading the NEET 2021 admit card is mentioned below.

How to download NEET 2021 Admit card?

  • Students can visit the official website of NTA which is “” or you click on the direct download link (Admit card download link)
  • Enter the Roll Number followed by Password, Date of Birth, and security pin to access admit card
  • A new pop up window will appear in front of your screen
  • Just maximize the window
  • Now you will be allowed to download or print the admit card

If you forgot your Roll number for your NEET admit card 2021, you can still download the admit card by following the steps mentioned below:

  • Visit the official website of NTA and click on candidate login
  • Now click on the forgot password button
  • Here enter your Registration number followed by candidate name, DOB, and security pin
  • Select the method by which you want to reset your password (OTP, Mobile number, Email ID, and Security Question)
  • Once you have retrieved the Roll number, follow the steps to download the NEET Admit card
  • Take a print for examination

After downloading admit card for NEET 2021, 6 points MBBS aspirants must remember

  • Carefully read the information about the exam day guidelines mentioned in the admit card
  • Focus on the special precautionary measures taken due to COVID 19
  • Carefully check all your details related to name, DOB, exam center, etc. If you find any error, immediately contact the NTA customer care number and report the issue
  • Don’t forget to take the printout along with your valid photo ID and latest passport size photographs
  • Don’t forget to bring an original ID card like pan cards, voter cards, Adhar cards, etc. With having it, a candidate may face trouble while entering the examination hall
  • The NEET admit card may also have the self-declaration form, in which students will have to fill in their recent travel and healthy history. Because last year, the admit card itself was considered a travel pass in lockdown due to COVID 19

Students are demanding to postponed it further because of several reasons:

  • COVID 3rd Wave, although the number of covid cases has reduced in the last couple of months a prediction is there about an impending third wave.
  • NEET syllabus and exam pattern have undergone changes, which left the medical aspirants confused and puzzled. Students are saying two months are not enough to prepare for the exam with a new pattern and syllabus.
  • Seraval states have faced severe flood situations, logistic arrangements and transportation have been affected badly.
  • NEET Exam date is clashing with other entrance exams and CBSE private exams.
  • Hence students are demanding NTA for considering the extension of the exam date till October.

Final Take Away

NEET 2021 is the most awaited medical exam for MBBS aspirants. It was first scheduled to conduct in the month of July, then August but finally, it is going to happen on 12 September 2021.  MBBS students are eagerly waiting for the exam with mixed thoughts, whether they are prepared for the exam or not. But anyway, if the exam does not get extended, students can download the admit card for NEET 2021 by following the above-mentioned process.

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