By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Apr 02, 2020 11:49 IST
NEET exam Postponed, decision on NEET new dates 2020 with Counseling after April 14

National Testing Agency (NTA) on Friday postponed NEET UG May 2020 exam. National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) May 3 scheduled exam is postponed, NTA officially published in notice. Intimating that due to hardship faced by the parents and students due to COVID19 epidemic NTA postponed the NEET 2020 UG for admission into MBBS and BDS courses. Earlier scheduled NEET to admit card 2020 which were to release on 27 March are also postponed and will be considered after 15 April, NTA added.

On March 27 NTA Agency postponed the NEET UG exam and release of admit cards intimating through Students who were looking for NEET exam are hereby informed that NEET UG 2020 is postponed. Due to COVID19 epidemic the postpone decision is taken by Agnecy.

NEET Exam Postponed

NTA on March 27, postponed the NEET UG May 2020 exam officially. Releasing official postpone notice at NEET website agency conveyed the message. Due to the COVID19 epidemic for the safety measures Agency postponed NEET 2020 for MBBS, BDS admission session 2020-21.

Earlier NEET UG exam dates were decided as 3 May 2020 and NEET admit card was to release on 27 March. Concerned to new notice NEET is postponed to further notice.  As the estimated schedule of the new date of NEET 2020 and release of admit card is concerned, the National Testing Agency conveyed would be considered after 15 April, as the lockdown ends in the country.

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‘We are hopeful that we would get back to normal situation relatively soon, but for now, various concerned ministries and examination boards are examining the scenario to evaluate the situation, that may necessitate any change in the schedule, Agency added.


Likely after April 14, the decision on NEET UG 2020 would be taken, Agency conveyed through postpone notice.

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