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The National Testing Agency, better known as the NTA, has released NEET 2021 application-cum-registration forms on 13th July 2021, at NEET’s official website ntaneet.nic.in. Students can fill the registration form from the direct link. The last date to fill the application forms is 6th August 2021. The NEET-UG 2021 is scheduled for 12th September 2021. Here is the list of all the documents you require to fill NEET-UG 2021 application form.
- 1. Passport Size Photograph
You must have a passport-sized photograph of yourself, and it is very much preferred to have a recent one. If you’re one of those camera-conscious people, don’t worry. It’ll hardly take five minutes and a click. The photographer will do the job. Prefer to avoid wearing those fancy caps, hoodies, and goggles. Wear specs only if that is a regular thing with you. Your photograph should have your face visible with a white background, if available. The picture has to be a colored one, which will later be scanned and uploaded—the size and format for uploading the photograph in JPG format and measure between 10KB to 200KB.
- Post Card size Photograph
There’s another type of photograph you require while filling up the form — Postcard size Photograph. When you go to a photo studio for a passport-size picture, ask the professional to get the same picture postcard size. The difference between both of them is just the size. The size of the postcard photograph is 4” X 6”. This picture also has to be scanned and uploaded in JPG format. The size for this is 50 KB-300KB.
- Candidate’s Signature
When you’re filling a form, your signature plays an important role here. You need not go anywhere to get your signatures. Just take a white sheet, put down your initials in the running hand, scan it, crop it, and upload it. Make sure the picture is not blurred, and the signature is unmistakable and clear. The format to upload is JPG, and the size is 4KB- 30KB.
- Left-Hand Thumb Impression
India is on the track of being digitized, talking about digitization. To fill the form, you need an impression of your left hand. Getting a thumb impression is very easy to do. Step one, get an ink pad. Step two press your left-hand thumb on the ink pad, and Step Three, press and paste your thumb impression on white paper. Make sure the print is clear. Don’t press very hard, don’t press very slow and low. Scan it and upload it in JPG format, size ranging between 10KB to 50KB. If the left hand is not available or in right sight, you can substitute it with the right hand.
- Class 10 Marksheet
Class 10 Marksheet is essential for you to upload when you’re filling up the form. This is the sheet you got when you passed your 10th standard. All the details in the registration form should match your 10th standard mark sheet. Scan and upload it in between 100KB to 400KB.
- Category Certificate
If you belong to any particular category, you’re required to submit a category certificate for the same. The certificate can be obtained from the local government office attested by the concerned official. Various relaxations are given in different categories, depending on your category: EWS, PwD, SC/ST, etc.
- Identity Proof
While you are filling the form, it is to be sure that the details you are entering are correct and authenticated. It has to be according to your Identity proof. Various documents are offered that can be uploaded to complete this process. Aadhar Card, PAN Card, Voter ID card, Ration Card, School ID, Passport, Passbook, or Driving license. Any one of the following can be used to confirm identity.
STEPS TO FILL THE APPLICATION-CUM-REGISTRATION FORM
- Step One– Log in and get your Registration Number and Password. Register yourself using your or your parent’s mobile number and Email ID
- Step Two- The system will generate and will provide you an Application Number. Note it down.
- Step Three– Please enter all the details asked, fill up all the credentials very carefully, and lastly, upload all the documents as it is directed.
- Step Four- Pay the application fees and keep the proof of payment for future reference.
- Note: All these steps can be performed with breaks at different times or can also be done in a go.
The exam is scheduled for Sunday, 12th September 2021, amid the COVID-19 pandemic. This is the second time the exam is being conducted, the first time the exam was held when the second wave was on its way. This time it is the third one on the way. The exam is being held in 13 languages for the first time after two more languages, Malayalam and Punjabi. The other 11 languages are English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Odia, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu.