NEET Phase 2 Registration Begins, Online application form direct link, documents required, Notification and latest NTA Exam news update available here. All the aspirants who had applied for the phase 1 application form on or before the closing date and given NTA NEET 2021 Exam on 12, September must need to do Phase 2 Online registration by providing all valid documents to check NEET Result and scorecard, without phase 2 registration medical aspirants can’t check their NEET UG Result 2021. On this page we share all information that you want to know and is important for you in terms of NEET, So we request to everyone kindly read this page complete till the end.
NTA National test Agencies formerly the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT), conduct NEET UG Exam Once every year to select aspirants from overall India for the MBBS and BDS programmes in Indian medical and dental colleges.
All the aspirants (16 Lakhs approx) must need to fill phase 2 application form to get their result, if you are unable to fill the phase 2 online form then, your result will not be declared. So in terms of NEET Phase 2 registration is compulsory, below we are going to share some highlighted points that every medical student must have to keep in mind before going for online registration at neet.nta.nic.in or nmc.org.in.
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- 1 NEET 2021 Phase 2 Online Registration Overview
- 2 NEET Phase 2 Registration: Documents Required
- 3 How to do NEET-UG Phase 2 Online Registration 2021?
- 4 NEET Phase 2 Registration FAQs
NEET 2021 Phase 2 Online Registration Overview
|Conducting By||NTA (National Testing Agency)|
|Exam Name||NEET (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test UG 2021)|
|Course offer||MBBS/ BDS/ BAMS/ BSMS/ BUMS/ BHMS and other undergraduate medical courses|
|Total candidates||16 Lakhs+|
|NEET Exam date||12, September 2021|
|Phase 2 Registration Start date||01 October 2021 (Friday)|
|Phase 2 Closing date||10 October 2021 (Sunday) up to 11:50 PM|
|Phase-1, Phase 2 Correction Last date||14 October 2021 (Extended)|
|Answer key PDF||Click Here (Raise Objection)|
|Result release date||10, September (Tentative)|
|Phase 2 Registration link||Available (Click Here)|
|Phase 2 Notification pdf||Available|
|Documents Required||Mentioned below|
NEET Exam is officially conducted by NTA and the registration process is divided into two-phase, the first phase is done before the neet exam and 2nd registration process will be done before the result and the scorecard releasing. NTA Divide complete Registration into two sets so that they can get complete A to Z detail of medical students before giving start Medical college admission process. The first set of information is filled from 13, July 2021 and NTA starts the second phase of registration to Upload all pending Documents and information.
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Note: All the medical aspirants must have to provide every single of information and document detail correctly before releasing the result because NTA will cancel your NEET Registration or not release your result. Below we mentioned details that you need to provide in the 2nd phase registration process so read it very carefully and collect all documents before going for Phase to registration online.
NEET Phase 2 Registration: Documents Required
In this section, we shared all documents that you need to provide during Phase 2 Registration it includes total 5 Sections that you need to fill one by one. Below we also share the official “List of documents that NTA Mentioned on NEET Documents”
Big Update by NTA: “No documents need to be uploaded in filling up the Second Phase of Online Application Form for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (UG)-2021”
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- Application Page
- Educational Details (10th, 11th Class)
- Additional Details
- Parent Income Details
- Uploading documents
Note: Kindly use the same login details of NEET Phase 1 and for phase 2 there are no Application fees, check the below documents list then, follow How to Apply online for phase 2 Instruction correctly mention below:
How to do NEET-UG Phase 2 Online Registration 2021?
All the Medical Aspirants who applied for the Phase 1 Application form will be eligible for Phase 2 registration. Candidates need to follow the below instruction to get their form successfully filled or if you are already aware of the application form procedure then, directly go to the important link section:
- Open NTA NEET Official website i.e neet.nta.nic.in
- On the home screen, you will get ” NEET-UG Phase 2 Application form“
- Click on that link, now you will redirect to a new page where they ask you to enter your login credentials, it should be the same that you use early during phase 1 Online registration
- After login Phase-2 Online form will appear on your screen
- Just start filling in all details one by one and upload all documents correctly
- Review all details again and submit the form on or before the closing date
|Official Website Link||Click Here|
|Phase 2 Direct Registration Link (Activated)||Click Here|
|Phase 2 Notification pdf||Click Here|
|Answer Key Link||Click here|
|Result Link||Click here|
|NEET Latest News||Click Here|
|Visit our website Homepage||Click Here|
NEET Phase 2 Registration FAQs
Is NEET 2021 Phase 2 Registration compulsory?
Yes NEET Phase 2 Registration is compulsory, NTA Divided complete registration process in two-phase, the First phase done before the Exam and 2nd phase will do before releasing the result 2021-2022. So Every candidate must have to submit the phase 2 application form before result releasing date.
Is NTA NEET UG 2021 Phase 2 Registration Started?
Yes, NTA NEET Officially begins the Phase 2 registration, students can apply from 1 October to 14 October 2021.
What to do After NEET phase 2 Registration?
As NEET full registration will be done in two-phase After the second phase registration candidates can check their result and scorecard. According to their scores, they will get respective medical colleges and institutes options during admission counselling