1. Are you aware that 23 New Examination Cities added in NEET (UG) 2017 ?

It means more entrance exam centers added for the benefit of UG aspirants, who now have more choices to choose.

The candidates who would like to change their centers, have the option to make changes online on the official website of CBSE.

List of Examination Cities Added in NEET

The 23 new cities added would be helpful to students to select the center nearer to their residence city or town.

The increase of more centers became necessary.

However, the reason for this good step by CBSE is that from 8,00,000 in 2016.

To the present days of 2017 year that a record number of more than 11,00,000 candidates have registered for NEET 2017.

Again suppose another 1,50,000 are added. This depends on the verdict of Supreme Court on 31 March 2017.

The numbers may increase to a total of nearly 13,00,000/- applicants.

New Examination Cities added in NEET
New Exam Cities added in NEET

The facility is available to the UG 2017 applicants to revise options for change of center of entrance exam.

Examination Cities added in NEET
Examination Cities added in NEET

You can do this online on the website of CBSE.

Hence if you wish to make change of center of examination, facility is available till the midnight of 27.03.2017.

Once you land on the home page of the CBSE website, at the end of the page on the left hand corner, you will see a link that will take you to the correct page.

New Examination Cities added in NEET

In this page of the CBSE website you can enter your registration details to login with your password.

Once you do this, then you can change the center of your choice.

Examination Cities added in NEET UG 2017
Examination Cities added in NEET UG 2017

That’s it. Done.

CBSE will send the confirmation on your email or mobile, that you have registered while filling the application form earlier.

Once you receive the confirmation.

Thus you can be rest assured that change of center is approved from among the New Examination Cities added in NEET (UG)-2017′