NEET 2019: Re-Exam for Karnataka, West Bengal students on May 20; Submit grievances before May 10
NEET 2019: The National Testing Agency will conduct the NEET 2019 re-exam on 20th May 2019 for Karnataka and West Bengal students who could not appear for the 5th May paper due to reasons “beyond their control.”
Candidates of Siliguri, West Bengal too had requested a re-exam after the test organizers at Centre No. 460906, Surendra Institute of Engineering & Management, Dhukuria, P.O. New Chamta, Siliguri-734009 failed to provide them question papers in Hindi Medium. These candidates are also required to reach out to the respective coordinator and submit documentary proof on or before 10th May 2019, 5pm.
The contact numbers and email ids of the City Coordinators in Bengaluru, Karnataka and Siliguri, West Bengal have been listed in the notice issued by the NTA.
NTA NEET 2019 Re-Exam Notice for Karnataka & West Bengal
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Exam – NEET UG 2019 has also been rescheduled for 20th May 2019 for students who were allotted exam centres in Odisha.
NEET 2019 re-exam will be held on the revised exam date from 10am to 1pm. NTA will shortly release the admit cards for the affected students who are found eligible to appear for the NEET 2019 Re-Exam.
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