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NEET 2021 exam centre cities have been allotted to the candidate by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on its official website. Aspirants who will be writing the NEET 2021 exam can now check if they have been allotted their desired city or need to travel to some other location to pen the competitive paper. 

The national-level medical entrance exam, will be conducted on September 12, 2021, in pen and paper mode in 13 languages. Over 16 lakh candidates have registered for the exam to fulfill their aspirations of becoming a doctor. Candidates will need to attempt 180 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) related to three subjects: Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. 

For NEET 2021, NTA has increased the NEET exam cities from 155 to 202, according to the latest update by the exam conducting body. Moreover, taking note of the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the NEET 2021 exam centres had been increased to 3,862 from 2546 exam centres last year. 

Aspirants in international cities or countries like Dubai and Kuwait can write the exam in their respective geographies. 

How is the NEET-UG exam centre city allotted?  

At the time of registration for the NEET-UG exam, candidates are asked to provide their preferences for the exam centre city. Aspirants need to select four out of the 202 exam cities in which the exam will be conducted. 

The NTA has allotted the NEET 2021 exam centre city based on the preferences of the aspirants that were submitted while filing the NEET 2021 application form. Candidates are always advised to select the city near the place they’re currently preparing for the exam, as travelling on exam day could be hectic, sometimes leading to anxiety.  

Quick Read: All You Need to Know About NEET 2021: Registration, Syllabus, Exam Pattern, Important Dates and More!

How to check NEET 2021 exam centre city?

Candidates can easily find out their NEET 2021 exam centre city by visiting the official site of NTA. Here’s you can check the centre city by following a few simple steps: 

Step 1: Visit neet.nta.nic.in. 

Step 2: Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the ‘View Advance Information for Allotment of City Centre’ option. 

Step 3: Enter your application number and date of birth. 

Step 4: Verify your information by entering the security pin (captcha challenge) given below. 

neet.nta.nic.in

NEET Exam Test Cities With Code

*Full list here*

Sr.NoCOUNTRYSTATE/ U.TCITY_2021CITY CODE
1INDIAANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDSPORT BLAIR1101
2INDIAANDHRA PRADESHGUNTUR1201
3INDIAANDHRA PRADESHKURNOOL1202
4INDIAANDHRA PRADESHNELLORE1203
5INDIAANDHRA PRADESHTIRUPATI1204
6INDIAANDHRA PRADESHVIJAYAWADA1205
7INDIAANDHRA PRADESHVISAKHAPATNAM1206
8INDIAANDHRA PRADESHTENALI1207
9INDIAANDHRA PRADESHNARASARAOPET1208
10INDIAANDHRA PRADESHMACHILIPATNAM1209
11INDIAANDHRA PRADESHMANGALAGIRI1210
12INDIAARUNACHAL PRADESHITANAGAR/NAHARLAGUN1301
13INDIAASSAMDIBRUGARH1401
14INDIAASSAMGUWAHATI1402
15INDIAASSAMSILCHAR1403
16INDIAASSAMTEZPUR1404
17INDIABIHARGAYA1501
18INDIABIHARPATNA1502
19INDIABIHARHAJIPUR1503
20INDIABIHARMADHUBANI1504
21INDIABIHARNALANDA1505
22INDIABIHARSITAMARHI1506
23INDIABIHARVAISHALI1507
24INDIACHANDIGARHCHANDIGARH/MOHALI/PANCHKULA1601
25INDIACHHATTISGARHBHILAI/DURG/BHILAI NAGAR1701
26INDIACHHATTISGARHBILASPUR1702
27INDIACHHATTISGARHRAIPUR1703
28INDIACHHATTISGARHSURGUJA1704
29INDIADADRA & NAGAR HAVELIDADRA & NAGAR HAVELI1801
30INDIADAMAN & DIUDAMAN1901
31INDIADELHI/NEW DELHIDELHI/NEW DELHI2001
32INDIAGOAPANAJI/MADGAON/MARGAO2101
33INDIAGUJARATAHMEDABAD2201
34INDIAGUJARATANAND2202
35INDIAGUJARATBHAVNAGAR2203
36INDIAGUJARATGANDHINAGAR2204
37INDIAGUJARATGODHARA2205
38INDIAGUJARATPATAN2206
39INDIAGUJARATRAJKOT2207
40INDIAGUJARATSURAT2208
41INDIAGUJARATVADODARA2209
42INDIAGUJARATVALSAD2210
43INDIAGUJARATGANDHIDHAM2211
44INDIAGUJARATKUTCH2212
45INDIAHARYANAFARIDABAD2301
46INDIAHARYANAGURUGRAM2302
47INDIAHARYANAAMBALA2303
48INDIAHARYANAKARNAL2304
49INDIAHIMACHAL PRADESHHAMIRPUR2401
50INDIAHIMACHAL PRADESHSHIMLA2402
51INDIAJAMMU & KASHMIRJAMMU2501
52INDIAJAMMU & KASHMIRSRINAGAR2502
NEET Exam Test Cities With Code (List 1)
53INDIAJAMMU & KASHMIRANANTNAG2503
54INDIAJAMMU & KASHMIRBARAMULLA2504
55INDIAJHARKHANDBOKARO2601
56INDIAJHARKHANDJAMSHEDPUR2602
57INDIAJHARKHANDRANCHI2603
58INDIAJHARKHANDHAZARIBAGH2604
59INDIAKARNATAKABELGAUM/BELGAVI2701
60INDIAKARNATAKABENGALURU2702
61INDIAKARNATAKADAVANAGERE2703
62INDIAKARNATAKADHARWAD2704
63INDIAKARNATAKAGULBARGA/KALABURGI2705
64INDIAKARNATAKAHUBLI2706
65INDIAKARNATAKAMANGALURU2707
66INDIAKARNATAKAMYSURU2708
67INDIAKARNATAKAUDUPI2709
68INDIAKERALAALAPPUZHA2801
69INDIAKERALAANGAMALY2802
70INDIAKERALAERNAKULAM2803
71INDIAKERALAKANNUR2804
72INDIAKERALAKASARAGOD2805
73INDIAKERALAKOLLAM2806
74INDIAKERALAKOTTAYAM2807
75INDIAKERALAKOZHIKODE/CALICUT2808
76INDIAKERALAMALAPPURAM2809
77INDIAKERALAPALAKKAD2810
78INDIAKERALATHIRUVANANTHAPURAM2811
79INDIAKERALATHRISSUR2812
80INDIAKERALAIDUKKI2813
81INDIALADAKHLEH4701
82INDIALADAKHKARGIL4702
83INDIALAKSHADWEEPKAVARATTI2901
84INDIAMADHYA PRADESHBHOPAL3001
85INDIAMADHYA PRADESHGWALIOR3002
86INDIAMADHYA PRADESHINDORE3003
87INDIAMADHYA PRADESHJABALPUR3004
88INDIAMADHYA PRADESHUJJAIN3005
89INDIAMADHYA PRADESHREWA3006
90INDIAMAHARASHTRAAHMEDNAGAR3101
91INDIAMAHARASHTRAAKOLA3102
92INDIAMAHARASHTRAAMRAVATI3103
93INDIAMAHARASHTRAAURANGABAD (MR)3104
94INDIAMAHARASHTRABEED3105
95INDIAMAHARASHTRABULDHANA3106
96INDIAMAHARASHTRAJALGAON3107
97INDIAMAHARASHTRAKOLHAPUR3108
98INDIAMAHARASHTRALATUR3109
99INDIAMAHARASHTRAMUMBAI3110
100INDIAMAHARASHTRANAGPUR3111
101INDIAMAHARASHTRANANDED3112
102INDIAMAHARASHTRANASHIK3113
103INDIAMAHARASHTRANAVI MUMBAI3114
104INDIAMAHARASHTRAPUNE3115
105INDIAMAHARASHTRASATARA3116
106INDIAMAHARASHTRASANGALI3119
107INDIAMAHARASHTRASOLAPUR3117
108INDIAMAHARASHTRATHANE3118
109INDIAMAHARASHTRASINDHUDURG3120
NEET Exam Test Cities With Code (List 2)
110INDIAMAHARASHTRARATNAGIRI3121
111INDIAMAHARASHTRADHULE3122
112INDIAMANIPURIMPHAL3201
113INDIAMEGHALAYASHILLONG3301
114INDIAMIZORAMAIZAWL3401
115INDIANAGALANDDIMAPUR3501
116INDIANAGALANDKOHIMA3502
117INDIAODISHAANGUL3601
118INDIAODISHABALASORE/BALESWAR3602
119INDIAODISHABERHAMPUR3603
120INDIAODISHABHUBANESHWAR3604
121INDIAODISHACUTTACK3605
122INDIAODISHAROURKELA3606
123INDIAODISHASAMBALPUR3607
124INDIAODISHABALANGIR3608
125INDIAODISHABHAWANIPATNA (KALAHANDI)3609
126INDIAODISHAKEONJHAR/KENDUJHAR3610
127INDIAODISHAKORAPUT3611
128INDIAODISHAMALKANGIRI3612
129INDIAODISHAPARALAKHEMUNDI (GAJAPATI)3613
130INDIAODISHAPHULBANI (KANDHAMAL)3614
131INDIAODISHARAYAGADA3615
132INDIAODISHAPURI3616
133INDIAPUDUCHERRYPUDUCHERRY3701
134INDIAPUNJABAMRITSAR3801
135INDIAPUNJABBATHINDA3802
136INDIAPUNJABJALANDHAR3803
137INDIAPUNJABLUDHIANA3804
138INDIAPUNJABPATIALA3805
139INDIARAJASTHANAJMER3901
140INDIARAJASTHANBIKANER3902
141INDIARAJASTHANJAIPUR3903
142INDIARAJASTHANJODHPUR3904
143INDIARAJASTHANKOTA3905
144INDIARAJASTHANUDAIPUR3906
145INDIASIKKIMGANGTOK4001
146INDIATAMIL NADUCHENNAI4101
147INDIATAMIL NADUCOIMBATORE4102
148INDIATAMIL NADUCUDDALORE4103
149INDIATAMIL NADUKANCHIPURAM4104
150INDIATAMIL NADUKARUR4105
151INDIATAMIL NADUMADURAI4106
152INDIATAMIL NADUNAGERCOIL4107
153INDIATAMIL NADUNAMAKKAL4108
154INDIATAMIL NADUSALEM4109
155INDIATAMIL NADUTHANJAVUR4110
156INDIATAMIL NADUTHIRUVALLUR4111
157INDIATAMIL NADUTIRUCHIRAPPALLI4112
158INDIATAMIL NADUTIRUNELVELI4113
159INDIATAMIL NADUVELLORE4114
160INDIATAMIL NADUCHENGALPET4115
161INDIATAMIL NADUVIRUDHUNAGAR4116
162INDIATAMIL NADUDINDIGUL4117
163INDIATAMIL NADUTIRUPPUR4118
164INDIATELANGANAHYDERABAD4201
165INDIATELANGANAKARIMNAGAR4202
166INDIATELANGANAKHAMMAM4203
NEET Exam Test Cities With Code (List 3)
167INDIATELANGANARANGAREDDY4204
168INDIATELANGANAWARANGAL4205
169INDIATELANGANASANGAREDDY4206
170INDIATELANGANAMAHBUBNAGAR4207
171INDIATELANGANAHAYATHNAGAR4208
172INDIATRIPURAAGARTALA4301
173INDIAUTTAR PRADESHAGRA4401
174INDIAUTTAR PRADESHALLAHABAD/PRAYAGRAJ4402
175INDIAUTTAR PRADESHBAREILLY4403
176INDIAUTTAR PRADESHGHAZIABAD4404
177INDIAUTTAR PRADESHGORAKHPUR4405
178INDIAUTTAR PRADESHJHANSI4406
179INDIAUTTAR PRADESHKANPUR4407
180INDIAUTTAR PRADESHLUCKNOW4408
181INDIAUTTAR PRADESHMEERUT4409
182INDIAUTTAR PRADESHNOIDA/GREATER NOIDA4410
183INDIAUTTAR PRADESHVARANASI4411
184INDIAUTTAR PRADESHFATEHPUR4412
185INDIAUTTAR PRADESHMATHURA4413
186INDIAUTTAR PRADESHSITAPUR4414
187INDIAUTTAR PRADESHFAIZABAD4415
188INDIAUTTAR PRADESHALIGARH4416
189INDIAUTTARAKHANDDEHRADUN4501
190INDIAUTTARAKHANDHALDWANI4502
191INDIAUTTARAKHANDROORKEE4503
192INDIAWEST BENGAL24 PARGANAS (NORTH)4601
193INDIAWEST BENGALASANSOL4602
194INDIAWEST BENGALBARDHAMAN/BURDWAN4603
195INDIAWEST BENGALDURGAPUR4604
196INDIAWEST BENGALHOOGHLY4605
197INDIAWEST BENGALHOWRAH4606
198INDIAWEST BENGALKHARAGPUR4607
199INDIAWEST BENGALKOLKATA4608
200INDIAWEST BENGALSILIGURI4609
201KUWAITOutside IndiaKUWAIT CITY9901
NEET Exam Test Cities With Code (List 4)

When will NTA allot exam centres? 

As of now, NTA has only revealed the NEET exam centre city of the aspirants. The competitive exam conducting organisation is expected to release the NEET 2021 admit card in the coming weeks. 

Candidates will find the complete details, such as the exam centres’ address and exam centre code number on the NEET admit card. However, candidates who have successfully submitted their NEET 2021 applications before the deadline will only receive the admit card required for writing the competitive paper. 

Can candidates change their NEET 2021 exam centre city? 

NEET 2021 candidates cannot change their exam centre city once the NTA has allotted the cities to all the registered aspirants. NTA had provided an application correction window from August 8 to August 12 to make such corrections in the NEET 2021 form. However, candidates are now left with no choice but to compromise with the exam centre city that they have been allotted. 

Language options in NEET 2021 exam centres 

As mentioned above, the NTA allows the candidates to write the NEET 2021 examination in 13 Indian languages. Out of all 13 languages, candidates can write the exam in three languages – English, Hindi, and Urdu – at all NEET exam centres. Aspirants writing the exam in regional languages will be entertained with their language preferences at specific exam centres. 

For those uninitiated, the NEET 2021 question paper is going to be bilingual, with English as one language, while candidates can select the second language from Hindi, Gujarati, Assamese, Tamil, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Telugu, Kannada, and Urdu.

Here’s a list of NEET 2021 exam centres on language basis

Medium of question paper           NEET exam centre
English All examination Centres
 English and Hindi    All examination centres
English and Assamese Assam centres
English and Bengali West Bengal and Tripura centres  
English and Gujarati Gujarat, Daman, Dadra, Nagar Haveli centres
English and Marathi Maharashtra centres  
English and Tamil Tamil Nadu centres  
English and Telugu  Andhra Pradesh and Telangana centres
English and Oriya Odisha centres
English and Kannada Karnataka centres  
English and Urdu     All examination centres 2021 centres  
English and Malayalam Kerala and Lakshadweep centres
English and Punjabi Punjab, Chandigarh and Delhi centres
NEET 2021 exam centres on language basis

Frequently asked Questions

1. I am solving last year’s papers for the NEET exam for practice. How many questions can I expect, on average, to be from the last year’s papers?

Ans: Though it can’t be said with surety, on average, around 10-15 questions are directly or indirectly from some of the past year’s papers. But, practicing past year papers is very important as it gives you the much-needed practice, confidence, and idea of the exam pattern. 

2. I am pretty good at Biology but not that good at Physics and Chemistry. Which subject would be the most important in the NEET exams in terms of weightage?

Ans: In the NEET exams, the most crucial subject is Biology only as it occupies around 50% of the weightage bifurcated between Botany and Zoology equally. Physics and Chemistry account for a further 50% (25% each). 

3. There are so many chapters to study in the NEET exam. How can I know which are the main chapters so that I can primarily focus on them?

Ans: In Botany, the main chapters are genetics, evolution, ecology, environment, and plant physiology. While in Zoology, the main chapters are Human Physiology, Biology, and Human Welfare, and Reproduction. They account for most of the questions of the NEET exam.

4. How many marks do each question carry, and what is the scenario of negative marking in the NEET exam?

Ans: In the NEET exam, each question carries four marks. So, the exam is of 720 marks in total. Yes, there is a negative marking as well, and one mark will be deducted for each wrong question. However, no marks would be deducted or awarded for a question not attempted. 

5. I was having a little confusion, whether there are 200 questions or 180 questions in the NEET exam?

Ans: There is nothing to be confused about here. Yes, there are 200 questions in the exam, but you have to attempt only 180 questions. Each question carrying four marks will amount to 720 marks in total. 

6. What are the qualifying marks for MBBS after the NEET exam, after which I can be assured of admission?

Ans: For the general category, you need to score at least 50 percentile, and for the Reserved category (ST/SC/OBC), you need to score at least 40 percentile. 

7. If I am not getting a government college, what is the marks requirement in the NEET exam for qualifying for a good private medical college?

Ans: Though government colleges are the first priority for anyone, getting into good private colleges is also not very easy. One needs to score at least 350 marks to get into a good private medical college. 

8. I also gave the JEE exam earlier. So, can I expect some of those questions to repeat here in NEET also?

Ans: Yes. Not many, but some questions definitely match with the JEE exam and JEE Mains, to be particular. Usually, in Physics and Maths, some questions from the past year and even present-year questions do get repeated or come with minor changes in the NEET exams. 

9. My 12th Board exams were not that good. How much will it affect my selection after NEET?

Ans: See, 12th board marks are only required for making one eligible for the exams. You just need to score 50% marks on the boards to be eligible to sit in the NEET exam. After that, whether in the selection or the counseling, 12th Board exam marks don’t have any role to play, and only your performance at the NEET exam matters. 

10. I want to get the best practice. So, which are the top coaching institutes that I can join for NEET preparation?

Ans: There are many good coaching, but the top ones are Affinity, GradeUp, Aakash, Unacademy, and Embibe. There are several others as well that you can easily get on the internet.

11. I actually have some financial constraints at my house. Is there any platform, which can provide me NEET training for free?

Ans: Yes, if you are looking for a free platform for NEET guidance, you can definitely refer to Affinity Education. You will easily get their materials free of cost at their various platforms. Also, Affinity Education is known for top faculties and good results.

12. By when I should start preparing for the NEET exam to stand a better chance of clearing it?

Ans: Ideally, one should start preparing for the NEET exam from class ninth only as it is the ideal time based upon the syllabus. But, even if you are starting a bit late, you can still catch up and stand a good chance in the exam.

13. I cannot decide how much time I should devote to study and how much to sleep to maintain an effective balance?

Ans: For clearing the NEET exams, you need to maintain an effective balance between your study and sleep. You need to study at least 12 hours a day and more if possible. Also, you have to ensure at least a 7-hour sleep to keep your mind relaxed to study that much. 

14. There is a new government order for Reservation in the NEET exam. How will it work?

Ans: As per the new ruling, there will be 27% Reservation for the OBC category and 10% Reservation for the Economically Weaker Sections. However, the previous 15% and 7.5% Reservations for SC and St category respectively will continue as before.

15. I had confusion. Can I appear in both the State and the All-India Quota?

Ans: Yes, as per the NTA pattern, you can avail both the State as well as the All-India quota. This will allow you to pursue the course, not just in. 

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