New exam centers allotted to NEET-II candidates


SRINAGAR: The Additional Commissioner, Kashmir, today said that the examination centers of the candidates appearing in the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test-II, which is scheduled to be held on 24 July, have been set according to the roll numbers of the candidates.

He said that while there is no change in the examination center (Center Number 82501) for roll numbers between 82500001 and 82500540, the examination center for roll numbers between 82500541 and 82501140 and for roll numbers between 82501141 and 82501740 have been changed to Sri Pratap College, MA Road, Srinagar (Center Number 82502 (A)), and Amar Singh College, Srinagar (Center Number 82502 (B)), respectively.

He further said that the printed copy of the admit card shall also be made available to the candidates at their allotted centers in Srinagar from 23rd July, 2016, and that the candidates will be photographed at their examination centre free of cost..

While the candidates have been asked to make necessary arrangements to reach their allotted examination center on time (reporting time is 09:30 am), in case of curfew on the day of examination, the admit cards issued by the CBSE will be considered as curfew passes, the Officer added.

 He said the notification is also available on the official

Special facilitation centres for Anantnag

ANANTNAG: To facilitate students appearing in NEET examination that is scheduled on 24th July, the district administration Anantnag has designated National Informatics Centre, DC Office as the facilitation Centre for downloading of admits cards.   

The students are advised to contact National Informatics Centre located in the DC Office complex, on the help line No’s: 01932-223539 or  18001807054 for downloading of admit cards.  

For any query or assistance, the students can contact Nodal Officer, Mr. Gulzar Ahmad on 9419041800, 01932-223593, 9419042173  and  9419502864.

 The students can also avail the facility at the following Community Information Centers at the Block Development Offices of the district. 

BDO Larkipora 9419036916, 9469088358; BDO Hiller Shahabad 9419401094; BDO Khoveripora Mattan 9469111333; BDO Qazigund 01932-222605; BDO Vessu 01932-222605; BDO Bijbehara 01932-222605; BDO Shangus/Chittergul 9419040212.

Attention Budgam aspirants

 SRINAGAR:  According to Deputy Commissioner Budgam all candidates who have to appear in the upcoming NEET to be held on 24th July that they can also obtain their admit cards for the said Examination from District Treasury Officer Budgam (01951-255247) and Treasury Officer Chadoora ( 01951-257238) besides from National Informatics Centre Budgam.  

NEET download facility available at DC office Pulwama

PULWAMA:- According to Deputy Commissioner, Pulwama, Muneer-ul-Islam NEET download facility is available at NIC office at DC Office Complex Pulwama and CIC Tral. He said 105 forms were downloaded today.

He said students appearing in NEET test on 24th July Transport will be available at DC office Pulwama at 6 am on Saturday 23rd July for those appearing at Jammu, and on 24th at 6 am DC office Pulwama for those appearing at Srinagar.

Similar facilities shall be available at Tral. All desirous of availing these facilities may contact Shahbaz Mirza ADC Pulwama on 9419137940, Qaiser Malik ARTO on 9419258172, Reyaz Ahmed SDM Tral on 9419001388. Transport facilities can be made available from other places of District Pulwama if needed, he said.

He said DCs of Ramban, Udhampur and Jammu have been requested to provide security and ensure safe and hassle free passage of the vehicles carrying students and their wards.

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