NTA extends claim form correction dates



The National Testing Agency announced that it has opened the window to fill out the second set of information and correct / modify the first and second phase details of the online application form for NEET (UG) -2021 until until October 26, 2021.

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has reopened the window to fill in the second set of information and correct / modify the first and second phase details of the online application form for NEET (UG) -2021 .

The timeline for the same will be as follows:

Review / Phase Correction / editing fields Duration
NEET (UG) – 2021 Second round of information I. Gender ii. Nationality iii. e-mail address iv. Category v. Sub-category vi. Second phase fields October 21 (Thursday) October 26, 2021 (Tuesday) until 11:50 p.m.

Interested applicants can avail this facility as the last and final opportunity to correct their details which were filled in during the first and second phase of 2021.

This function is also available for candidates who have made ad hoc corrections. Applicants are strongly advised to verify, cross-check and verify their registered email address and ensure that it is their own email address only as NTA. will send the scanned time card to the registered email address.

If an applicant is having difficulty making corrections to the 2021 online application form, they can contact 011-40759000 or email [email protected] to continue visiting the website (s) of the NTA www.nta .ac.in for the latest updates.

Meanwhile, in another related development, the Bombay High Court ordered the National Testing Agency (NTA) to re-do the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for two medical school aspirants because they had received questionnaires and answer sheets. with incorrect serial numbers during the recently scheduled exam. The order was issued by the High Court on Wednesday following a petition filed by the two students through lawyer Pooja Thorat. The applicants told the court that NEET applicants are given a questionnaire and answer booklet (sheet) with the same code and seven-digit serial number. But due to confusion on the part of supervisors, some students, including the petitioners, received questionnaires and answer booklets with different codes and serial numbers, they said. Lawyer Thorat told a bench of Judges RD Dhanuka and Abhay Ahuja that although the petitioners immediately reported the confusion, the supervisors threatened to report them for “causing trouble in the examination room and committing crimes. unfair practices ”.

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