NEET UG Exam 2024: In view of more than 25 lakh applications in the exam, the government has increased the seats, check

NEET UG Exam:  This article of ours today is going to prove to be very important for all those students who are appearing for the NEET UG exam this time because today in this article information is provided about the new update released by the government. Will get it done. Let us tell you that this time there have been more applications in the NEET UG examination than last year, in view of this the government has increased the number of medical seats. For complete information, read this article till the end.

Neet UG exam information 

The government has issued an update on this year’s NEET UG examination conducted by the National Testing Agency. You all know that this examination is conducted every year. This year also the examination is being conducted and this time. The examination is being conducted around 5th May 2024. The applications for this examination are still going on. You will get information about very important things in today’s article, so read this article till the end and follow our website for some such information.

NEET UG Exam 2024

NEET ug exam application number

This year, a big update has come out for the students preparing for NEET UG exam 2024. If you all do not know then we want to tell you all that this time 25 lakh applications have been made so far in the NEET UG examination. This number is much more than last year’s applications because last year about 20 lakh students had applied. had applied whereas this time this figure has crossed 21 lakh and for the information of all of you, let us tell you that the Commission has further extended the date for filling the forms. Let us tell you that earlier the date for filling the forms was 9 March 2024, now the Commission has extended the date for filling the forms. Has increased it to 16 March 2024.

Number of medical seats in the exam 

  • 114 seats in Andaman Nicobar 1st College.
  • Andhra Pradesh – 37 out of 6485 seats.
  • Arunachal – 50 seats in 1 college.
  • Assam – 1550 seats in 5 colleges.
  • Bihar – 2765 seats in 21 colleges.
  • Chandigarh – 150 seats in 1 college.
  • Chhattisgarh – 2005 seats in 14 colleges.
  • 177 in Dadra Nagar Haveli 1 College
  • Delhi – 1497 seats in 10 colleges. (1247 seats in 8 government colleges and 250 seats in 2 private colleges).
  • Goa – 180 seats in 1 college.
  • Gujarat – 7150 seats in 40 colleges.
  • Haryana – 2185 seats in 15 colleges.
  • Himachal – 920 seats in 8 colleges.
  • Jammu Kashmir – 1339 seats in 12 colleges.
  • Jharkhand – 980 seats in 9 colleges.
  • Karnataka – 11745 seats in 70 colleges.

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