Students Facing Shortage of Exam Centers for NEET PG 2018 Exam

Students Facing Shortage of Exam Centers for NEET PG 2018 Exam

Students Facing Shortage of Exam Centers for NEET PG 2018 Exam

Of the large chunk of applicants who have registered to appear for the NEET PG 2018 postgraduate medical entrance examination are facing shortages of exam centers. Students will have to write their NEET PG exam in other states this year if the slots are full in their state. More than 12,000 doctors from each state are expected to apply for the NEET PG 2018 exam.

Candidates can choose their examination centre, date and session of the exam while registering online. There are a total number of 41 exam centers of NEET PG 2018; candidates have the option to choose any centre located near to the city they reside. The table below mentions NEET PG 2018 exam centers.

NEET PG 2018 Exam Centers List:

S. No.

City

1 Ahmedabad
2 Bangalore
3 Bhopal
4 Bhubaneswar
5 Chandigarh
6 Chennai
7 Cochin
8 Coimbatore
9 Dehradun
10 Mysore
11 Aurangabad
12 Greater Noida
13 Gurgaon
14 Guwahati
15 Hyderabad
16 Indore
17 Jaipur
18 Jammu
19 Jamshedpur
20 Kolkata
21 Lucknow
22 Mumbai
23 Nagpur
24 Navi Mumbai
25 New Delhi
26 Noida
27 Bardoli(Surat)
28 Pune
29 Raipur
30 Ranchi
31 Trivandrum
32 Udaipur
33 Varanasi
34 Durgapur
35 Kozikhode
36 Mangalore
37 Trichy
38 Vijayawada
39 Visakhapatnam
40 Gandhinagar
41 Goa

But many applicants were facing problems to register online as the server remained choked for several hours. Complaints were made to the authorities in Delhi that candidates are facing difficulty in form filling, selection of exam centers and payment issues to pay the exam fees online.

Soon after the registrations began, the registrants complained that they ran out of exam centers, and website glitches made the registration process as a bad experience. While some students complained that the site took hours to load, while others could not change the uploaded picture. Many OBC candidates could not make payments, while many candidates made the payment, but was not showing in their records.

Although the last date to apply is November 27, all the slots were taken up within a couple of hours. A mad rush saw the servers of the National Board of Examinations (NBE) getting choked soon after the application time started at 3 p.m. on October 31, 2017.

The Indian Medical Association (IMA) has demanded that more exam centers be opened across the nation for the NEET PG exam to be held on January 7 2018.

HRD minister should provide enough centers and slots in accordance with the huge number of applicants applying for NEET PG 2018 across the nation.

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