NEET UG 2024 city intimation slip to be released soon, Check admit card at, once released
NEET UG 2024 city intimation slip releasing soon - PC : MRP Graphics

NEET UG 2024: The National testing agency is likely to release the NEET UG exam city centre slip 2024 soon. Candidates who had registered themselves can download their City centre Intimation Slip by visiting the official website i.e., once released. Candidates must note that once the NEET UG 2024 city slip is released, the Agency will also release the admit cards.


This year the NEET UG exam is scheduled on 5 May, 2024. To see and download the NEET UG exam city centre intimation slips and admit cards, candidates must log in at the official website at

The important credentials required to check the NEET UG Result 2024 includes the candidates application number, birthdate, and password.


NEET UG 2024: Details on the city slip 

  • The NEET UG city slip will include the applicant’s name, date of birth, and registration number.
  • It will also contain the subjects and their respective codes.
  • Candidates are advised to verify these details properly to ensure accuracy.


In case of any error in the particulars or photograph and signatures in the NEET city intimation slip or admit card, the candidate should immediately approach the helpline number on any of the working days between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.


NEET UG 2024: restricted objects inside exam hall 

  • Anything such as printed or written text, pieces of paper, a box for geometry or pencils, a plastic bag, a calculator, a pen, a scale, a writing pad, pen drives, an eraser, a log table, an electronic pen and a scanner
  • Any kind of communication device, including health bands, pagers, mobile phones, Bluetooth, earbuds, microphones, and others
  • Additional accessories such a belt, headgear, purse, wallet, goggles, and others
  • Any type of watch, bracelet, camera, or wristwatch
  • Any jewellery or metallic objects
  • Everything from packaged or unwrapped food to a water bottle
  • Any other object that could be utilised unfairly, such as a microchip, camera, or Bluetooth device hidden as communication equipment.