The National Testing Agency (NTA) has taken an important step to address the concerns of Manipur applicants who have had difficulty appearing for various examinations due to the current state of law and order. The NTA has agreed to offer exam centres in chosen cities to Manipur applicants after consulting with the State Administration of Manipur and the State Government of Manipur. This judgment will bring much-needed respite and convenience to the applicants impacted by the difficult circumstances. Let’s get into the specifics of the NTA’s admirable project.
Review and Decision of the National Testing Agency
After carefully examining the state of law and order in Manipur, the NTA partnered with the State Administration and the State Government to develop a solution that meets the needs of the impacted candidates. Recognising the importance of the tests, the NTA has decided to open exam centers in alternate places where Manipur aspirants can take the following exams:
National Eligibility cum Entrance Test NEET (UG) – 2023
Pen & Paper (offline) mode Any date between 03 and 05 June 2023
Common University Entrance Test CUET (UG) – 2023
Computer Based Test (CBT) mode 05, 06, 07, 08 June 2023
Common University Entrance Test CUET (PG) – 2023
Computer Based Test (CBT) mode 05 to 17 June 2023
Exam City Options for Manipur Candidates
Candidates from Manipur who wish to alter their exam city may do so in one of the following cities:
- Aizawl (Mizoram)
- Kohima/Dimapur (Nagaland)
- Shillong (Meghalaya)
- Guwahati (Assam)
- Jorhat (Assam)
- Silchar (Assam)
- Kolkata (West Bengal)
- Bengaluru (Karnataka)
- Imphal (Manipur)
Facility for Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS)
The NTA has developed the Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) capability for Manipur candidates to let them choose an exam city. This service will be available from May 28th, 2023 (07.00 A.M.) until May 30th, 2023 (07:00 P.M.). Candidates will receive a message on their registered cellphone phones with instructions on how to use the IVRS service. It is critical that candidates utilize their registered cellphone numbers to use this service.
Contacting the City Coordinator’s Office
Candidates can also contact the Office of the relevant City Coordinator, which is located in one of the cities listed above, and offer their exam city preference, as well as the name of the test and their registered application number. This can be done during the previously indicated time frame. The NTA’s various City Coordinators will create and share a consolidated list of candidates with the NTA, including their application numbers, exam name, and chosen exam city.
Contacting the National Testing Agency
The National Testing Agency (NTA) has made it easy for applicants to contact them if they have any questions or concerns about the upcoming tests. Candidates have several communication avenues to reach out to NTA, whether it’s about their city preference, application specifics, or any other pertinent information. In this article, we will look at the numerous ways candidates can contact NTA to ensure a seamless and hassle-free process.
NTA can be reached by phone.
If candidates have any queries or need assistance, they can call NTA directly. Candidates can contact the NTA at the following phone numbers: 011-40759000 and 011-69227700. These numbers will be active from 7:00 a.m. on May 28, 2023 to 7:00 p.m. on May 30, 2023. By contacting NTA via these phone lines, candidates can speak directly with the appropriate individuals and get their questions answered swiftly.
NTA can be reached by SMS.
Candidates can use the NTA SMS service to convey their city preference as well as their application number and examination name. Different phone numbers are assigned to different cities. Candidates can send an SMS to the mobile number associated with their desired city. This strategy enables candidates to share their preferences without having to interact directly.
|City||Number For SMS|
|Kolkata (West Bengal)
NTA can be reached by email.
Candidates with email access can also contact NTA via this method of communication. NTA has supplied specific email addresses for several exams. Send emails to the following addresses if you have any questions or concerns:
iii. CUET (PG) – 2023: [email protected]
Candidates can send an email to the email address linked with their examination indicating their city preference, application number, and examination name. For candidates who prefer email correspondence, this method gives an alternate mode of communication.
Exam Centre Allocation That Works
When NTA receives city change options from interested applicants via any of the foregoing modes of contact, it will assign an examination centre in the candidates’ selected city. This guarantees that students are assigned exam centres based on their choices, resulting in a more comfortable and convenient testing environment.
Admit Card Issuance Online
NTA will distribute admission cards to candidates online after exam centres are assigned. These admit cards will be available on the NTA’s separate official test web pages. To obtain their admission cards, candidates need go to the following websites:
- NEET (UG) – 2023: [email protected]/
- CUET (UG) – 2023: https://cuet.samarth.ac.in/
- CUET (PG) – 2023: https://cuet.nt
Attempts will be made to send SMS to the candidates concerned on their registered cellphone number to confirm the change of exam city and/or to obtain the Admit Card from the above-mentioned Exam portal. Furthermore, these Admit Cards will be accessible at the NTA Help Centre in the Office of the respective City Coordinator for pickup by a candidate who was unable to download the same due to a lack of Internet connectivity. These Admit Cards will also be available at the District Headquarters for pickup by the candidates or anybody authorized by them.