This year NEET will be conducted in 9 vernacular languages along with English and Hindi. The other 9 languages include Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Oriya, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu. Although all these languages will not be available to all the students. A student can opt for language depending upon the examination center they choose.
The students who choose English as the language for examination would get question paper in English only, and students who choose any other language as the language of question paper will have questions in both English and the language they opted for.
Below table shows the languages a student can opt for depending on the examination center:
|S.No.||Medium of Question Papers||Examination Centres|
|1.||English & Hindi||All Examination Centers Cities in India|
|2.||English & Assamese||Examination Centers Cities in Assam|
|3.||English & Bengali||Examination Centers Cities in West Bengal and Tripura|
|4.||English & Gujarati||Examination Centers Cities in Gujarat, Daman, Dadar & Nagar Haveli|
|5.||English & Kannada||Examination Centers Cities in Karnataka|
|6.||English & Marathi||Examination Centers Cities in Maharashtra|
|7.||English & Oriya||Examination Centers Cities in Odisha|
|8.||English & Tamil||Examination Centers Cities in Tamil Nadu|
|9.||English & Telugu||Examination Centers Cities in Andhra Pradesh & Telangana|
|10||English & Urdu||All Examination Centers Cities in India|
As question paper will come in more than one language, there can be an error as a result of the translation. In those cases, questions in the English language should be considered as the final question.