Friday, 11 September 2020

NEET 2020 : Exam tomorrow - Check dress code, documents and items allowed at exam centre and SOPs for COVID19

 NEET 2020 : Exam tomorrow - Check dress code, documents and items allowed at exam centre and SOPs for COVID19





💥 National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, NEET 2020 would be conducted tomorrow – September 13, 2020. For security measures, NTA permits candidates to carry only certain items and wear certain attire for the examination. Check the permitted dress code, documents required and items allowed at exam centres as well as special measures and SOPs to be followed in lieu of COVID19 pandemic below.

💥 Please note, due to COVID19, frisking would be done by hand held devices attached to a long stick to maintain proper social distancing. Candidates are hence advised to follow the norms and instructions provided by NTA.

NEET 2020 Dress Code – what is allowed and not allowed

▪ Masks are mandatory. Students can wear gloves and face shields.

▪ Please note, candidates can wear light coloured weather appropriate loose clothes. Jeans, salwar suit, culottes, long skirts, trousers, t-shirts, shirts all are permitted

▪ Full sleeve shirts, dresses with big buttons and dark or tight clothes are not advisable. Shoes are not allowed and candidates must wear open toed sandals or slippers to the examination

▪ Jewellery is not advisable and only candidates required to wear certain jewellery for religious reasons may be permitted to wear them

▪ Head scarves, turbans are allowed but are subject to frisking

▪ Wearable devices, watch (both analog or digital) are not allowed inside the examination centre

NEET 2020 Documents & Items allowed and not allowed

▪ All candidates are required to carry with them their NEET 2020 Admit Card with duly filled declaration form, original government issued photo id card, PwD certificate (if applicable)

▪ In case of a scribe option availed, a duly filled declaration form has to be carried along with Scribe’s documents and original photo id proof

▪ A ball point pen is permitted and has to be carried to fill in the answer sheets

▪ Phones, Bluetooth devices and other transmitting devices are strictly prohibited at the examination centre

▪ Candidates can carry a transparent water bottle with them to the examination hall as well as a small bottle of hand sanitizer. Please note, no water dispenser would be available at the exam centre in lieu of COVID19 safety measures

▪ No bags, stationary, books or printed material other than the one mentioned in the admit card is allowed

▪ Candidates are also required to carry a coloured photograph to paste on the attendance sheet, as instructed in the admit card. Please note, no thumb impression would be taken but the candidates would be required to provide hand writing sample – fill the attendance sheet.

🔘 As many as 15.67 lakh candidates are set to appear for the only national level examination for admission to medical and dental undergraduate course. Detailed SOPs for COVID19 prevention have been laid out by the NTA to ensure safe conduct of the examination. Times Now urges all students to follow the instructions in letter and spirit to ensure your own safety and the safety of others around you. All the best.

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