NEET 2020 exam tomorrow, check the dress code here
NEW DELHI: The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test Undergraduate (NEET-UG) 2020 on Sunday, September 13th, 2020.

Aside from following the Standard Operating Instructions (SOP) for the exam, applicants must adhere to the dress code on the day of the exam.

NEET (UG) – 2020 is a pen and paper-based test that can be answered with a ballpoint pen on the specially developed machine-gradable sheet.

An All India Merit List of Qualified Candidates will be created based on the All India Rank in the NEET (UG) Merit List – 2020, and candidates will only be admitted to undergraduate medical degrees from this list with existing reservation guidelines.

The NTA only provides applicants with the All India rank, while the licensing authorities invite requests for advice and the merits list is drawn up by the licensing authorities based on the All India rank. Admission to medical undergraduate courses within the respective categories is based exclusively on the All India Rank according to the NEET (UG) list of services – 2020.

Admission to AIIMS / JIPMER / as universities / central universities / ESIC including Delhi University (DU), BHU and AMU is granted by DGHS / MoA / AACCC. The reservation guidelines are based on the rules and regulations of the university or institution concerned.

Candidates should register on the MCC website for Admission to Deemed / Central University / ESIC and AFMC for MBBS / BDS courses and on the AACCC website for Admission to Deemed Universities / Central Universities / National Institutes for Undergraduate Medical Education.

Admission to the AFMC in Pune is subject to the standards prescribed by the General Directorate of Medical Services of the Armed Forces, Ministry of Defense, Government of India. Candidates applying for NEET (UG) – 2020 and / or for admission to AFMC must also apply to AFMC at

Candidates should adhere to the following dress code while appearing for NEET (UG) – 2020

a) Light clothing with long sleeves is not permitted. However, in the event that candidates come to the exam center in cultural / customary clothing, they should report at least an hour before the final reporting time, i.e. 12.30pm, to allow time for proper browsing without the candidate inconvenience during Holiness the examination is preserved.

b) Slippers, sandals with low heels are allowed. Shoes are not allowed.

c) In the event of a deviation that is necessary due to unavoidable (medical, etc.) circumstances, special authorization from the NTA must be obtained before the authorization cards are issued.

It is desirable that candidates strictly follow the instructions of the NTA. This will help the NTA conduct the exam fairly.


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