The National Testing Agency (NTA) will conduct the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2020 on Sunday, for which over 15 lakh candidates are registered. The qualification of the exam is required for aspirants applying for admission to medical or dental colleges in India.
Candidates should bring a printout of their entrance ticket along with their mask and a small transparent bottle of disinfectant to the exam center.
The investigation will be carried out with all the precautionary measures taken with increasing cases of coronavirus infections.
Here’s what you should know if you are a NEET Candidate:
Each candidate must cover their face with a mask
Candidates have been given staggered reporting time slots to avoid a crowd in the exam center.
NTA has increased the number of exam centers from 2546 previously to 3843 in an effort to maintain social distancing.
The number of candidates in each room has been reduced from 24 to 12.
All employees and candidates are checked with thermal guns at the entry points to check their temperature
Candidates who have been observed to be above normal temperature or have symptoms of a Covid-19 suspect will be moved to separate isolation rooms
After the candidates enter the examination room:
The candidate displays the documents that Exam Functionary can view without touching the document.
Manual presence with signature (with gloves) takes place.
No thumbprints are taken.
Practicing the physical movement of supervisors in the room is minimized.
Personal water bottles are allowed at the table and should be brought by the candidate.
Gloves and masks should only be disposed of in the examination center and outside the examination room in a container covered with pedal slides
Items that are allowed in the examination center:
Mask on face
Gloves at hand
Personal transparent water bottle
Personal Small Hand Sanitizer (50ml)
Exam-related documents as instructed (entrance ticket, identity card, etc.)