NEET-UG 2020 | After engineering, NTA is now starting to prepare for the NEET medical entrance exam. 15.97 lakh candidates will appear in the exam scheduled for September 13th After engineering, now preparations for the medical entrance exam begin, 15.97 lakh candidates will appear in the exam scheduled for September 13th becomes
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🔥 NEET-UG 2020 | After engineering, NTA is now starting to prepare for the NEET medical entrance exam. 15.97 lakh candidates will appear in the exam scheduled for September 13th After engineering, now preparations for the medical entrance exam begin, 15.97 lakh candidates will appear in the exam scheduled for September 13th becomes

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After JEE Main, the National Testing Agency (NTA) is now preparing to organize the NEET 2020 medical entrance exam, which is scheduled to take place on September 13th. This time more than 15 lakh students signed up for NEET. The JEE Main started on Sunday from September 1st for admission to engineering colleges. Entrance exams are now taking place in September after being postponed twice after the corona epidemic.

The agency increased the number of exam centers

According to NTA officials, 15.97 lakh candidates from across the country will take this paper-based paper exam. To maintain social distancing, the NTA increased the number of exam centers for NEET from 2,546 to 3,843. In addition, the number of students in each class has been reduced from 24 to 12. A senior NTA official said reasonable arrangements have been made outside of the exam centers to track social distancing while waiting.

The review process is non-contact

The entire examination process is non-contact to prevent infection. Candidates have been given time slots for reporting to avoid congestion if they arrive at the exam center at the same time. The temperature of all employees and candidates is also examined. If someone shows signs of coronavirus during this time, they will be kept in a separate isolation room.

The exam should take place on May 3rd

The NEET-UG, which was originally supposed to take place on May 3, should take place on July 26, initially due to Corona, but then postponed to September 13. The agency has already issued a recommendation with regard to the test carried out between Corona. In the ongoing consultation, the agency has published several important guidelines for students.

Keep these things in mind:

  • Masks on the mouth and gloves on the hands must be worn.
  • Can put drinking water in a transparent bottle.
  • It is allowed to bring a 50 ml transparent hand sanitiser bottle.
  • Students are tested with a metal detector to prevent copying.
  • Do not bring any metal products, etc.
  • The examination is carried out without direct contact with the metal detector.
  • Take the documents related to the exam with you along with your admission ticket and official photo ID.

Many states have started free transportation

The governments of Odisha, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh have already made arrangements for free transportation with a view to testing. Also in Calcutta, Metro Railway plans to run special trains for NEET candidates on September 13 to help them reach their exam centers. Manoj Joshi, General Manager of Metro Railway, said: “According to the plan, candidates must show their tickets with their parents.”

This takes place in the examination hall

  • The walls of the examination center, the table chair, the computer, the grand piano etc. are cleaned before the examination begins.
  • The room numbers in the corridor must be written in capital letters so that there is no problem finding candidates.
  • Speakers will be used for the first time during the exam so candidates can receive information remotely.
  • The test center tests Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Then NTA uses the jammer.

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