The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) 2020 examinations will be held on September 13. There are over 15 lakh aspirants this year in the biggest medical entrance exam in India being conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA).
Candidates should follow certain rules and restrictions regarding the items which are not allowed in the examination center.
SOPs to keep in mind
- Candidates need to maintain social distancing.
- Seating plan to maintain social distancing.
- Staggered slots for candidates reporting at exam centres.
What is allowed in the NEET exam hall:
- NEET 2020 admit card along with self-declaration form on A4 size paper
- Additional photograph, same as uploaded on application form
- Valid photo ID
- Personal transparent bottle
- Personal hand sanitiser of 50 ml
- PwDS certificate and scribe related document if applicable
- Mask and gloves
Documents and items allowed and not allowed
- Candidates are requested to carry the physical copy of their NEET 2020 admit card with a duly filled declaration form, original government-issued photo ID card, PwD certificate (if applicable).
- 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.
- No bags, stationery, books or printed material other than the one mentioned in the admit card is allowed
One can download the guidelines available on the website- mohfw.gov.in. NEET, formerly the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT), is the qualifying test for MBBS and BDS programmes in Indian medical and dental colleges.