If you are a candidate, know what you can carry in the examination center, and what not?
The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test NEET 2020 exam is finally going to be held on 13 September 2020, after much fanfare, but students will be allowed to write the exam only after following the instructions issued on the official website of NTA National Testing Agency (NTA) has issued new guidelines for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET 2020) to be held on 13 September.
Significantly, NEET 2020 Admit Cards have been issued under specific COVID19 instructions and security measures concerning NEET 2020. All students are advised to look carefully at the instructions printed on the admit card to understand and disallow the things allowed in the context of their dress. Besides, it would be prudent to wear clothes according to the climatic conditions of the place. All the students have been advised to go to the examination center as per the guidelines and fill the declaration form carefully. Although the dress code for the exam has not been changed, the face mask and gloves are mandatory for the candidates to go to the examination center and all the candidates must wear them. Wearing cultural, customary clothes are allowed in the examination center
Candidates will not be able to take these things to the examination center – In the instructions issued by the NTA conducting the examination, all the students have been advised to read the instructions given on the admit card carefully so that they know what to do and what not to do. Candidates should note that heavy jewelry, watches, and other wearable devices are not allowed. In addition to customary headgear permission, instrumentation/geometry / pencil box, handbag, purse, any kind of paper / stationery / textile material (printed or written material), etables (loose or packed), mobile phone / ear phone / microphone / No metal objects or electronic gadgets / devices are allowed, including pager, calculator, document, slide rules, log tables, camera, tape recorder, any type of watch to wear / electronic watch with calculator features.
NEET 2020 dress code: know what to wear and what not? All candidates must wear face masks and gloves in the hands. Besides, the examinee will be allowed to visit the center wearing traditional clothes. However, if the candidates reach the examination center wearing light clothes, it would be better.
What is the revised dress code for male and female candidates – According to the revised dress code, men and women candidates going to appear in the examination will not be allowed to wear long sleeves. Both female and male candidates can wear footwear, slippers, and sandals, but will not be allowed to wear shoes.