The NTA (National Testing Agency) has released a set of guidelines in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic which are to be followed for the smooth conduction of the competitive test.
NEET is slated to be conducted on 13th September this year with the participation of approximately 15.7 lakh students. Aspirants and the exam centre officials are provided with an advisory to carry out NEET while maintaining social distance and with utmost safety measures.
Some excerpts from the recommendatory are the introduction of time slots to report, checking of students and staff with thermo guns for temperature checks, allocation of separate isolation rooms in case any symptom of COVID-19 is seen and more for NEET to be carried out in a hassle-free manner.
The standard operating procedures (SOP) are to be followed to ensure NEET is carried out with sufficient precautions to avoid any sort of disruption. These have been specified in association with health experts to re-assure the protocols and ensure stern compliance with the much-required norms.
What Does The Advisory State?
The advisory specifies a set of guidelines which includes detail on the following aspects –
- Pre-Examination Controls / Measures
- During Examination Controls / Measures
- Post Examination Controls
What To Carry To The Exam Hall?
- Gloves and Mask
- Water bottle – Transparent
- Hand sanitizer (50 ml)
- Admit card, passport size photo, Valid ID card
Entry of candidate into the exam hall is by following these steps:
- Candidate reports in batches
- Temperature check at registration room
- Frisking and document verification procedures
- Candidates get their admit card and id proof verified
- After document verification, the invigilator checks seat allocation and directs to exam room accordingly
Candidates are recommended to check out the official website for NEET, nta.ac.in for the complete list of SOPs for complete details.
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