NEET Exam on 7th May;Know the rule for Exam

As you know, the examination for the admission in the Medical and Dental Course by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) 2017 will be conducted on 7th May at 103 centres across the country. The CBSE has organized this examination and has formulated certain guidelines, rules and regulations. All the appearing candidates need to follow these rules.

Carry Admit Card and Photo

It has been stated in the rule that it is mandatory for the students to take the Admit Card at the Examination Center, along with the passport size photograph.

Dress Code

It is being said that apart from dress code, CBSE has made many strict rules for the examination of NEET. There is also a ban on applying henna as well as wearing saris for the girl students in the examination. According to the rules of CBSE, whoever does not follow these rules, will not be able to get entry in the examination centre.

 Denial of Entry in the Examination Centre

There is a ban on wearing Burqa, Talisman, bracelet and saber at the Exxon Center. Apart from this, the students will not be allowed to enter the exam hall by possessing anything like purse, ATM card, locket, shoes, full sleeves shirt, watch, sunglasses, hair clips, rubber band, bangle etc.

Things to be Allowed in the Examination Hall

There is an exemption to carry some things at the Examination Center of NEET. This includes the Mangal Sutra for women. That is, if married women wear a Mangalasutra at the center of the examination, they will not be stopped. The appearing candidates can wear slippers or sandals, half t-shirts or shirts, trousers, laggens, lower, plazo, salwar, half-sleeves kurti, tops and give exam.

Special Pen for NEET

Students do not need to take the pen at the examination center, because it will be given by the board in the examination hall. It is being said that CBSE has prepared a special kind of pen for NET Examination, which will not be available in the market. This pen will be given only after the entry of the students in the Examination Center after showing the Admit Card.

                                     ----Ashish Jha