DU JAT 2020 - Exam begins among strict guidelines

DU JAT 2020 - Exam begins among strict guidelines
Team Careers360 | Sep 7, 2020 - 12:11 p.m. IST
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New Delhi - The National Testing Agency (NTA) is now conducting the DU JAT 2020 exam across different test centres in India. All the possible measures have been taken by the NTA to ensure the safety of the candidates at the DU JAT test centre. The standard operating procedures has been in place for the DU JAT 2020 and the authorities have ensured that the candidates strictly follow the guidelines.

Thermal Checking of temperature at the DU JAT exam centre
Candidates who arrived at the test centre of DU JAT 2020, there temperature was taken at the entry gate with the help of the thermal gun. Post which they were allowed entry to the examination hall. At the entry gate itself, the bar code on the DU JAT admit card was scanned and candidates were informed about their lab number

Proper Sanitization at the test centre of DU JAT 2020
Keeping in mind the safety of the candidates due to the novel coronavirus, the seating area has been sanitised before the commencement of each shift. This includes sanitization of the desk and chair, web cam, key board and monitor.

Touchless Process of providing papers
Ahead of the exam, five rough sheets were kept on the desk of the candidates who are appearing for the DU JAT 2020 entrance examination. After the completion of the exam, candidates are supposed to drop these sheets in the boxes that are kept at the test centre.

What after the DU JAT 2020 exam?

After the conclusion of the DU JAT 2020 exam, the National Testing Agency (NTA) will soon release the individual response sheet and candidates will get an opportunity to challenge it within the specified time period. The final answer key of DU JAT 2020 will be released along with the result of DU JAT 2020.

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