DU JAT 2020 - Key Points to remember amidst COVID 19

DU JAT 2020 - Key Points to remember amidst COVID 19
Team Careers360 | Sep 5, 2020 - 11:36 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI- National testing Agency has issued the important guidelines pertaining to COVID-19 pandemic for all those candidates who will appear for the DU JAT 2020 exam on September 7. Candidates must follow these guidelines at the test centre of DU JAT 2020 as NTA is taking all possible steps to ensure that the key points amidst COVID-19. Candidates must not panic and take the safety measures as issued by the authorities to ensure the safety of self and others as well.

DU JAT 2020- Key points to remember amidst COVID-19- Pre-exam preparation

  • Aspirants must check the entry/reporting time and reach the centre accordingly to avoid any crowding and maintain the social distancing.

  • Only items that will be permitted to be carried inside the exam hall are:

    • Personal transparent water bottle

    • Personal hand sanitizer (50 ml)

    • A simple transparent pen

    • Exam related documents (Admit Card, ID card, Photographetc).

Important points to remember amidst COVID-19- At the time of entry

  • There should be space of at least 6 feet from each other all the time. Obey the queue manager and ropes will be arranged outside.

  • To avoid any kind of crowding, lab numbers will not be provided outside the centre.

  • Before entering the centre, candidates must sanitize their hands. Hand sanitizers will be available at the centre.

  • Candidates will be provided fresh 3 Ply mask at the entry gate and candidates are expected to wear fresh mask at the DU JAT exam centre.

  • Candidate’s body temperature (using thermo guns) will be checked and staff will guide the aspirants regarding the lab number.

  • Candidates are required to paste passport size photographs and sign on the attendance sheet after sanitizing their hands.

About DU JAT

National Testing Agency will conduct DU JAT 2020 in two slots for admission to BMS program of Delhi University. BMS is a three year undergraduate programme. All the candidates who qualify the exam, they will be required to apply for admission in the participating institutes.

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