NEET 2019 exam advisory released by NTA; Check important instructions here
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NEW DELHI; May 5: The National Testing Agency (NTA) releases a public advisory of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), which is to be conducted on May 5, 2019. With the release of exam advisory, NEET test takers are informed about the exam day guidelines, do’s and don’ts, dress code, items to be carried or not and other relevant details. Wishing good luck to registered candidates, the senior director of NTA also suggests them not to involve in any unfair means of exam practices.
Students appearing for UG medical exam from 02:00 PM to 05:00 PM must report at the venue on or before 1:30 PM, after which no entry will be allowed. The crucial topics as included in the NEET advisory is mentioned below.
While downloading the admit card, aspirants must check the important details which includes the reporting time, gate closing time, date and time of exam and venue of exam.
Only the admit card (colored printout on A4 paper), two passport size photographs and valid ID proof should be carried on the D-day. A PwD certificate should be carried by the PH candidates only.
No eatables, geometry box, handbag, wallet, purse, water bottle, mobile, earphone, microphone, calculator, rules, tape recorder which can be used as an unfair means should be avoided.
Diabetic students can carry the eatables like sugar tablets/fruits (banana, apples etc.) and a transparent water bottle.
The dress code specified by NTA should be followed strictly, else the aspirant will not be allowed to take the pen and paper based test.
In case candidates wearing the customary dresses must report at 12:00 noon to have enough time for frisking.
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Candidates should also note that the strict action will be taken against any violation of instructions specified by NTA in the information brochure and NEET exam advisory.
Around 15.19 lakh aspirants have registered for NEET 2019 with Maharashtra being recorded as the highest number of registrations. The offline question paper have 180 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) from Physics, Chemistry and Biology sections. The exam is being conducted for admission to around 93,919 MBBS and BDS courses offered by government, private, deemed and central universities of India.