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To ensure smooth and transparent conduct of NEET 2018, CBSE has notified candidates to be well-dressed at exam center. These formal codes of conduct would help in eliminating any attempt of misconduct and ensure proper flow of NEET 2018. Students must follow these instructions otherwise they might not be allowed to sit in the examination.
No shoes, big buttons, brooches or caps... CBSE has a long list of 'banned items' for those appearing for NEET 2018
Note: If the candidate is wearing the customary dress, then they need to report at the allotted examination centre latest by 8.30 AM on the day of examination.
From candidates being forced to wear low heels and slippers, to full-sleeved shirts and kurtas being banned to girl candidates being asked to untie their hair and not wear any clips or bands – the agencies, including CBSE, conducting the test this year forced the candidates to prepare for a lot more than only studying.
The Department Under the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India advised to the Following Dress Code for the Male & Female, which are as follows:
Male Candidate: Wear light color clothes – Jeans/ Pant/ Shirt (half sleeves only), the button of shirt should be medium size not big enough. The Kurta Pajama not allowed, Shoes are also not allowed. Wear only sleepers or sandals.
Female Candidate: Light clothes with half sleeves not having big buttons, brooch/badge, flower etc. with Salwar/ Trouser, Slippers, sandals with low heels are allowed. Shoes for female candidate are also not allowed.
In view of it and in an effort to curb malpractices during the exam, CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) has issued guidelines for exam candidates. Among them is the list of items that students are not allowed to carry to the exam.
|Slippers and Sandals only||SHOES|
|Half T-Shirt, Shirt||Full Sleeves Shirt or T-Shirts|
|Doctor Prescribed lens specs only||Sun Glasses|
|Lowers||Rings/ Chain/ Necklace etc. (any type of jewelry or ornaments)|
|Jeans||Hair Clips/ Big Rubber Bands etc.|
|Salwar||Big buttons, brooch/badge T-Shirts|
|Kurti/Top (Half-Sleeves)||Saree (Married or Unmarried)|
|Tiny Rubber Band||Bangles not allowed (only married can wear)|
|Mangal Sutra||Burka, Cap, Kurta Pajama|
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Candidates are not allowed to bring following list of items while coming to their allotted NEET Exam Centers:
In case any candidate is found in possession of any of the barred items inside the center, it will be considered as use of unfair means and action will be taken against the candidate in accordance with the relevant provisions.
Candidates have to reach the exam centers before 9.30 am as no candidate will be allowed to enter the exam center after the scheduled time. Further, the conducting authority has advised candidates to reach their allotted exam centers two hours in advance so that they can avoid any unexpected delay. NEET will be of three hours duration to be held from 10:00 AM to 01:00 PM.
|Entry in NEET Exam Hall||7:30 AM|
|Checking of NEET Admit Card by invigilator||7:30 to 9:45 AM|
|Distribution of Test Booklet||9:45 AM|
|Seal of the test booklet to be broken/opened by candidate to take out answer sheet||09:55 AM|
|Latest Entry in the Examination Hall||9:30 AM|
|Commencement of NEET||10:00 AM|
|After one hour||11:00 AM|
|After two hours||12:00 PM|
|After two and half an hour||12:30 PM|
|Closing the door||12:45 PM|
|Test concludes||01:00 PM|
Along with increasing exam preparation pace, candidates must also pay attention to important things like examination hall etiquettes. Immediately after downloading the NEET 2018 Admit Card, candidates must first cross-check the entries made. NEET will be held on May 6, 2018 at 104 exam cities in the country. Given below are important exam rules that every candidate, appearing for the exam, must know.
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