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National Eligibility Test 2017: Do not wear heels to examination hall, instructs CBSE

For The NEET Exam, The CBSE Board Has Issued Various Do’s And Don’ts. Girls Are Not Allowed To Wear High Heels To The Examination Centre. Candidates Are Given Instructions To Come To The Centre In A Proper Dress Code.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Navnidhi Chugh | Updated on: 06 May 2017, 11:19:17 AM
National Eligibility Test 2017: Do's and don'ts issued for candidates by CBSE board

New Delhi:

NEET or the National Eligibility Test 2017 is scheduled for May 7 Sunday.  The examination will be conducted in 103 cities of the country. This year a lot of cheating cases happened, and so keeping in  view those incidents, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has geared up to avoid such cheating cases.

The CBSE board has issued various do’s and don’ts for the exam. Girls are not allowed to wear high heels to the examination centre. Candidates are given instructions to come to the centre in a proper dress code.

About NEET

NEET is an examination conducted for admissions to MBBS/BDS courses in medical/dental colleges that are run with the approval Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India under the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India.

Guidelines issued to men are:

Male students are not allowed to wear kurta pyjama or shoes to the exam centre. In case they do not follow this instruction, they won’t be allowed to enter the examination hall.

The proper dress code for male students includes a light-colored jeans, trousers and half-sleeved shirts, with sandals or slippers

Guidelines for women:

Female students are not allowed to wear big buttons, brooches or high-heeled shoes to the examination centre.

In addition following items are prohibited:

Candidates are not allowed to carry writing implements or erasers to the exam centre.

CBSE in a official notification has mentioned that pens will be provided to the candidates in the examination hall itself

The instructions have been followed at the Joint Entrance Examination (Main) and JEE-Advanced as well.

The Director of NEET told, "Even the Union Public Service Commission and Railway Board have adopted similar protocols for their exams," said Sanyam Bhardwaj, Director, NEET.

Over 11 lakh candidates have registered for NEET 2017. "All the clocks at exam centres will be synced with the CBSE website's time. Though the aspirants cannot carry watches into the halls, they need to follow the CBSE timings," according to TOI report.

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First Published : 06 May 2017, 08:10:00 AM