New Delhi: In the wake of the Kovid-19 pandemic, a medical entrance examination NEET will be organized on Sunday, in which more than 15 lakh students are expected to attend. Officials of the National Examination Agency (NTA) have given this information. Here comes the news that a girl preparing for NEET exam in Tamil Nadu has committed suicide. He wrote in the suicide note- I have prepared well, but I am afraid that if I do not succeed in the exam, many people will be disappointed. Suicide girl has also apologized the most.
The NTA has increased the number of examination centers from 2546 centers to 3843 centers under the original scheme to maintain social distance for tomorrow's examination, while the number of candidates in each room has been reduced from the predetermined number of 24 to 12. is. The National Entrance cum Eligibility Test (NEET) is a pen and paper-based examination, whereas the Engineering Entrance Examination JEE Mains was not like this. Neet has been avoided twice before due to the spread of Corona virus. Originally this examination was to be held on 3 May and then later it was further extended for 26 July. Now this exam is scheduled on 13 September.
15.97 lakh students have registered for NEET exam. A senior NTA official said, "After the examination hall, separate arrangements for entry and exit have been planned to ensure social distance. Adequate arrangements have been made for students waiting outside the examination centers to stand in queue while maintaining social distance. "The officer said that advisories have been issued for the guidance of the candidates, in which information is given about" what to do "and" what not to do "to maintain appropriate social distance.
He said, "We have also written to the State Governments regarding the help of the students at the local level so that the students can reach the examination center on time. "In accordance with the compliance of Kovid-19 restrictions and social distance, the examination agency has also changed the centers of some students this week although the examination city of any candidate has not been changed. Sanitizer will be available at all times within the entrance of the examination center and inside the examination hall and instead of examining the exam admit card by hand, it was made with bar code. With this, a small number of candidates and separate entry and exit arrangements have been made in the class.
"Candidates were asked to come to the center with masks and sanitizers," said the official. Once they enter the center, they have to use the mask provided by the examination authority. He told that each candidate will be provided with a three-level mask at the time of admission and they are expected to wear it while taking the exam. "It is worth mentioning that Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh have assured the students to arrange for the students to come and IIT alumni and group of students have introduced a portal to provide transport facility for the examination center." Kolkata Metro Railway has planned to provide special service for students giving NEET on 13 September.