The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is going to organize the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) Examination on 7th May 2017 across India. Huge many aspirants are going to attempt the examination this year. All the hopefuls attempting the CBSE NEET examination have already downloaded their admit cards but experienced few problems regarding photograph not uploaded in a proper way. In the solution to this problem, the CBSE has instructed all the candidates must carry their aadhar cards along with the hall ticket. Candidates must carry the aadhar card and hall ticket without fail. If Aadhar card is not there aspirants can also carry any of the valid identity cards to show it in the examination hall. Candidates those who are attempting the NEET 2017 must follow some guidelines as per the CBSE rules. Candidates can go through the article to know the complete details of CBSE NEET guidelines, banned items, and other details.
NEET 2017 Guidelines & Banned Items for 7th May Examination
The Central Board of Secondary Education is going to conduct the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for aspirants seeking admission into MBBS/BDS and other courses. This is the national level examination competed by a huge number of aspirants every year. The NEET Examination is known as All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) earlier. Now, the CBSE has changed the name and structure of this examination. Candidates must clear the CBSE NEET examination to get admission in national level colleges. The CBSE is going to announce the NEET merit list 2017, all India rank (AIR) after few days after completion of the examination. Candidates, those have enrolled for CBSE NEET 2017 can go through the strict rules announced by CBSE before challenging the examination. The CBSE NEET guidelines are most important to attempt examination.
NEET 2017 –Banned Items & Don’ts
- No water bottles, tea, coffee, cold drinks or snacks
- No smoking in the examination center
- No mobile phones, earphones, health bands, and microphones are strictly prohibited.
- No stationary items like pen, scale, writing pad, pen drives, eraser, calculators and pencil boxes
- No ornaments like the ring, earrings, nose-pin, chain/necklace, pendants, badge, brooch etc.
- Students cannot wear hair accessories like hair pins, hair bands, and hair beads.
NEET Guidelines 2017:
Guidelines for Men:
- Candidates must follow the dress code of jeans, trousers and half-sleeved shirts, with sandals or slippers.
- Candidates with kurta-pyjama or shoes will not be allowed
Guidelines for women:
- All female candidates cannot wear big buttons, brooches or high-heeled shoes.
- “Even the Union Public Service Commission and Railway Board have adopted similar protocols for their exams,” said Sanyam Bhardwaj, Director, NEET.