Over 18 Lakh students would be appearing for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, NEET UG 2022 Exam is scheduled for tomorrow, July 17, 2022.
In regards to the appearing students at the NEET exam, NTA has issued an advisory for all the students. The agency issued a notice on its official website earlier today informing the students about the exam day guidelines to keep in mind while appearing tomorrow.
NTA has already issued the NEET UG 2022 admit cards earlier this week. Students are advised to carry at least 2 prints of the issued hall ticket along with them. The recently issued notice further elaborated the code of conduct for the appearing students. Things like what items you can carry, barred items, dress code, etc are elaborately described in the notice along with the schedule.
What To Carry At Your NEET Exam Centre?
Students are allowed to carry a personal transparent water bottle, 2 Passport size photograph or additional photograph to put on the attendance sheet, 50 ml bottle of hand sanitizer, Blue or black ballpoint pen to write the exam and most importantly NEET UG 2022 admit card along with the self-declaration and undertaking form.
What To Not Carry At The NEET Exam Centre?
- Electronic devices such as mobile phones, Bluetooth, microphones, calculators, smart watches, etc. are not allowed.
- Any printed material apart from the admit card is not allowed in the exam hall
- Any eatables are also not allowed and prohibited by NTA in the exam hall
- Candidates are advised against wearing heavy ornaments, jewellery, and expensive items to the exam hall on the day of NEET 2022.
The students need to follow the appropriate dress code as mentioned in the information bulletin and the notice.
As per the notice issued by NTA, students must follow COVID-19 safety protocols such as wearing a face mask, maintaining social distancing and any other guidelines applicable at the respective exam centres. The team of Rus Education wishes all the students appearing for the entrance exam all the very best.
To read the complete notice here.