NEET Exam Amid Tight Security 800 Students Remained Absent

NEET Exam Amid Tight Security 800 Students Remained Absent



NEET Exam Amid Tight Security 800 Students Remained Absent



National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to various courses including MBBS, BAMS, BSMS, BUMS, BHMS in medical colleges was conducted in the city today. After a long time, the offline examination was conducted amidst tight security arrangements. 

The responsibility of the examination was given to the National Testing Agency (NTA). 


The examination was conducted following the Kovid protocol in 31 centers set up in the city. The exam was held between 2 pm to 5 pm.

In the evening after the examination was abandoned in the midst of rain, due to the digging of roads and spread of material in many areas, there was also a situation of jam. 

Similar situation was observed in Baldevbagh, Sadar, Ranjhi area. In the examination, 12 thousand candidates were to appear in the district, in which 11200 candidates appeared. 800 candidates did not appear for the examination due to some reasons.

N-95 masks given to students for protection
NTA gave its own and N-95 masks to protect students from corona infection. Wearing it only, he was allowed to enter the examination hall. Tight security arrangements were also made for the exam. 

After checking the temperature of the students with thermal scanners, sanitizing, matching photo ID etc., the admission was given. Observers were also deployed by the administration for the examination.
metal detector test
The candidates were examined with a metal detector for the examination. 

Candidates were already instructed that it is strictly forbidden to bring full sleeved clothes, high heel sandals, plastic pouch, calculator, wrist watch, paper, scale, writing pad, pen drive, mobile etc. The students who were keeping the material were taken off from them. 

Only a bottle of water, essential photographs, a photo identity card, Divyang certificate, 50 ml hand sanitizer bottle were allowed inside the examination centre.
was afraid about the exam
Anant Sahasbuddhe, a student who came to take the exam, said that there was a fear about not holding the exam due to the Kovid pandemic. Had prepared in advance. 

The paper was good. Ajay Golhani had come with his daughter Anamika to take the examination at the center located in Vijay Nagar. 

He said that there was doubt about the examination as to when would it be. 

But the exam was conducted with full security arrangements. Student Sunil Vasudevan had come from Seoni in his vehicle to take the exam, the paper was a bit difficult.


On not getting admission, the student is said to have lodged an objection

The student reached Nachiketa school about ten minutes late. The student came after 1.30 pm, the reporting time, according to the strict guideline, the student was not given admission. 

The said student came from Shahdol and said that he was late due to difficulty in finding the center.


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The examination was conducted peacefully in all the centres. Necessary security arrangements were made at the centres. There was a problem in a center in which it was the student's fault.

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