The National Testing Agency (NTA) has released NEET UG exam center information in advance to facilitate the candidate’s transportation arrangements. NEET UG 2020 applicants can check the allotted center city by logging into the NEET UG application portal with their Application Number and Password.
The advance information on NEET UG 2020 center city allotment displays Candidate NEET application number, Name, Mother’s Name, Father’s Name, Gender, Date of Birth, Category, Date of Examination, Timing of Test and most importantly City of Examination. This is not the NEET UG admit card and the same is expected to be released soon.
In addition, the NTA has also issue Advisory regarding COVID-19 for all Functionaries associated with smooth conduct of NEET UG 2020. The NTA has carried out detailed deliberations to formulate guidelines for the various controls measures that are required to be implemented on the day of the exam at each exam centres. These are categorized into three stages namely, Pre-Examination Controls / Measures, Exam Conduct Controls / Measures at exam centres and Post Examination Controls / Measures at exam centres.
Pre-Examination Controls/Measures: Seating plan for candidate at examination centres, changes in candidates admit card that includes specific instructions to maintain social distancing and other instructions related to COVID-19, training of staff on social distancing norms, inventory management that includes gloves, masks, hand sanitizers, disinfectants, etc., staff verification and self-declaration, crowd management outside the examination centres, managing candidate after entry into centre as per time slot given in admit card, ushering candidate into separate registration Rooms, use of thermo guns, items permitted into the examination room/hall for candidates, candidate frisking, document verification, usher candidate to allocated seat.
During Examination Controls/Measures: Candidate authentication, Videography/CCTV live streaming, manual Attendance and handwriting sample at the candidate seat, manual attendance with signature, 50% of the Invigilators will be assigned to work inside the rooms, and 50% will monitor the entry outside the gate and registration room, minimized practice of physical movement of invigilators inside the room, masks and gloves mandatory for Invigilators, washroom management, drinking water management, personal pater bottles will be permitted
Post Examination Controls: Candidate exit from examination centres, exit of one candidates at a time, disposal of gloves and masks in a pedal push covered bin, maintenance of distance without crowding anywhere, presence of Volunteers along the exit path to ensure orderly movement of candidates, managing refreshments for exam functionaries and observers, maintain record of all exam functionaries.
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