The National Eligibility Test (NEET) 2017 is all set to be held on May 7, 2017 in 104 cities across the country. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has issued the guidelines including prohibited items for the aspirants to avoid cheating cases in medical examination. The candidates need to follow the strict dress code for this exam. More than 11.38 lakh candidates will appear for NEET 2017 to get admission into MBBS/BDS courses in medical/dental colleges run with an approval of Medical Council of India/Dental Council of India.
NEET 2017: CBSE Released Guidelines For Aspirants
Guidelines for men:
The male candidates are not allowed to wear kurta-pyjama or shoes at the time of examination. If they do so, they will be restricted to appear for the examination.
The aspirants need to wear light-colored jeans, half-sleeved shirts, trousers with slippers or sandals to appear the examination.
Guidelines for women:
The female candidates need to wear light clothes with half sleeves not having brooch/badge, big buttons and flowers with salwar/ trouser. They are also restricted to wear high-heeled shoes.
The female aspirants cannot wear hair accessories like hair pins, hair beads and hair bands.
Don’t for all candidates appearing NEET 2017
No smoking in the examination centre
No water bottles, coffee, tea, cold drinks or snacks
No stationary items like pen, writing pad, scale, pen drives, eraser, pencil boxes and calculators
No mobile phones, earphones, health bands and microphones are strictly prohibited.
Students cannot wear ornaments like ring, nose-pin, earrings, chain/necklace, badge, pendants, brooch etc.
The Times of India reported, a senior CBSE official said that, “The CBSE chairman discussed the arrangements in detail with state governments for smooth conduct of the examination. The states have extended their support for the process, including police deployment.”
Sanyam Bhardwaj, Director, NEET, said that, “Even the Union Public Service Commission and Railway Board have adopted similar protocols for their exams.”
We wish good luck to all the aspirants who are going to appear for NEET 2017.
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