NEET PG 2021
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NEET PG 2021 Coronavirus Guidelines: The National Board of Examination (NBE) is likely to release the admit card for NEET PG 2021 exam today, April 12. The admit card for online CBT examination will be issued on the official website nbe.edu.in or natboard.edu.in.
Meanwhile, the NBE has issued the preventive guidelines from coronavirus for candidates who have to appear for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2021 for Post-Graduation courses. As per the official notice, all candidates must have to follow these guidelines on the exam day.
NEET PG 2021: COVID-19 Advisory
Increase in No. of Test Centres
The NEET PG 2021 exam will be conducted on April 18, 2021, in 255 cities across the country. This year, the total number of exam centres for NEET PG 2021 has been increased to ensure that social distance between test-takers is preserved.
COVID-19 Travel Pass:
With the 2nd Wave of COVID-19 wreaking havoc on many states, local governments have reintroduced travel restrictions in a few areas. To make it easier for students to travel around on exam day, the NBE will issue each candidate a COVID e-pass, which will be given to them along with their hall ticket.
Candidates taking the NEET 2021 PG exam will be subjected to thermal scanning before being allowed to join the exam centre, in order to ensure that they are in good health. Candidates with a temperature above average or COVID symptoms will be required to take the NEET PG exam 2021 in an isolation lab.
COVID safety package:
While entering the NEET PG exam centre, each applicant will be given a COVID-19 protective gear safety kit. A face mask, a face protector, and five sanitiser sachets will be included in the safety package. At the NEET PG 2021 exam centre, students must wear a face mask and face shield.
NBE has announced to conduct the Social Distanced – Computer Based Test (SD-CBT) in a safe and secure environment maintaining social distancing norms wherever needed. NBE reserves its rights to review the test day processes of conduct of CBT in wake of changing scenarios of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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