The National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) would be held across seven cities of Maharashtra on Sunday.
In Nashik, more than 10,000 students from the entire division, including Dhule, Nandurbar, Ahmednagar, Jalgaon and Nashik districts, will be appearing for NEET II.
The exam consists of one paper with 180 objective questions from Physics, Chemistry and Biology (Botany and Zoology) to be answered on the specially designed machine-gradable sheet using a ball point pen provided by the CBSE at the Centre.After all the confusion surrounding the NEET, the same will be held at seven cities across Maharashtra on July 24. Interestingly, Maharashtra has the highest number of cities conducting this examination in different centres.
The notification of NEET examination by CBSE states that the OMR Sheets for NEET-I and NEET-II would be displayed online from August 04 to August 6 while the answer keys will be displayed between August 7 and August 9. The CBSE is yet to announce the date of result for NEET, sources stated that the joint results of NEET 1 and 2 will be out by August 17.
The CBSE has issued a special advisory for students to reach well in advance at the examination centre as it is the rainy season. “Many centres may witness heavy rain. Under such circumstances, kindly ensure that you leave your residence well in advance, considering traffic, location of centre and weather conditions,” said the advisory.
False SMSs irk students
Many candidates in Nashik complained that they received a communication from the organisers via a SMS that reads – “Dear candidate, in order to verify your test centre, please SMS STUDY your NEET -II test centres name and city to 54242” on the mobile.
The CBSE on Friday, made it clear that this SMS has not been sent by them and is the work of unscrupulous elements.
“All the candidates are hereby informed to be careful of any such fake messages or rumors regarding NEET. If CBSE will send any communication to the candidates, the same will also be hosted on the NEET websiteIn such cases, candidates may verify the accuracy of the communication from the NEET website,” says a latest note by the CBSE.
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