NEET 2022 (today at 2:00 PM) See the NTA Advisory to the Candidates for the exam

NEET UG 2022 (today at 2:00 PM): As per the latest update by the NTA, the examination authority released the NEET 2022 Exam advisory to the medical aspirants. According to the advisory, as you are aware, the NEET (UG)-2022 Examination is scheduled to be conducted on 17th July 2022 (Sunday), from 02.00 pm to 5.20 pm (Indian Standard Time) in pen and paper mode.

The NEET 2022 exam will be held in 497 cities in India and 14 cities outside the country. Candidates who have not downloaded the NEET 2022 admit card can download the same from the official website of NTA: neet.nta.nic.in.

Kindly note the following for your NEET 2022 Document Required at NEET Exam Centre by NTA official for immediate action:

NTA Advisory to the Candidates for the NEET 2022 exam
  1. You should download your Admit Card and keep at least 2 copies. The Admit Card consists of four pages- Page 1 contains the Centre details and Self Declaration (Undertaking) form regarding COVID-19, Page 2 has “Postcard Size Photograph” “And page 3 has “Important instructions for candidates” and Page 4 has “Advisory for candidates regarding COVID-19”. You must download and carefully read all these pages and strictly adhere to them.
  2. Page 1 — “Centre Details and Self-declaration/Undertaking” and Page 2 — “Postcard Size Photograph” must be filled and handed over to Invigilator.
  3. You must paste your latest coloured postcard size (4″ x 6″) photograph in the designated space and keep at least 2 copies with you for future reference.
  4. You must bring page no. 2 of the Admit Card with a pasted Postcard size photograph. You must ensure that your Postcard size photograph and signature on page no. 2 match the photograph and signature pasted on page no. 1 of Admit Card. If you don’t get this, you will not be allowed to sit in the examination.
  5. You must ensure that your signature is done across the photograph on the left side of the page no. 2. You should ensure that your Left-Hand Thumb Impression is clear and not smudged.
  6. Please ensure that the Signature of the Parent is done in the designated space in Admit Card.
  7. As a precaution for COVID-19, you must reach the Centre at the time as indicated against Reporting/Entry time at the Centre in the Admit Card. You will not be allowed to enter the Centre after the Gate Closing Time (1:30 Pm).
  8. You are suggested to visit the examination venue a day in advance so that you do not face any problems on the day of the examination.
  9. You must carry “Any one of the original and valid Photo Identification Proof issued by the government” —PAN card/ Driving License/ Voter ID/ 12th Class Board Admit or Registration card/ Passport/ Aadhaar Card (With photograph)! E-Aadhaar/Ration Card/ Aadhaar Enrolment No. With Photo. All other ID/Photocopies of IDs, even if attested/scanned photo of IDs in mobile phone, will NOT be considered valid ID Proof.
  10. On completion of the test, you must hand over the OMR Sheet (both Original and Office Copy) to the Invigilator and take away only the Test Booklet. No part of the Test Booklet and OMR Answer Sheet shall be detached.
  11. You need to ensure that you would not leave the seat without special permission from the Centre Superintendent or Invigilator. It would help if you did not leave the Examination Hall without handing over the Answer Sheet to the Invigilator on duty and sign (with time) the Attendance Sheet twice. Cases where a candidate has not signed the Attendance Sheet a second time, will be deemed not to have handed over the Answer Sheet and dealt with as an Unfair Means case.
  12. Biometric attendance of candidates is mandatory, and a hologram will be affixed to the Admit Card once the biometric is done. Invigilators must check the Admit Cards for hologram; if a hologram is not found on the Admit Card, the candidate must be asked to complete the biometric activity after the examination.
  13. You will be ALLOWED to carry only the following items with you into the examination venue:
    Personal, transparent water bottle.
    Additional photograph same as uploaded on Application Form, which you need to paste on Attendance Sheet
    Personal hand sanitizer (50m1)
    Admit Card along with Self Declaration (Undertaking) with Postcard size photograph affixed on the designated space (page 2) downloaded from the NTA website (a clear printout on A4 size paper) duly filled in.
  14. Before reaching the Centre, the candidates’ MUSE enters the required details in the Undertaking in legible handwriting.

NEET 2022 Exam Advisory For PwD Candidate:

The PwD candidates must bring a PwD Certificate issued by the Competent Authority if claiming relaxation under the PwD category.
It is to be noted that Scribe will be provided by National Testing Agency only. The Candidate will NOT be allowed to bring their Scribe.
The facility of a Scribe will be provided in case they have a physical limitation, and a scribe is essential to write the examination on their behalf; being so certified in the prescribed format (Appendix- XII, XIII, XI V), whichever is applicable given in Information Bulletin by a CMO/Civil Surgeon/ Medical Superintendent of a Government Health Care Institution.
Compensatory time of one hour five minutes will be provided for the examination of three hours & 20 minutes (03:20 lice) duration. Whether such candidate (having a physical limitation to write) uses the—the facility of Scribe or not.
  1. You are NOT ALLOWED to carry any personal belongings to the Examination Centre, including electronic devices, mobile phones, and other banned/ prohibited items listed in the Information Bulletin. Examination Officials will not be responsible for the safe keep of personal belongings, and there will be no facility.
  2. You need to follow the Advisory regarding COVID-19 as given below:
  3. Practice Social distancing;
  4. Mandatorily use N-95 masks being provided at the Centre.
  5. Use alcohol-based hand sanitisers (for at least 20 seconds) can be made wherever feasible.
  6. Strictly .follow respiratory etiquette. This involves strict practice of covering one’s mouth and nose while coughing/ sneezing with a tissue/ handkerchief/flexed elbow and disposing of used tissues properly;
  7. Self-monitor health by all and report any illness at the earliest;

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