AIPMT 2016, now recognized as NEET Phase I exam has been conducted on Sunday, May 1, 2016. Amidst controversy and confusion, the medical aspirants reached the exam center on time to appear for the national level medicine entrance exam of India conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).Related Post -NEET 2019NEET Eligibility Criteria 2019NEET Application Form 2019NEET Admit Card 2019
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Like last year, this year too, the exam conducting body had put stringent security measures. While majority of the students complied with the instructions, some test takers who were ignorant about the instructions and dress code, were made to follow it before they entered the exam centre.
They say, a picture speaks 1000 words. In this article of Careers360, we bring mood of the exam centres and the test takers through photographs from the test venues.
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Each photograph brings you essence of the exam day scenario.
Snapshots from the Exam Centre –
CBSE issues important instructions for the exam takers. The instructions are put outside the test venue for the candidates’ perusal.
Candidates gather outside the test centre before the entry gate opens. Some test takers utilize the time by last minute revisions, some indulge in discussion with peers.
Test takers check the seating arrangement based on their roll numbers.
Candidates queue up as the entry and security check/frisking process starts as per the exam schedule. The centre officials check the admit cards before allowing them further.
As per the rules, candidates were not allowed to wear any jewellery like ear rings, pendants, bracelets etc., trousers with pockets and shoes. Those who were seen wearing any of the above were instructed to remove it. The above picture shows a lady helping her ward remove earrings.
Candidates aware of the rules are seen wearing appropriate footwear.
Candidates wearing shoes were instructed to take off the shoes and hand over to their parents/guardians and enter the exam centre barefoot.
Late entrants request entry which the exam authorities deny.
The AIMPT/NEET Pahse 1 was conducted at as many as 1,040 examination centres in 52 cities across India and abroad. According to officials, around 6,67,657 candidates had registered for AIPMT 2016 for approximately 2,300 MBBS and 300 BDS seats in 200 medical and Dental colleges of India.
The Central Board of Examination (CBSE) had replaced AIPMT 2016 with the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) Phase 1 on April 28, 2016 following a Supreme Court order to scrap all state- level medical entrance tests.
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