NEET Dress Code 2020 - Medical aspirants appearing for National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) will be required to follow specific NEET 2020 dress code laid down by the National Testing Agency (NTA). Like other rules and regulations, the NEET dress code will be strictly implemented on all aspirants to prevent malpractices and cheating. The dress code of NEET 2020 guides the candidates about the kind of clothing, footwear and other items to be worn. The NEET dress code will also acquaint the candidates with items and clothing which are that are strictly prohibited inside the exam hall. The authority will issue a prescribed list of clothing in the official information brochure which will be released on December 2, 2019. Each candidate will be required to specify whether they intend to follow the dress code of NEET 2020 prescribed by the authority. There are certain items which cannot be worn on the day of examination as per the NEET dress code 2020. Such details will also be printed on the NEET admit card 2020. Any candidate who is found to be wearing prohibited items listed in NEET 2020 dress code will not be allowed to enter the exam centre thus it is advised to follow it and avoid unnecessary hassle.
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NEET will be conducted in pen and paper-based mode on May 3, 2020. NEET 2020 will serve as the single undergraduate medical entrance test for admission to all seats offered in the country. Careers360 brings to you the complete information on the dress code to help you be exam ready.
The authority has specified NEET dress code for male and female candidates which must be adhered to. There are special guidelines for the candidates who wish to appear for the exam in their customary dress. Before entering the exam hall, candidates will be frisked thoroughly with the help of highly metal sensitive detectors. Candidates must make sure they do not have anything prohibited on their person while entering the exam centre so as to help the exam conducting authority in the security checks. The particular NEET dress code for male and female candidates has been provided below.
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Male candidates should ensure that they wear half sleeve shirts/T-shirts as full sleeve shirts are not allowed on the day of the examination.
Clothes worn by male candidates should be light ie., zip pockets, pockets, big buttons and clothes with elaborate embroidery should not be there.
Trousers and simple pants are a prefered NEET dress code for male candidates. Kurta Pyjama is not allowed.
Shoes are strictly prohibited inside the examination hall. It is advisable that candidates wear sandals and chappal with a thin sole.
Female candidates are advised not to wear clothes which have elaborate embroidery, flowers, brooches or buttons.
No clothes with full arm length sleeves should be worn on the day of examination. Female candidates can wear half sleeve clothes.
It is best to avoid high heels and thick sole shoes and instead opt for sandals or slippers. Low heel footwear is also allowed.
Female candidates must avoid wearing any kind of jewellery like earrings, nose rings, rings, pendants, necklace, bracelet or anklets. Metal detectors may cause unnecessary hassle if the metal is found on the person.
Candidates who follow a certain religion which prescribes a customary dress can appear for NEET 2020. As per the Delhi High Court order, Sikh candidates will be allowed to carry traditional kangha, kara, Kirpan with them. These articles will be considered by as the customary dress. At the time of filling NEET application form 2020, candidates must indicate that they wish to wear a customary dress in accordance with the dress code of NEET 2020. However, to help the exam conducting conduct the security checks smoothly, the candidate must report at least an hour before (12:30 PM) the reporting time. It is advisable for candidates to follow the NEET 2020 dress code carefully to avoid 'unfair means' or misconduct charges against them.
NEET aspirants must also have to ensure that they do not carry any barred items on the day of examination. NTA has specified a list of items which has been strictly prohibited to be carried inside the exam hall. The list of barred items will also be mentioned in the information brochure of NEET 2020. Aspirants can check the list of items in the table below.
Items like pen, paper, pencil box, plastic pouch, calculator, pen, scale, writing pad, pen, eraser, calculator, electronic, pen/scanner, pen drive, etc are strictly prohibited.
Communication devices like mobile phone, earphones, microphones, pager, health-band are not allowed inside.
Personal belongings like wallet, goggles, handbags, belt, cap etc are not to be carried on the day of the exam.
Eatable items opened or packed or water bottle will not be allowed inside the NEET exam centre 2020. Diabetic aspirants will be allowed to carry eatables like fresh fruits/ sugar tablets and a transparent water bottle inside the exam hall.
Check the NEET dress code video below for more details:
No, according to the norms of dress code of NEET, clothes with flowers embroidery or other designs should be avoided.
No, the female NEET test takers are only allowed to wear salwar and trousers.
Yes, jeans are allowed but it should not be fashionable big pockets or zips.
There are no explicit guidelines on wearing a dupatta. However, it is best to avoid such clothing item which is not mentioned in the information brochure.
No, a tattoo is strictly prohibited in the medical exam as per the NEET dress code 2020, specified by NTA.
As mentioned in the prospectus, calculators or any other electronic devices will not be permitted in the exam hall.
No, candidates are advised not to wear watches while appearing for NEET exam day.
It is best to avoid nail paint as it can cause hassle at the time of frisking at the exam centre.
Yes, candidates who follow a respective religion/custom and wear customary dresses like Burkha, Turban, Kirpan, Kada etc. However, such aspirants should report at the exam centre an hour before the reporting time for verification.
No, the safety pins are not allowed inside the exam hall. The candidate must not carry anything except the admit card, valid ID proof and a passport size photograph.
Yes, students who wear the spectacles on a regular basis are allowed to wear on the exam day but fashionable glasses or sunglasses will not be permitted inside the exam hall.
While there is no specific mention of whether or not the candidate can wear heena or mehndi to the exam hall in the NEET information brochure, it is better to avoid them. It is because wearing them may cause a problem during bio-metric verification. And if bio-metric verification fails (as a consequence of henna or mehndi), the candidate will not be allowed to take the NEET 2020 exam.
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15 months are more than enough for you to get into your dream medical college. The most important thing you need is just be consistent throughout your journey. Prepare everyday and with a proper fixed time table.
You should also familiarize yourself with the syllabus and prepare with the pace which suits your need and do not depend upon your school's pace.
Then go through all the NCERT textbooks and if you can afford, then buy some coaching material or better you should join one coaching as it will help you with the consistency part.
Hope this helps. Thank you.
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