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NEET- JEE Exams 2020: NTA releases detailed safety plan for exams


In the wake of the coronavirus where almost all exams were postponed recently, the NEET- JEE exam will be held according to the schedule with JEE being held from September 1 to 6 and NEET which is slated for September 12. The National Testing Agency would be conducting NEET-UG and JEE main 2020 on the scheduled dates. The Union Ministry informed that no exams would be postponed and released a safety plan for the exams being conducted. NTA planned and issued an advisory for conducting the NEET exams 2020. This advisory has been based on various instructions, guidelines and orders issued in regard to the pandemic.


The point issued to this stage, NTA ensured that allocation of the candidate at examination centers was done keeping in mind the social distancing norms given by the central government . Also, the staff would be trained for the same. Inventory management is also being focused upon in the exams and it is supposed to have extra gloves, masks, sanitizers etc. for effective usages by the staff and candidates. The day would begin with complete sanitization of all centers and the day of end with complete disposal of all the used products and again sanitization of the centers.


During the time of exams, the candidate would be authenticated, complete videography would be done at the centers and no thumb impression would be taken from the candidates.


The SC was very clear for examinations. The NTA has also released a clarification confirming the same.

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