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GSEB HSC Result 2020 topper Neha Yadav has scored 98.86 per cent in her 12th Boards. Neha resides in a two-room tenement and is a student of Rashtra Bharti Hindi Shala. She is now preparing for the Common Entrance Test and the medical entrance test.
The examination will be conducted at various centres across the Maharashtra as well as outside Maharashtra State by Online mode (Computer Based Test) tentatively in 2nd week of May 2021 for PCM and PCB group separately. The exam will comprise three papers.
Medical Courses without NEET Though it is not possible to get admission in MBBS without NEET in India. NEET UG exam is mandatory for admission in MBBS in India or abroad.
Ans: As there is no hard and fast rule mentioned in brochure of NEET 2020, for wearing dupatta along with the Salwar suit in NEET examination but it is suggested not to wear such clothing which are not mentioned in the brochure. So, avoid wearing dupatta during the NEET examination.
Yes! a student having tattoo can write NEET exam. There is no mention in admit card of NEET regarding expulsion of a student from examination hall due to tattoo. No law in India forbids tattoo for writing in exams.
You are not allowed to wear brooch, flowers, badge, or jeans. NEET dress code allows you to wear light-coloured denim pants and half-sleeve t- shirts; the size of the shirt buttons should be medium. Kurta is not allowed during the examination.
Yes you can wear Black T shirt and Lower in NEET 2020. As per the dress code of NEET, 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.
No,you can wear black Palazzo for your NEET exams as it is kind of loose trouser. According to set dress code by NTA you are advised to wear light clothes only which shouldn’t be too fashionable, having multiple zips , broaches,embroidery or any metallic studs on it .
’Hijab’, ‘burkha’, ‘kara’ and ‘kirpan’ will be allowed in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test-UG to be conducted on May 3, 2020.