NEET 2021 is all set to be held on September 12, 2021, from 2 pm to 5 pm in a total of 202 exam centres pan India. Around 16.14 lakh students will take up the NEET 2021 exam tomorrow and compete for seats in medical colleges.
The agency has released the NEET 2021 admit card and information handout for the exam day. It is very crucial that candidates abide by the instructions shared by the agency for a hassle-free exam. The agency has also notified the contact details, which will help in sorting any problem related to the admit card or OMR sheet filling process. Along with the instructions, the timing for each activity during the examination has also been announced.
According to the advisory released, the last entry in the exam hall can be made only till 1.15 pm. Post this, the invigilator will cross check the admit cards of the candidates. It is hence important that candidates reach the exam centre by or before 1 pm. The candidates will get their booklets by 1.45 pm and they have to fill in the information by 1.50 pm. The exam will begin at 2 pm and end at 5 pm.
The candidates are allowed, and required, to carry a neatly printed NEET 2021 admit card with a passport size photo pasted, ball pen, own transparent water bottle, 50 ml hand sanitiser bottle, any government-approved id proof, passport size photograph affixed on the attendance sheet and PWD certificate (if applicable).
Along with these, the agency has also notified that books, mobile phones, wristwatches, food items etc are not allowed in NEET-UG 2021. The candidates who will be found to be possessing any of these items will face disqualification in the exam.
The agency has also asked the candidates to follow the dress code as mentioned on the information handout. According to this, they are not allowed to wear full sleeves clothes or shoes to the exam hall.
NEET 2021 is going to be held in offline mode in a total of 11 languages for a duration of 3 hours. There are 200 questions in the exam from four subjects mainly, physics, chemistry, botany and zoology. Each subject will account for 50 questions that will be further divided into sections A and B. Section A will have 35 questions and Section B will account for 15 questions out of which only 10 questions have to be answered. For each correct answer, the candidates will get 4 marks and each wrong answer will lead to a deduction of 1 mark.