The AISSEE 2022 Exam is scheduled to start on January 9, 2022. On the official website of the National Testing Agency (NTA), the All India Sainik School Admission Entrance Exam (AISSEE) admit card 2022 has also been released. The National Testing Agency (NTA) further stated that students who may miss the entrance exam due to COVID-related restrictions will be considered and their exams will be (re)taken at a later date. Furthermore, the conducting body has released 12 Instructions for AISSEE and asked the candidates to adhere to the rules.
# Candidates should print their Admit Card and have two copies on hand at all times. The NTA further recommended applicants read the instructions on the admission card and on the website attentively.
# Second, if candidates need to move in order to appear in the exam, they can use the Admit Card as a Curfew Pass.
# Third, in the designated place, the candidate must put his or her most recent color photograph. If they do not bring this, they will not be allowed to take the exam.
# Fourth, candidates must sign across the left side of the photo of their left thumb impression showing.
# The candidate must have original and genuine government-issued photo identification proof, such as a PAN card, passport, or Aadhaar card. Other IDs/photocopies of IDs, even if attested/scanned photos of IDs in a mobile phone, will not be accepted as valid ID proof.
# Upon the completion of the test, candidates must hand over the OMR sheet to the invigilator and are allowed to take away only the Test
# Only the following items are permitted to be brought into the examination hall: a personal transparent water bottle and a personal hand sanitizer. The NTA website provides access to the admit card as well as the self-declaration document. Candidates are not permitted to bring any personal belongings to the examination Centre, including electronic gadgets, mobile phones, and any banned/prohibited items stated in the Information.
The third wave of COVID-19 is now affecting the pandemic condition. The number of instances in practically every state of the country is increasing on a daily basis. Candidates must adhere to the COVID-19 advice, which includes things like practicing social distancing, Use of masks provided by the Center is required, as is the use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers. The candidate must keep track of his or her own health and report any illnesses as soon as possible. The candidate must arrive at the examination site a day ahead of time to ensure that there are no problems on the day of the examination.