Today is the big day! Medical aspirants around the nation are appearing for National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) 2018. CBSE has implemented a lot of rules and regulations this time to make sure no glitch occurs in before or during he exam. All the live updates of NEET 2018, from entry to the exam hall to the exit, are here for you.
NEET 2018 Result
CBSE has announced the result of NEET 2018 on June 4, 2018 at 12:20 PM. Candidates can check their result now in online mode. Best of luck!
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NEET 2018 Starts
Exam Started – It is 10:00 am now and the examination has started.
Question Paper and OMR Distributed – All the students are seated. Now, the invigilator is distributing question booklet and OMR. Candidates are to check the code on both and not open the seal unless asked for.
Gate Closes, No One Can Enter Now
Late Comers Not Allowed – Dream of few students was shattered as they arrived few minutes after9:30 A.M. Sticking to the rules, authorities did not allow entry after the prescribed time.
Last Entry in the Exam Center – Gates of the exam centres are finally closed exactly at 09:30 am. No candidate will be allowed entry now.,
At the Exam Hall
From 7:30 A.M. to 9:30 A.M. –
Students Asked to Remove Barred Items – Despite continuous warring, students arrived wearing rings, earrings, nose-pin, pendants, badge, etc. At the centre, they were asked to remove it all.
Parents Consent Needed – Students had to come out of the centre because their admit cards were not signed by the parents.
Students to Pay Fine for Not Getting Photograph – It is a must to get the NEET 2018 admit card and passport size photograph. However, candidates who were not carrying it were asked to pay fine of Rs. 50, after which they were allowed to enter exam hall.
Metal Detectors Use for Frisking – Just like JEE Main, at the exam hall, metal detectors were used to make sure candidates were not carrying any unwanted material.
Exam Centers are Open Now – The NEET 2018 exam centres were opened for the students at 7:30 a.m. There are two reporting slots, from 7:30 am to 8:30 am and 8:30 am to 9:30 am. Initially, very less number of candidates arrived but as the day progressed, the centres got crowded.