NEET, the national level entrance exam held for undergraduate admission in medical and dental courses in the country, has been conducted across the country today. The 2019 edition of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) has started in the afternoon at 2.00 pm and ended at 5.00 pm. Meanwhile, in Odisha, in the wake of the aftermath of Cyclone Fani which pounded coastal parts of the state ravaging across 10,000 villages and 52 urban areas, National Testing Agency (NTA) has postponed the examination as per the request of the state government. The Agency, the official agency which is mandated by Central education ministry to organise entrance exams, said the revised dates for Odisha candidates will be announced soon. In another related development on May 2, the Agency had announced changes in centres for certain candidates in some selected states on account of upcoming general elections. Next stage in the NEET examination is the release of NEET answer keys, which will be released on the official website, ntaneet.nic.in.
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According to Navin C Joshi, Academic head and VP at Gradeup, the overall level of the NEET examination was between easy to moderate level.
Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy on Sunday said hundreds of students from North Karnataka districts have missed the NEET exam due to a 7-hour delay of the Hampi Express.
According to Karnataka chief minister HD Kumaraswamy, hundreds of students from North Karnataka districts missed the NEET exam due to a 7-hour delay of the Hampi Express. A last-minute change in the exam centres and lack of proper communication of the same has created confusion among students, chief minister's handle said. The students were supposed to appear their exams in Bengaluru.
Hundreds of students from North Karnataka districts have missed the #NEET Exam being held today at Bengaluru due to a 7-hour delay of the Hampi Express. A last-minute change in the exam centres and lack of proper communication of the same has created confusion among students. .- CM of Karnataka (@CMofKarnataka) May 5, 2019
The first NEET exam being conducted by National Testing Agency (NTA) will be over soon. The scheduled timing for the NEET examination is till 5.00 pm.
According to National Testing Agency (NTA), no candidate will be allowed to leave the examination hall before the conclusion of the NEET test. After the completion of the examination, the candidates must hand over the OMR answer sheet to the Invigilator and the candidates will only be permitted to take away with them only the test booklet.
NEET 2019 examination has begun. The national level entrance exam for courses in medical and dental undergraduate admission is being held from 2.00 PM to 5.00 PM at the venue of test centre.
National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) exam will begin in 23 minutes. As scheduled by the NTA, the gate closing time ended at 1.30 pm.
NEET 2019 exams will begin by 2.00 pm and the gates to the exam centres will be closed anytime soon. The scheduled gate closing time is 1.30 pm.
The NEET 2019 examination process for the medical and dental exam begins all across India.