The candidates for the upcoming National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) on Sunday at Karnataka are getting all set for this new challenge of their lifetimes, for the first time the NEET score will be applicable for admission to medical and dental colleges.
The Central Board of Education (CBSE) has thrown another task in way! That is to maintain a particular dress code; so that it might avoid cheating during the exams. This is also keeping the students busy on the other side.
According to the code no shoes, socks and sandals to be worn with low heels -high heels can be used as cabinets to conceal paper and devices; they must wear only light coloured clothes with half sleeves not having big buttons.
Alongside, there are other thought-provoking restrictions; no candidate can enter with the following:
Written matter of any kind
Geometry boxes, pencil cases, pens, erasers, electronic pens.
Wallets and hand bags
Atm, credit cards, debit cards.
Mobiles, Bluetooth, ear phones, microphone
Eatables and water bottles
Students are generally appalled by the rules of Central Board of Education (CBSE) as getting the uniform together is a hassle in such a short time! And some have to buy new clothes and sandals which calls for spending money as well as time!
For any query, candidates are requested to check the official website .
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