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Neet centres told to install jammers

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published May 5, 2018, 1:20 am IST
Updated May 5, 2018, 1:20 am IST
Neet will be conducted on May 6 and 13 and about 26,725 students will be writing the exam across the country.
The Board communicated to all the examination centres that the conduct of such mega examination requires meticulous planning. (Representational Image)
 The Board communicated to all the examination centres that the conduct of such mega examination requires meticulous planning. (Representational Image)

Hyderabad: The CBSE has issued notices to all examinations centres to install jammers and metal detectors during National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (Neet) examination in an effort to block all communication by the applicants and thereby curb all malpractices.

Neet will be conducted on May 6 and 13 and about 26,725 students will be writing the exam across the country. The entrance examination for admissions into UG medical and dental courses will be conducted in 136 cities and in 2,255 centres.

 

The Board communicated to all the examination centres that the conduct of such mega examination requires meticulous planning. CBSE has also appointed important functionaries like Regional Coordinators, City Coordinators, Centre Superintendent, Deputy Centre Superintendent, Invigilators for Invigilation, Invigilators for Frisking, Board’s representatives and Observers to ensure successful conduct of Neet.

The CBSE appointed Regional Coordinator to supervise the examination in the cities falling under the jurisdiction of the respective regional office. The Board directed the authorities that at least one representative of the CBSE should be present in every city where Neet is to be held. 

 

The Board representative will arrive in the city at least two days before the examination. The Board would also depute an observer at every examination centre depending upon the number of candidates allotted.

To ensure the smooth implementation of the scheme prepared by the CBSE for successful conduct of NEET, a power point presentation enumerating guidelines has been sent to all the centres. A meeting is proposed to be convened at the centres by the centre superintendent where the conduct of NEET will be explained through the power point presentation, the Mukt Vidya Vani by the centre superintendent.

 

The Board has also suggested all the officials of the schools involved in the conducting of the NEET-UG2018 should be present to understand the instructions and to implement the same correctly and strictly on the day of the examination.

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Location: India, Telangana, Hyderabad




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