NEET PG 2024: Time, Exam Pattern, Guidelines, and More for June 23 Exam

NEET PG 2024: Everything you should know before going to the exam center on June 23rd, from timing to exam pattern to rules

The National Board of Examinations in Medical Sciences (NBEMS) has set Sunday, June 23, 2024, for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test Post-graduate (NEET PG) 2024. More than 1000 test centers throughout 300 test cities will host the medical entrance exam. Computer-Based Test (CBT) modality will be used to administer the NEET PG exam.

NEET PG 2024: Time, Exam Pattern, Guidelines,
NEET PG 2024: Time, Exam Pattern, Guidelines,

NEET PG 2024: Time, Exam Pattern, Guidelines,

In the meantime, on June 23, the National Testing Agency (NTA) will administer a retest to 1,563 NEET UG candidates who received “grace marks” as compensation for “lost of time” resulting from an exam start delay at six locations: two in Chandigarh, one in each of Meghalaya, Haryana, Chhattisgarh, and Gujarat.

It is required of candidates who plan to take the exam on June 23 between 9:00 AM and 12:30 PM to remember the following guidelines:

  1. As stated on the admit card, you can enter the exam center before the gate closes. To save hassles, candidates must arrive at the exam center’s “Reporting Counter” ahead of time.
  2. According to NBEMS norms, candidates who arrive at the test center late will not be allowed entry under any circumstances. If there is a delay in arrival for any reason, the authorities will not be held accountable.
  3. To prevent any delays on the day of the exam, NBEMS recommended applicants to become acquainted with the exam location the day before.
  4. On exam day, candidates are required to bring their given admission cards to the testing location.
  5. You are not allowed to bring friends, family, or relatives into the exam center. No communication with the appearing candidate is allowed during the exam period.
  6. The exam official will be employing a barcode/QR code reader to verify details, so candidates must bring their admission card and ID evidence for verification. The candidates will then receive an assignment of their lab number, according to the board.
  7. Upon arrival at the testing location, candidates will have their identities verified by the authorities to make sure that no unapproved candidates are showing up for the exam.
  8. Applicants need to provide the following paperwork to the testing location:

A printed copy of the QR/barcoded admission card.
A copy of the Permanent or Provisional SMC/MCI/NMC registration*, which the testing center will keep on file.
original identification card issued by the government; examples include passports, Aadhaar cards with photos, PAN cards, driver’s licenses, and voter IDs.

  1. It is completely forbidden to bring the following items into the exam room:

Items associated with stationery: written or printed text, notes, plastic bags, calculators, pens, writing pads, pen drives, erasers, and so forth.
Electronic gadgets: pager, calculator, Bluetooth, earbuds, microphone, mobile phone, wristwatch, health band, electronic pen, scanner, etc.
Accessory items include necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings, nose pins, pendants, badges, brooches, and chains.
A wallet, goggles, purses, a cap, a belt, food, soft drinks, a water bottle, and other stuff are also included.

The examination process will be monitored via the installation of surveillance cameras. Each workstation will also have its three sides blocked: the front, left, and right.

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