• NEET 2019 Rules & Dress Code for Boys & Girls

    NEET 2019 Rules & Dress Code for Boys & Girls
      

    NEET 2019 RULES & DRESS CODE FOR BOYS & GIRLS

     

    Here is important news for all the candidates who are going to appear for NEET 2019 examination. As per the latest update, CBSE Board has announced few important details regarding the NEET 2019 Rules and Dress Code for Boys & Girls. Candidate must read the below-listed rules and regulations set by the board officials and strictly follow those during the NEET examination. So we would advise candidates to read the following information carefully for their reference.

     

    RULES & DRESS CODE

    NEET 2019 DRESS CODE for BOYS CANDIDATE

     

     Male candidates got to wear light colored garments like Jeans, Shirt having half sleeves only, Pant. The shirt buttons got to be medium in size and not larger.

     

    • 1. Wearing Kurta Pyjama is not allowed.
    • 2. Wear only sandals or slippers as shoes are not allowed into the exam hall.

    NEET 2019 DRESS CODE for GIRLS CANDIDATE

     

    • 1. Female candidates can wear light half sleeve clothes which should not have brooch/badge, big buttons, flowers, etc. with trouser / Salwar.
    • 2. Candidates with Slippers or Sandals having low heels only allowed and female candidates with shoes don't seem to be allowed to enter the test hall.
    • 3. Female Muslim applicants can wear traditional dress like Hijab / Burqa. However, those candidates spotting wear traditional dress got to available in the prescribed time before the commencement of the take a look at for undergoing the checking process.
    • 4. Female participants are requested to not wear ring, pendants, necklace, nose ring, earrings, or any kind of jewelry as those jewelry have to be checked before entering into the exam center or hall.

     

     

    WHAT ITEMS/THINGS ARE ALLOWED/NOT ALLOWED in NEET 2019 EXAM HALL

     

    Check out the detailed items that are allowed and not allowed into the exam center or exam hall for writing the NEET 2019 given below.

     

    S.no Items / Things Allowed Items/ Things Not Allowed
    1 Slippers and Sandals only Shoes
    2 Trousers / Jeans Sunglasses
    3 Half T-Shirt, Shirt Shirt or T-Shirts (Full Sleeves)
    4 Churidhar / Leggings Watches
    5 Doctor Prescribed lens specs only Bracelets
    6 Jeans  Hair Clips/ Big Rubber Bands etc.
    7 Lowers  Chain / Rings / Necklace etc. (Any type of ornaments or jewelry)
    8 Salwar Big buttons, badge/brooch T-Shirts
    9 Mangal Sutra  Bangles are not allowed(only married can wear)
    10 Tiny Rubber Band   Saree (Married or Unmarried)
    11 Top (Half-Sleeves) / Kurti  Burka, Kurta Pyjama, Cap

     

    NEET 2019 BARRED ITEMS/THINGS

     

    1. Applicants are advised not to carry any barred items to the exam hall for writing the NEET 2019 examination. Below we have listed NEET 2019 Barred Items/ Things
    2. Stationery items such as textual material (written or printed), Geometry / Pencil Box, paper bits, Plastic, Calculator, Pouch, Pen, Writing Pad, Scale, Pen Drives, Log Table, Eraser, Electronic Scanners or Pen, etc.
    3. Various other barred items or things such as wallet googles, hairpin, hair band, handbags, belt, scarf, cap, tabeez / charm, etc.
    4. Communication devices such as digital watches, mobile phones, Bluetooth, Microphone, earphone, health band, pager, etc.

     

    • Camera or Watch of any type.
    • Any metallic item.
    • All other things which might be used for unfair means

     

    It is to be noted that, there will be no means of arrangement will be done at the exam center for keeping the items or things or belongings of the candidates appearing in the exam. If any candidates found carrying any things for unfair means action will be taken against them. So, make sure not to carry the barred items and the items that are not allowed at the exam center. These are the few NEET 2019 rules that have to be strictly followed by the contenders during NEET 2019 examination.

     

    REFERENCE


    Candidates coming for NEET are given a prescribed code by NTA and it's been mentioned within the official pamphlet too.