“DG_NTA can be declaring the outcomes of #NEETUG 2020 on 16th October 2020. Precise timing of the outcomes can be intimated later. I want all the perfect to the candidates,” Nishank tweeted.
The Nationwide Eligibility cum Entrance Check was carried out on September 13 amid strict precautions in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.
From this 12 months, the admissions to MBBS course within the 13 All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Training and Analysis, Puducherry, will even be made by NEET following the modification in Nationwide Medical Fee Act, 2019, handed by Parliament final 12 months.
The take a look at was provided in 11 languages – English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Odia, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu this 12 months. Based mostly on the preliminary report, greater than 77 per cent aspirants took the take a look at in English, round 12 per cent in Hindi and 11 per cent in different languages.
The examination was earlier postponed twice as a result of pandemic and the federal government determined to go forward with it, regardless of opposition by a bit, to mitigate any additional tutorial loss.
The Nationwide Testing Company had set in place strict commonplace working procedures in view of the pandemic, together with measures like lowering the variety of candidates per room from the sooner 24 to 12.
The NTA had additionally elevated the variety of centres from 2,546 in 2019 to three,862 this 12 months to make sure crowd administration and staggered entry and exit protocols. Not like the engineering entrance (JEE), NEET-UG, the medical admission take a look at, is a pen and paper examination and held yearly.
Accordingly, the NTA had modified centres for just a few candidates this week in compliance with social distancing norms and COVID restrictions. In lots of locations NTA additionally organized buses and personal automobiles to switch candidates who arrived on the centres assigned to them earlier as an alternative of the modified one.
Whereas all of the candidates have been requested to go to the examination centres with masks and sanitisers, as soon as they entered the centre, they have been requested to make use of the three-ply masks supplied by the examination authority.
The NEET-UG was initially scheduled for Could 3, however was pushed to July 26 after which scheduled for September 13.