To make the students aware of the time, CBSE has taken decision to introduce a 'bell ringing system' for the first time for the NEET candidates.
The NEET exam will be held on July 24 and all the candidates who are appearing for the same will get notification of the time.
During the examination, the bell will ring nine times at examination centres.
The exam will be conducted from 9:30 am, when the first bell will ring, till 1 pm, when the test will be concluded. No entry to the centre will be allowed in between.
According to The Tribune, Dr Arvind Goyal, a PMT trainer, said, ''Hope this bell schedule will not be a replacement for wall clocks. In such an exam, self-monitoring of speed had to be done every 10-15 minutes. Hourly bell is not sufficient and the CBSE must ensure availability of wall clocks in each classroom. Students must also apply mosquito repellant, keeping the dengue season in mind.''
Moreover, state government will now be allowed to host separate exam for admission in MBBS and BDS courses.
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