Hundreds of students miss the NEET exam in Karnataka due to train delays

NEW DELHI: Hundreds Of Students Missed The () On Sunday When Their Train Reached An Hour After The Scheduled Reporting Time For The Bengaluru Exam, Officials Said.

More Than 13 Lakh Students Had Signed Up For The Exam For Admission To MBBS And BDS Courses.

NEET Was Performed For The First Time By The National Testing Agency (NTA) Of The HRD Ministry '

The Exam Was Successfully Conducted In The Rest Of The Country, Officials Said.

The 16591- And Route Bengaluru Reached The City At 14.30 Hrs. Hence Hundreds Of Candidates Could Not Appear For The Exam.

The Former Prime Minister Of Karnataka Took Twitter And Said:" Mr. @narendramodi, You Knock Your Own Back For Others &performance,butyoualsotakeresponsibilityforyourcabinetmin.inkarnatakamaynotbeabletorecordneetduetodelaysintrainservices.

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On Saturday The HRD Ministry Announced The Postponement Of The NEET Exam In Odisha With A View To The Cyclone Fani.

The NTA Had Announced Friday Changes In Some Centers Due To The Lok Sabha Elections And Advised Students To Download New Admission Tickets.

According To Official Guidelines, Students Appearing For NEET Should Be Dressed In Light Short-Sleeved Clothing Wearing Salwar/Pants

The NEET Dress Code Forbade Students To Wear Any Outfit With Large Buttons, Brooch/badge And Flower. The NTA Had Announced That The Candidates Will Be Subjected To Extensive And Compulsory Searches Before They Enter The Examination Center With The Help Of Metal Detectors.

The Answer Keys For The Entrance Exam Are Available Overnight And Give Students The Opportunity To Evaluate Their Performance.

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