District Judge also made it clear that according to the guideline, students who have tested positive for infection will be given the opportunity to appear in the NEET exam at a later date, through a digital platform. He was asked how to deal with candidates who have symptoms COVID, Mohanty said: “Students will be isolated and can provide seating Maximum separate rooms 12 students will be assigned a seat in a maintenance room considering the physical distance.”.
The DM said the guards assist students who have symptoms of COVID-19 EPP wears while examining duty is performed. The use of masks and disinfectant use is mandatory for each candidate. Medical teams have been deployed in shelters in five engineering schools, where candidates are.
This apart, the DM said local transport like auto rickshaws and taxis have been launched to bring students to the examination centers. All arrangements have been made for the NEET exam on Sunday across 7 cities in 7 districts in accordance with the guidelines of the National Agency Test (NTA) by the respective collectors and municipal commissioners, Chief Secretary further, Health and Welfare family PK Mohapatra said, adding that “it is advised students to the exam appear without any fear of COVID-19.” the
The state government has made elaborate arrangements to provide free transportation and accommodation for the candidates appearing for the exam NEET Sunday at 83 centers across seven cities in the state, an official said.
A total of 37.459 national candidates appear for entry test selection cum in Odisha. “The state government has arranged for free transportation and accommodation for the candidates and their guardians,” said the NEET state nodal officer.
State buses will be available to facilitate the free movement of candidates and their tutors from different districts to test centers, he said. Tests must be carried out a.m.-5 p.m. 11 in strict compliance with health and safety protocols to prevent the spread of the coronavirus disease. Patnaik said candidates will have to undergo tests before entering thermal centers in Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Angul, Berhampur, Rourkela, Sambalpur and Balasore.
The East Coast Railway special trains will also run for NEET applicants, an official said. “Trains will run from Khariar Road through Titlagarh Sambalpur, Rayagada to Sambalpur, Bhadrak through Bhubaneswar Cuttack and Bhubaneswar Cuttack Keonjhar through,” the official said. Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation (BMC) has arranged accommodation for NEET candidates and their parents in five engineering schools.