Tense minutes: Students and moms and dads gathering in front of a NEET exam centre, in Mangaluru on Sunday.
While 3,706 trainees wrote the National Eligibility Orgasm Entryway Test (NEET) in Dakshina Kannada, 1,858 composed the test in Udupi on Sunday.
According to main sources, 5,023 trainees had actually registered for the NEET that was kept in 10 centres in Dakshina Kannada. As numerous as 1,317 stayed absent. The assessment was held between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m.
With staggered entry time, students were offered various time slots, beginning with 11 a.m., to get in the assessment hall. Trainees were allowed inside after thermal scanning and giving a self-declaration about their health status. They were allowed to bring a transparent water bottle, an identity proof, a50 ml hand sanitizer bottle, mask and gloves. Staggered exit was followed at the end of the evaluation.
Some of the parents were anguished over the failure of the authorities to permit students to have food prior to NEET. “Authorities neither enabled tiffin boxes brought by us nor did they organize food for our children. My daughter had headache and she might not respond to questions correctly,” stated parent of a student from Kendriya Vidyalaya-2, Yekkur.
Of the 2,860 students registered for NEET at 8 centres, 1,002 remained absent in Udupi district
The greatest number of absentees was 171 in G.M. Vidyaniketan Public School, Brahmavar and Poornaprajna Pre University College, Udupi; followed by 140 in Don Bosco English Medium School, Shirva; 120 each in SMS English Medium School, Brahmavar, and Vidyodaya Pre University College, Udupi; 118 in Madhava Kripa English Higher Primary School, Manipal; 117 in N. Shankara Adhyanthaya Memorial English Medium High School, Nitte; and 45 in Little Rock Indian School, Brahmavar, according to official sources.