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Following rising tensions among the students due to the leakage of EAMCET II 2016 MBBS and BDS question paper, CBSE has imposed stringent security measures in order to prevent such incidents in the upcoming NEET II Examination.

The first phase of National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) was held on 1st May, 2016 following a long and widely discussed legal procedure. The second phase of the examination, NEET-II, monitored by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is to be conducted on 24th July, 2016. The qualified students are eligible to study in the accredited and prestigious medical and dental colleges across the country.

Some of the additional security measures that have been imposed by CBSE to avoid any form of improper conduct by the students and their relatives in the examination hall are listed below:

  • The examination begins at 10 am and no candidate will be allowed entry after 9:30 am into the examination hall.
  • The students must strictly follow the dress code decided by the CBSE during the NEET 2 examination. Candidates must wear half sleeved clothes with no badges, brooches and buttons. Also, they must wear sandals and slippers and wearing closed shoes inside the examination hall is not permitted.
  • Any form of metallic item or electronic item like calculator, electronic pens, scanners or stationery items are strictly forbidden in the exam hall. Wrist watches, handbags, scarves, mobile phones or any other communication device is not permitted in the hall.
  • Possession of any of the above items will be considered as disregarding the code of appropriate conduct in the examination and the candidature will be forfeited by the authority.
  • The students must remember the official bell system introduced by the CBSE by clicking here. This system is maintained to alert the candidates a total of 9 times during the examination.
  • During the examination, the students are not allowed to leave the examination hall till the end time of the exam.

CBSE had tightened security measures by a notch in the examination centres of the two Telugu states. There are four examination centres in the two Telugu states – Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, Warangal and Vijayawada and an aggregate of approximately 20,000 candidates are expected to appear in the NEET II Examination from these centres.

The examination timing is from 10 am to 1 pm, and the candidates will be permitted entry into the hall between 7:30 am to 10:30 am.

With the strong uncertainty about the results of EAMCET II examination, many students from these South Indian states have decided to prove their merit through the NEET examination and gain entry into the Government Medical and Dental Colleges in India.

However, it is assured that a departmental inquiry will be conducted by EAMCET to get a proper justification of the complaints raised by the students. To know more about EAMCET II question paper leakage, click here.

To know more about how to crack the NEET II examination and last minute preps and essentials, click here.

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