NEET 2019 - New Rules and Dress Code

  • May 02,2019

National Testing Agency (NTA) - NEET exam conducting authority decides a strict pattern for dress in NEET examination. To avoid any irregularity in the exam, candidates have to follow this rule. All the candidates appearing in the NEET 2019 must make sure to adhere to these guidelines prescribed by the authority. The exam will be held on 5th May 2019. The exam will be organized once in a year. Candidates get here the detailed information about what should wear and carry in NEET exam. Candidates appearing in NEET 2019 must follow the new rules and regulation as prescribed by the NTA. Check here details about NEET 2019 Rules and Dress Code. 

NEET 2019 Dress Code

Candidates have to follow the dress code while appearing for NEET exam, the dress code rules are given below:

Candidates have to wear light clothes with half sleeves, long sleeves are not permitted.

Candidates have to wear Slippers, sandals with low heels. Wearning shoes are not allowed. 

Note: If the candidate is wearing the customary dress, then they need to report at the allotted examination centre latest by 12:30 Noon on the day of examination.

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For Male Candidate:

Wear light color clothes like Jeans, Pant, Shirt (half sleeves only) (not wear anything which will create hindrance in frisking & could be used for hiding any communication devices). The button of shirt should be medium size not big enough. The Kurta Pyjama not allowed, Shoes are also not allowed. Wear only sleepers or sandals.

For Female Candidate:

Light clothes with half sleeves not having big buttons, brooch/badge, flower etc. with Salwar/ Trouser, Slippers, sandals with low heels are allowed. Shoes for the female candidate are also not allowed.

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FAQs (Most Asked Questions)

Question: I am Sikh student. Can I wear traditional kada and kirpan inside the exam hall?

Answer: Yes, if you are a Sikh candidate, then you have a permission traditional kada and kirpan inside the exam hall. But, those in traditional attire to come an hour early.

Question: I am a Muslim girl. I wear hijab/burqa. Is it allowed in the NEET exam?

Answer: Yes. If you select the option of customary dress in the form filling. Candidates, those select wear a customary dress, they should report at the exam center latest by 12:30 noon.

Question: Can I wear bracelet/bangle/any other jewellery?

Answer: No. Any ornaments are not allowed.

Question: Can I wear shoes/high heel sandals?

Answer: No, you should only wear Slippers, sandals with low heels.

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