Source: Times of India
The most awaited NEET began in the pandemic maintaining social distancing norms and strict precautions. Different slots were allotted for entry which started three hours prior to the exam.
The number of candidates in a room was reduced from 24 to 12 and centres were increased to 3,862. They were provided with masks at the centre itself.
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Some students agreed that there were no problems as everybody followed precautions while others said that if exams were conducted online it would have been much better.