Bell ringing system to alert candidates every hour during NEET 2016 Exam
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) for the first time will have a ‘bell ringing system’ to alert candidates of National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) about the time.
As the NEET 2016 exam is scheduled to be held by the CBSE on July 24, the bell will ring nine times at examination centres. It should be taken seriously by the candidates appearing in NEET phase 2 exam that from 9:30 am, when the first bell rings, no entry to examination centre will be permitted till 1 pm when the NEET test will be over.
CBSE has also issued a circular and have advised the candidates in the Circular to leave their residence well in advance due to the monsoon season as there will be strictly no entry after 9:30 am to the examination centres.
Some people said that this bell schedule by CBSE for the NEET exam was a good attempt as often the candidate lacks the speed so a bell ring is quite helpful in this regard. If proper wall clocks are also provided in every classroom along with the hourly bell schedule, that is going to really help the students. Examination centres must apply mosquito repellant, as the dengue season is just started. We hope everything just works fine and perfectly for CBSE, exam centres as well as candidates.