NEET Dress Code 2019: Full Guide
NEET 2019 exam is just around the corner and everyone is now busy in preparation of NEET exam 2019. However, You should also take care of NEET exam guidelines released by NTA. NEET dress code 2019 is one of the important aspect that student must follow strictly to avoid any last minute rush.
NEET is a very big exam and NO can never afford to miss it due to a shitty reason,
So let’s talk about in detail for dress code in neet 2019 that you have to follow,
- NEET dress code 2019 for Male :
For the male candidates, who are appearing for NEET 2019 on 5th May 2019 have to check their dress code in 2 sections :
Clothing ( Males ) : Dress code for neet exam 2019
- Wear light coloured clothing. (Not mandatory )
- T-shirts SHOULD BE without a collar. ( Dresses with collars will not be entertained ). However, this is not mentioned by N.T.A but last year students with collared clothing were not allowed for the exam.
- T-shirt/shirts must be half sleeved.
- Kurta Pajama is not allowed.
- Any traditional dresses ( different cultures and states have their own clothing ) that is unorthodox are not allowed.
- Clothes with too many pockets, zipping are prohibited.
- Jeans are allowed and you can wear jeans.
Clothing ( Males ) : Footwear
- Shoes not allowed. If you come to the exam centre wearing shoes then you will have to go barefoot for your exam.
- Slippers, Sandal is allowed.
- NEET dress code 2019 for Female :
- Female candidates should not prefer clothing with embroidery, flowers, buttons, metals. The clothes should be light and have half-sleeves. It is being advised to strictly follow the prescribed dress code of NEET to avoid being debarred or run into unnecessary rush at the exam centre.
- As per NEET 2019 dress code, Salwars and trousers are suggested for women candidates.
- All female aspirants are advised to wear sandals or slippers with low heels (better no heels) as shoes are not allowed in the examination hall.
- Female aspirants are advised to avoid any jewellery like earrings, ring, pendants, nose ring, necklace or any kind of metallic item. According to the NEET dress code, these are not allowed.
- Leggings are not allowed
Customary dress refers to a traditional dress or an attire pertaining to a specific religion. Burqa or head scarves come under this section. As per the Delhi High Court order, Sikh candidates will be allowed to carry traditional kangha kara and kirpan with them. These articles will be considered as a part of the customary dress. While filling NEET application form 2019, candidates are asked whether they intended to wear the customary dress or any other clothing which is contrary to the NEET dress code 2019.
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Why NEET Dress code 2019 is applied?
You know that NEET is a very big level exam. It is one of the difficult examinations to crack in India. Therefore to prevent malpractices some strict rules must be applied. These rules will help the governing body to conduct the exam smoothly. The dress code is prescribed and enforced strictly if past trends and examples are taken into consideration.
What are some barred items that I must never carry in the NEET exam hall?
There are many barred items that you must never take it to NEET exam hall. This could end up in cancellation of your NEET Exam. In addition to it, a legal F.I.R could be filled against you. List of some bared item are :
- Any electronics items ( whether it is a mobile or a small chipset )
- Any metallic item ( Bluetooth/wifi/wireless devices)
- Any item like Cheating papers. Mind it. If you found misleading you could end up destroying your rest of life.
- Watches/Wrist Watches, Bracelets, Camera, etc.
- Any ornaments
- Any eatable item opened or packed
- Water bottle