AIIMS Delhi is all set to conduct Institute of National Importance Combined Entrance Test (INI CET) 2020 on November 20, 2020. It is going to be held for the very first time and candidates who shall be appearing for the exam need to adhere to the INI CET 2020 exam day guideline. AIIMS Delhi has released dress code, what to carry, what not to carry, prohibited items, when to reach, how to act on the center and other important details. It is better if the candidates know these in advance. The complete INI CET Exam Day Guidelines 2020-2021 are given as follows:
INI CET Exam Day Guidelines 2020-2021
The aspirants of INI CET are requested to download their admit card as soon as possible. There are few very important instructions mentioned on the admit card and candidates should read those as well. The rest of the important INI CET exam day instructions are as follows:
INI CET 2021 Dress Code
AIIMS has requested candidates to dress appropriately according to season. But a few guidelines have made all confusions gone.
- Dress in simple clothes with almost no pockets and large buttons.
- Any dress with large buttons is not allowed.
- Accessories, Goggles, Jackets, Cap, Scarf, Belts, wristband, etc are not permitted inside the hall. Candidates should not wear any of these on exam day, as there will not be any facility to keep items safely at the entry gate in case the candidate wants to remove them.
- Shoes with high heels or thick soles are strictly prohibited. Flat shoes or open slippers are highly recommended.
- Such candidates who wear a particular attire due to religious beliefs are directed to report early at the center, to handover those particular things to management. Otherwise, they won’t be allowed to take the exam.
Things To Necessarily Carry in INI CET 2021
The candidates should carry the following items in exam mandatorily, failing which they won’t be allowed to write the exam.
- Admit card with signed declaration
- Photo identity proof in original
- Curfew pass (in case required)
How To Correctly Carry INI CET 2021 Admit Card for Exam Day?
The most important guideline for the exam day of INI CET 2020-2021, is printing admit card correctly.
- Carry only original printout of admit card with IP address, date and time of printing on the 1st line, at the top.
- Photocopies or dull printouts of admit cards are not considered valid.
- Any incorrect data on admit card may cancel the candidature of candidate.
- Candidates must read and sign the declaration with place and date.
Valid Photo Identity Proof for INI CET 2020-2021
On the day of INI CET, the candidates must carry also carry one of the following photo identity proof in original at exam center along with the hall ticket.
- Aadhaar Card
- Voter Id Card
- PAN Card
- E-Aadhaar Card
- Driving License
Note: Xerox copy of id proofs or their scanned copy will not be considered valid.
Prohibited Items at INI CET 2020 Exam Center
The canmdidates shall not carry the following items in exam hall, otherwise, their candidature shall cancel.
- Mobile Phones, Pagers, Calculators, Bluetooth Devices, Pen drives etc.
- Wrist watches, clocks, Ornaments, Wrist bands, Goggles, Headgears, Scarfs, Jackets, etc.
- Pen, Pencil, Paper(except for Admit Card), books, bags, bottles etc.
Other Important Guidelines of INI CET 2020
- All the candidates are requested to reach early on time at exam center.
- PWD candidates, and such candidates who dress according to religious beliefs, should reach early at center.
- Candidates should comply with staff and follow all the guidelines, especially COVID 19 related.
- No spare paper shall allowed at exam center, so for doing the rough work candidates can use the back of the admit card.
- The admit card shall be returned to invigilator to mark the attendance.
- Don’t use keyboard while giving the CET.
- Follow all the instructions given by invigilator.
All the guidelines, suggestions and directions should be followed by the candidates word by word. The candidates should not panic after reading these instructions, this is to make the exam day spend smoother with less chaos.
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