NEET Aspirants Get NTA Relief But Highway Troubles Remain  

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SRINAGAR — In a much-needed relief for students, set to appear in national level competitive exam, the National Testing Agency (NTA) allotted four additional exam centres to Kashmir for NEET aspirants last month.

However, the students are set to face inconvenience owing to ban on movement of civilian traffic on Srinagar-Jammu highway tomorrow even as Divisional Commissioner Kashmir Baseer Ahmed Khan ordered that the admit cards and roll number slips of the candidates appearing for NEET examinations shall be treated as travel passes for the days of examination. The NEET exams are scheduled for Sunday and day after it. 

As per official figures around 9250 NEET aspirants from Kashmir are appearing in the exam, out of which 5750 students were allotted centres in Kashmir.

“But now the additional exam centres will accommodate 3500 students,” an official said.

 

 

 

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