Central Board of Education (CBSE) conducted the second phase of National Entrance Eligibility Test (NEET-II) 2016 on Sunday, July 24.
Board had taken several measures in order to conduct the examination in a peaceful way. So that no unwanted action takes place, board had made elaborate arrangements and more than 2,000 invigilators were deputed alongside the CBSE officials who were present at the examination center. According to official statistics, the test was conducted at 739 centers in 56 cities across the nation. To ensure the smooth and fair conduct of examination CBSE Chairman visited a few examination centers in Noida and Ghaziabad to oversee the conduct.
After the examination was successfully conducted at all the centers, CBSE released an official statement. The statement said, Total candidates registered for the examination were 4,75,785. As per preliminary reports received from across the country, more than 90 per cent candidates were present in the examination. The NEET examination was also held peacefully in Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir and 93 per cent of registered candidates took the exam there. The state government has given extraordinary support to CBSE and its team, the statement said. State Government provided two examination centers, deputed invigilators at short notice, made security arrangement for candidates across Srinagar division.
Srinagar was a main point of concern for all the officials as the city was violence hit but no untoward incident was reported due to special arrangements made by the board. HRD minister, Prakash Javadekar expressed happiness as the examination was conducted successfully. The results of the examination are scheduled to be released by August 17. Brainbuxa will keep you updated on such news across the nation. For more, take a halt at Brainbuxa.