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NEET dress code has been the talk of the town since the examination came into existence. For NEET 2020, which will be held on September 13, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has prescribed a list of items that are barred in the examination hall and has also directed a NEET dress code 2020. All those who wish to appear for the entrance examination are advised to read and abide by the dress code of NEET 2020. Non-observance of the NEET 2020 dress code will lead to disqualification and the candidate will not be allowed to appear for the examination.

NEET Dress Code 2020 for males:
According to the dress code of NEET for male aspirants, long or full sleeve shirts/ t-shirts are not allowed
Clothes should be simple and should not have zips, pockets, huge buttons, etc.
Male aspirants can wear simple trousers/pants
Layers of clothing and kurta pajamas should also be avoided
Shoes, boots, or any covered footwear is not allowed. Candidates are advised to wear slippers or open-toed sandals
NEET Dress Code 2020 for females:
Similar to the dress code of NEET for males, female candidates are also advised to wear half sleeve t-shirts/shirts/kurta
Long sleeves and fancy sleeves clothing is not permitted
Clothing should be simple and should not have elaborate embroidery, buttons, frills, etc.
Female candidates should avoid all metallic/non-metallic jewelry
Shoes, boots, heels, and other fancy footwear is not allowed inside the examination hall
Candidates are advised to wear open sandals or slippers
NEET Dress Code 2020 exceptions
Candidates who cannot follow the dress code for NEET 2020 due to religious beliefs have to mention the same while filling the application form of NEET 2020. These candidates have to select the “Customary Dress” option while filling the NEET application form 2020. Those opting to wear the customary dress have to report at least an hour early for proper frisking and security procedures.

Other important information
The exam centre of NEET 2020 will not have provision to store bags, mobiles, etc
All candidates will have to undergo security procedures
To avoid delays or hassles, candidates are advised to report to the NEET exam centre 2020 at least an hour early
NEET 2020 Dress Code: COVID-19 Guidelines
Keeping in mind the safety of candidates on the exam day, NEET dress code 2020 has undergone a few changes. Dress code for NEET 2020 exam day during COVID times has been listed below:

All candidates must wear a mask which is covering their nose and mouth
They must carry a transparent water bottle with them, water dispenser facility has been discontinued as a preventive measure
Candidates must carry a 50 ml bottle of hand sanitiser with them on the exam day
Candidates may be allowed to wear gloves while at the exam centre

Items prohibited inside the NEET 2020 examination hall
Along with the NEET dress code 2020, NTA has listed the names of the things that a candidate is not supposed to carry on the day of the examination. If found in possession of any of the below-mentioned items, the candidate will not be allowed to complete the NEET 2020 examination and will have to leave the examination hall.

List of banned items:

Any test-based material (written/printed)
Pencil box/pouches/geometry box
Calculator, electronic pens, scanners, etc.
Pen, scale, eraser, etc.
Accessories such as bags, belts, cap, goggles, wallets, etc.
Mobiles, smartwatches, cameras, Bluetooth, fitness bands, earphones, pager, etc.
Any ornaments such as earrings, nose pins, piercings, etc.
Eatables (packed or home-cooked)
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