New Delhi: CBSE today said the Jammu and Kashmir government has agreed to provide all necessary support for conducting the NEET-II examination on July 24 in Srinagar, where curfew has been imposed in the wake of violence following killing of a terrorist leader.
Admit cards issued by CBSE will be considered as curfew passes as agreed by the state government, it said in a statement in Delhi.
CBSE said that for candidates whose old centre was Delhi Public School, Athwajan, the new centre would be either Sri Pratap College or Amar Singh College.
600 students from Roll Nos. 82500541 to 82501140 can take the exam in Sri Pratap college while another 600 students from Roll Nos. 82501141 to 82501740 can take the exam at Amar Singh College.
For candidates who had Delhi Public School, Humhama-Sheikhpura, their centre, there is no change. 540 students from Roll Nos. 82500001 to 82500540 can take the exam at this centre.
CBSE said candidates are required to make necessary arrangements so that they may be able to reach their centres on time on July 24 for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET II) exam for entrance to medical and dental colleges.
The last reporting time at the centres is 09.30 am, the statement said.
The printed copy of the admit card will be made available to the candidates from July 23 at their new allotted centres in Srinagar. Also, arrangement of photographer is being made to take their postcard and passport size photographs which is a mandatory condition for this examination, the statement said.
Normal life, however, remained affected for the 13th day today due to curfew and separatist sponsored strike against the civilian killings in the clashes between protesters and security forces in the wake of killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani on July 8.