NEET PG 2021: Admit Card Delayed Due to technical issues
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NEET PG Admit Card Delayed 2021
Result of Anna University's Revaluation in 2021: Students who are unhappy with their grades will request a revaluation within 15-20 days of the results being announced. After the results are announced, students may request revaluations, retotaling of response scripts, and re-checking. Following the announcement of the results, a notice for re-valuation will be posted on the website. The results of the revaluation will be published on the official website one month after the application has been approved. For future references, the better of the two scores will be used. “According to the knowledge bulletin for NEET-PG 2021, admit cards will be distributed on April 12, 2021. Due to technical issues, the date for issuance of NEET-PG 2021 admit cards have been pushed back to April 14, 2021,” according to an official release.
Unanticipated Surge in COVID-19 cases: In view of the recent unanticipated surge in COVID-19 cases throughout the country, with the exponential rise of patients in the last seven days, it has been decided not to defer this examination, as the peak of cases remains unpredictable. Considering the importance of the examination in admitting post-graduates in their respective subjects for further training, it is in the best interest of candidates to continue to hold this examination on the announced date,” the board said.
It has been agreed not to postpone this review due to the recent unanticipated spike in COVID-19 cases across the world, with an exponential increase in patients in the last seven days, as the peak in cases remains unpredictable. Given the relevance of the examination in accepting post-graduates in their respective fields for further training, the board stated that “it is in the best interests of candidates to continue to conduct this examination on the announced date.”
Prevent Virus from Spreading: To prevent the virus from spreading, the NBE has implemented precautionary steps such as using the same state exam centers, phased entry and departure, and an isolation lab for symptomatic candidates. The board stated that NEET PG admit cards would be regarded as COVID e-passes in order to facilitate candidates' movement in the event of any travel-related restrictions. During the test, all candidates will be required to wear face masks. Students will be given safety kits that include a face mask, face protector, and five sachets of hand sanitizer, according to the statement.