Only one hundred ten candidates have registered for the National Eligibility Cum-Entrance Test (NEET) re-examination scheduled for May 20 for the college students who neglected it in advance because of a seven-hour teach postpone.

Earlier reports had recommended that 365 college students had overlooked the exam due to the postponement in the advent of the Hampi Express, which runs from Hampi to Bengaluru thru Mysuru, on May 5. The teacher, which turned into speculated to reach Bengaluru at 7 in the morning, reached at 2.30 pm, at the same time as the exam began at 2 pm.

Upset on missing out on their rightful risk on the checks, the students commenced mass tweeting, tagging Union Human Resource Minister Prakash Javadekar. Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy and many different politicians also urged the Centre to re-examine for the affected college students.

The HRD Minister then announced that a re-examination could be performed for these students; the date for the re-examination became finalized to be May 20 utilizing the National Testing Agency (NTA).

Only one hundred ten students check in for NEET re-exam after missing examination because of educate postpone 1

Students have been asked to post a replica of the teach ticket and the examination admission price tag at the side of the clean utility. The closing date to register for the re-examination is May 10. However, the best 110 applications have been obtained up to now.

A supply within the kingdom education branch told TNM that a number of the hundred and ten applicants, numerous have now not distinctive the motive for the clean software and that they may not be allowed to write the re-examination. “The NTA had requested for a replica of the admission ticket and a duplicate of the educate ticket while registering for the re-examination. But it has received programs from college students announcing they have been now not able to attend the examination and want any other threat to put in writing it,” said the supply.

The NTA of the HRD ministry conducts NEET every 12 months in May for college students to secure admission to state-run and private medical and dental colleges throughout the united states to observe graduate and put up-graduate guides.