Published: 08th May 2019
Bengaluru NEET aspirants who missed the exam due to train delay to take the test on May 20
The National Testing Agency has allocated city coordinators for students to submit their grievances with documentary proof by 5 pm on May 5
Students who were aboard the Hampi Express to Bengaluru and missed their NEET examination on May 5, due to the inordinate train delay will receive a second chance to attempt the examination. The examination is proposed to be held on May 20 between 10 am and 1 pm.
Separate admit cards will be issued for the students, said a note by the senior director (NEET-UG) of NTA, on Tuesday. The National Testing Agency has allocated city coordinators for students to submit their grievances with documentary proof by 5 pm on May 5.
Students may approach Dr Dakshanayaini at Harvest International School, Off Sharjapur Road 9611809701; Sridevi S A from BBUL Jain Vidyalaya, 84, K R Road, Shankarapuram 9448087909; Gowri B Nataraja from JSS Public School No 31. 22nd Cross 9686677270; Manju Balasubramanyam, Jalla Hoblli 080-29724861. Students may visit ntaneet.nic.in for more information.