The National Board of Examinations (NBE) commenced the appliance course of for NEET-PG on February 23. Though the final date of utility was March 15, all of the examination centres in Hyderabad had been crammed up in a matter of few hours.
Following this, many college students needed to both choose districts or cities within the neighbouring states. The NBE is about to launch the admit playing cards on April 12. “By the time I started applying, I could only select Sattupally in Telangana, which is 180 km from my hometown. There should have been more test centres so that aspirants could get options closer to their hometown,” mentioned Sai Rajesh, an aspirant from Suryapet.
With Covid instances rising throughout Telangana in addition to different neighbouring states, aspirants are actually in a state of anxiousness as they must journey far amid the pandemic. “The cases are rising abnormally across the state. Amid all this, how does the government expect us to travel to other places to appear for an examination under so much pressure,” questioned Koushik Kumar, an aspirant who was allotted Visakhapatnam as his check centre.
Many college students from Bengaluru, Mysore have been allotted check facilities in Hyderabad thereby decreasing the probabilities of many native college students to safe check centre of their hometowns.