NEET 2019: Police Constable saves students’ career by giving Rs 40 for Photo in Coimbatore
NTA conducted NEET 2019 on Sunday (May 5). The kindness of P Saravanakumar, a Police Constable in Coimbatore saved the career of a NEET aspirant. Read the complete incident here.
NEET 2019 was conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) on May 05. As per the advisory released by NTA, students were asked to bring one passport size photograph (same as uploaded on the Online Application Form) to be pasted on the attendance sheet at the NEET Exam Centre 2019. But unfortunately, a boy forgot to bring his photograph to National Model School, a NEET exam centre located in Coimbatore. While he was wandering around the examination hall, a police constable P Saravanakumar, who was doing security check noticed him. When the constable enquired him, he found out that the student had forgotten to bring his photograph to the examination centre. Without wasting time, the constant quickly gave Rs. 40 to him so that he gets his photographs clicked. With the kindness and timely gesture of constable, the student was appeared for the exam.
Experts after analysing the NEET 2019 found the exam to be of moderate level. They said that the questions in Physics section were a bit tricky due to which students would have had somewhat difficulty in solving the paper. However, most of the questions were based on NCERT text books. The detailed analysis of NEET 2019 can be checked with the help of the link provided below:
About the exam:
Ever year, the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is organized for students who wish to study graduate and postgraduate medical and dental courses in government or private medical colleges and dental colleges in India. This year, there are 66,771 seats in MBBS and 27,148 seats in BDS across the country, as per NTA’s statistics.