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The National Law University, Delhi has decided to conduct AILET 2020 on September 26, 2020, from 11:00 a.m to 12:30 p.m. AILET will be held through an online centre-based mode and not RPT (Remote Proctored Mode) as notified earlier. Candidates are not required to carry smart devices, computers, laptops etc. as the items required for the AILET exam will be provided in the exam centre. Based on the performance, candidates will be offered admission to the BA LLB (Hons.), LL.M. and PhD programmes. NTA will conduct the exam in more than 100 test centres across the nation.
Due to the spread of coronavirus in the nation, high-safety measures and social distancing will be followed in the AILET exam centres. Candidates are advised to adhere by the rules issued by the conducting body as it will help in arresting the growth of the coronavirus pandemic. Read on to find more about the exam guidelines.
The detailed guidelines of AILET will be released by the NTA (National Testing Agency). The conducting body is expected to deploy the staff to manage the crowd outside the exam centre. To make sure that the candidates and the staff are safe, a process of a temperature checking will be held outside the examination venue. If an aspirant has more than the regular body temperature, he/she is likely to be shifted to isolation cabins.
Specified below are some of the crucial AILET exam day medical precautions and guidelines. Applicants must stick to the norms prescribed by NTA so that the exam gets conducted in a smooth manner.
Social distancing must be rigorously followed. Candidates must try and maintain a distance of 6 feet in order to avoid the rush and spread of the contagious virus.
No groups should be formed. Forming groups would only encourage the growth of the virus.
Individuals must carry their own hand sanitizers and COVID-19 protection masks with them.
Aspirants must keep wearing the mask the entire time.
Thermo guns will be utilised on the exit gates of the examination centre.
Sufficient staff members will be appointed on the gates and inside the venue to make sure that all the rules and regulations are being adhered to.
Candidates will be allowed to wear gloves within the venue.
Aspirants must carry the admit card and a valid ID proof before entering the examination hall.
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Aspirants are advised to stick to the norms and follow the social distancing measures at all points of time. The spread of the COVID-19 can be contained if students stay on to take all the precautionary measures.