For PG entrance test, students must travel 2,000km

BANGALORE: Medical students aiming for higher education through the national entrance test found themselves in a tizzy with some of them getting exam centres as far as 2,000km away. In some extreme cases, the website couldn't handle the load, and it went on the blink.
The National Eligibilitycum-Entrance Test for postgraduate courses (NEETPG ), introduced to rationalize entry to higher education in medicine, will be held between November 23 and December 6 at select test centres in 33 cities across the country for 2013 admissions.
Prometric India, which provides technical support to conduct online exams, denied suggestions of NEETPG website crash and cited 64,000 registrations till Saturday . The registrations began on Friday. Some students said unavailable vouchers at a few centres created chaos.
Hundreds of students now have to factor in the logistics of long-haul travel. A Bangalore student on Saturday was given the option of taking the exam at Gurgaon, Delhi or Punjab. "I've an exam in Bangalore on Nov 20. Three days later, I must write NEET in Gurgaon. Either I need to fly or look for a centre closer home. The tension is driving me crazy," she said. NEET-PG objectives defeated, say aspirants.

If you are victim of such problem, created by irresponsible and mismanaged ways of Prometric let us know by replying to the post.


http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-10-08/bangalore/34322167_1_exam-centres-neetpg-entrance-test

Comments

Unknown said…
yes,this is such a injustice with us because they only said first cum first serve policy will be applied but now those who were so late to fill the forms are getting their centre of choice.nbe neither making any method to change the centre to those who registered on the first day nor they are allowing to fill another form so that agony to travel such a long distance on day b4 exam can be avoided.
AcrossPG said…
Yes its unfair... NBE is making things difficult for the students. NBE twitted about giving option to cancel multiple registrations for the students who enrolled more than once but dont know when it will be implemented.

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