Students appearing for NEET on their way to St Peters Central Public School in Hanamkonda on Wednesday
Hanamkonda: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has on Wednesday re-conducted the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) for those, who were given question papers that were in English and Hindi rather than English and Telugu in the exam conducted on May 7.
The examination went off peacefully at the St Peters Central Public School. It may be noted here that 230 students had been provided with question paper which were in English and Hindi despite having selected Telugu as their medium in the examination held on May 7.
Following the complaints from parents and some student organisations, the CBSE has decided to re-conduct the exam.
Speaking to The Hans India, the NEET city coordinator G Mathyas Reddy said that as many as 172 candidates of the total 230 utilised the opportunity. He said that re-conduct of the test was only for those attended the exam on May 7.