NBE defers DNB PDCET 2021 exam
New Delhi: Through a recent notice, the National Board of Examination (NBE) has announced the postponement of DNB PDCET 2021 examination in view of the COVID pandemic.
DNB PDCET 2021 had been scheduled to be held on 9th May 2021. However, considering the surge in COVID 19 cases across the country, the NATBOARD has now decided to postpone the exam.
"Pursuant to the recent lockdown/ night curfew/ containment orders imposed in various parts of the country due to ongoing surge in COVID-19 cases and in order to avoid any inconvenience to the candidates in attending the examination and to ensure their safety amidst such pandemic, the National Board of Examinations (NBE), in continuation of its notice dated 23.04.2021, has decided to defer the conduct of DNB-PDCET 2021 till further notice," the NBE notice stated.
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Admit Card & Test Day Procedures
Description of failure
Standard actions taken
Disruption happens (e.g Power Failure) during the exam time after the candidates have logged in (either for one or more candidates)
No action necessary. The timer will stop when the failure occurs and will resume when the failure is rectified.
There will be no time loss in allocated examination time due disruption/failure.
Candidate machine is locked during the exam. (e.g Loss of connectivity with the Primary Server)
IT Manager in each exam room verifies and unlocks the candidates account and the timer starts from the same point where the candidate had left.
There will be no time loss in allocated examination time due to this locking.
Candidate complains of any specific issues in the machine (e.g screen flickering, mouse issue, system getting locked/hanged repeatedly etc)
On reporting of the issue , IT Manager/Invigilator verifies and locks the candidate machine. The candidate is shifted from their allotted seat to buffer seat in same or other lab during the examination.
There will be no time loss in allocated examination time due to this shifting