New Delhi: The mandatory quarantine period of 14 days on arrival remains unchanged for NRI students who will be flying from Gulf countries to Kerala for NEET 2020, scheduled to be held on September 13, a Khaleejtimes report said. Going by this, the candidates will have to reach Kerala by August 31 to complete their stipulated quarantine time. Also Read - NIA Busts Major Terror Module, Arrests 9 Suspected Al-Qaeda Operatives For 'Plotting Attacks on Vital Installations'

However, this will not be possible for many candidates who will write their JEE 2020 papers in their own countries, as JEE has abroad centres. For students who have not arrived in Kerala ‘early enough’ will remain in home quarantine whenever they arrive. “On the day of the exams, students shall follow a sanitised corridor to reach their exam centres,” the report said. These candidates will have to inform the exam centre in-charge that they have not completed their quarantine so that they can be assigned a separate classroom for writing the exams. There should be a large signboard clearly mentioning which classroom is assigned for them so that other candidates do not mix with them. Also Read - NEET 2020: NTA to Release Official Answer Key Soon on Official Website | Get Latest Updates Here

This will be separate from the classroom allotted to candidates with mild symptoms. Also Read - Kozhikode Plane Crash: Supreme Court Issues Notice to Centre Over Runway Safety

Those who won’t stay in the state for 14 days will not be allowed to visit any place in Kerala.

The Supreme Court had earlier ordered that Vande Bharat Mission flights will prioritise these passengers ahead of the exams.