Dress Code for both male and female candidates:
Keeping in mind last year’s gaffe, CBSE has asked both the male and female medical aspirants to wear half sleeves light- coloured clothes sans huge buttons, brooches, badges or any other kind of ornamental accessory with either salwars or trousers. Shoes is prohibited for both the male and female candidates. Slippers with low heels and sandals will be allowed inside the examination centres. Those wearing clothes signifying religiousness like skull caps, burqa or turban, will have to report to the examination centres an hour before the commencement of the exam. Apart from the specific attire which needs to followed, students are prohibited from carrying pens and pencils, or any kind of stationary, communication devices etc. They will not be allowed to take their water bottles inside the exam hall also.