IRCTC NEET Special Train: Railway gift to candidates, 5 special trains run for 21 passengers

IRCTC NEET Special Train: In the midst of the Corona crisis, the NEET exam was conducted on Sunday in various cities across the country. Despite the corona infection, millions of examinees participated in it. The biggest problem in conducting the exam in the Corona period was to reach the exam center in other cities from their cities, but this time also Indian Railways came up to overcome this problem like every time. Keeping the examination in mind, the Railways ran special trains from many cities. Also Read – NEET Exam 2020: NEET exam started all over the country, there is tension in students and enthusiasm

Indian Railways paid special attention to those cities from where there was not a single train to other cities and the candidates had to go for the examination. During this time, Railways ran five NEET special trains from Uttarakhand. Only 21 examinees traveled from these five trains. A total of 18 centers were created in Dehradun for NEET examination 2020, while there were 12 examination centers in the surrounding areas of Dehradun. In order to easily reach the candidates for the examination, five special trains were run by the railways, which were completely empty. Also Read – NEET Exam 2020: All states made concrete arrangements for NEET exam, Ramesh Pokhriyal expressed gratitude for this

– Bareilly-Ghaziabad Special Train Also Read – Indian Railways: Not getting confirmed tickets, don’t bother, there are still so many seats in the new 80 special train, see the full list

– Bareilly-Lucknow Special ‘Train

– Balamau to Bareilly Special Train

– Haridwar-Bareilly Special Train

– Moradabad-Dehradun special train

Railways had kept the timings of all the trains so that the candidates could reach the examination center on time. Not only this, the time of return of the trains was also decided according to the end of the examination. Railways had a huge contribution in conducting the NEET exam properly in the country during this crisis.

In the Corona crisis, whether it is the task of transporting the workers to their homes or to get the examinations from one city to another. Indian Railways has always helped by moving forward, perhaps that’s why railways have become an integral part of our lives today and without this we cannot imagine our lives.

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