These passenger trains shall be run in 4 routes- Bhadrak-Bhubaneswar, Keonjhargarh-Bhubaneswar, Rayagada-Sambalpur and Khariar Highway-Sambalpur. College students will board the trains to come back to their examination cities on Saturday and return their residence within the prepare on Sunday night after examination is over.
Bhadrak-Bhubaneswar MEMU prepare will depart Bhadrak at 4pm on Saturday and attain Bhubaneswar at 7.30pm through Cuttack. It is return prepare will depart Bhubaneswar at 7pm on Sunday and attain Bhadrak at 10.30pm on the identical day.
Equally, Keonjhargarh-Bhubaneswar MEMU prepare will begin from Keonjhargarh at 4pm and attain Bhubaneswar at 7.45pm on Saturday. It is return prepare will depart Bhubaneswar at 7.30pm on Sunday and arrive at Keonjhargarh at 11.15pm that evening.
Rayagada-Sambalpur passenger particular will depart Rayagada at 4pm on Saturday and attain Sambalpur at 10.30pm. It is return prepare will begin from Sambalpur at 11pm on Sunday and attain Rayagada at 5.30am on Monday.
Khariar Highway-Sambalpur passenger particular will depart Khariar Highway at 4pm on Saturday and attain Sambalpur at 10.30pm. It is return prepare will begin from Sambalpur at 11pm on Sunday and attain Khariar Highway at 4.30am on Monday.
The NEET shall be performed for admission to the undergraduate medical programs in medical establishments. As many as 37,459 candidates are scheduled to look the NEET at 83 examination centres in seven cities throughout Odisha.
These cities are- Berhampur, Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Balasore, Angul, Rourkela and Sambalpur. Greater than 15,000 college students will seem for the check at 31 examination centres in Bhubaneswar.
Final 12 months, 33,797 candidates had registered to look for the NEET at 54 examination centres within the state. This 12 months, the NTA has elevated the variety of the examination centres so as to preserve bodily distancing on the centres throughout this Covid time.