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An internet facility has been provided for students to fill out NEET 2020 forms in Awantipora City, Jammu, and Pulwama District, Kashmir

On Monday, an internet facility was made available for students to fill in the 2020 National Aptitude Test (NEET) forms in Awantipora City, Jammu, and Pulwama District, Kashmir. "An internet facility has been provided for students to fill out NEET 2020 forms," ​​said Awantipora district police. NEET is an entrance exam for students wishing to take basic medical and dental courses at government or private medical colleges and dental colleges across the country. Registration for the exam started on December 2nd and was the last day for submission today. The investigation will be carried out on May 3rd. On January 2, internet facilities were restored in health facilities in Jammu and Kashmir, while links to the rest of the town are also being re-established on a "war basis". From midnight on December 31, SMS services were also restored in the Kashmir Valley. Post-paid cellular services were also restored on October 14. All cellular and landline connections were suspended on August 5 in Jammu and Kashmir due to security concerns in the area after the center decided to repeal Article 370, which gave the former state a special status. The central government had repealed Article 370 and divided the former state into the Union Territories (UTs) of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. The new UTs launched on October 31st. On Monday, an internet facility was provided for students to fill in the 2020 National Aptitude Test (NEET) forms in Awantipora City, Jammu, and Pulwama District, Kashmir. "An internet facility has been provided for students to fill out NEET 2020 forms," ​​Awantipora District Police said. NEET is an entrance exam for students wishing to take basic medical and dental courses at government or private medical colleges and dental colleges across the country. Registration for the exam started on December 2nd and was the last day for submission today. The investigation will be carried out on May 3rd. On January 2, internet facilities were restored in health facilities in Jammu and Kashmir, while links to the rest of the town are also being re-established on a "war basis". From midnight on December 31, SMS services were also restored in the Kashmir Valley. Post-paid cellular services were also restored on October 14. All cellular and landline connections were suspended on August 5 in Jammu and Kashmir due to security concerns in the area after the center decided to repeal Article 370, which gave the former state a special status. The central government had repealed Article 370 and divided the former state into the Union Territories (UTs) of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. The new UTs emerged on October 31st.