In steps of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, published a list of articles prohibited during the joint entrance exam (JEE) (Advanced) on 21 May.
Many NEET candidates were asked to cut the length of their sleeves and made to remove shoes and jewelry. According to rules issued by, JEE those who are appearing for the test should not wear veils, charms, and metal accessories like bracelet, earrings, ring, or necklace. Clothes with full sleeves or Big buttons are also not allowed. Coaching centers owners said the measures were a bit too hard and their students instead of concentration on the test were worried about the dress code.