National Eligibility-cum-entrance Test (NEET) that has been organized by the National testing agency. For the NEET examination, the married participants are forced to remove their religious ornaments. They are forced to remove the sacred ornaments such as “Thali” and “meeting” for security to remove any chances of cheating in the examination. Advocate has moved to Madras High Court against this restriction of national testing agency. He said that according to Hindu customs these ornaments can only be removed when there is a death of a husband. The woman has its Pride and has a right to violate any legal right of an Indian citizen. The women were also not told to remove their ornaments at international airports for the security check because it is against the religious right of an individual. S Arvind Raj said that it is necessary for ensuring famous in the examination is the students have to put off all kinds of religious dresses. The petitioner further said that the examination hall is already fitted with CCTV cameras and the high-profile invigilators are appointed for checking and there is no necessity for such frisking when you already have the type of security. If then also so the organization is doing such things then it indicates some loopholes in examining because the organization is doing frisking and it doesn’t have any sort of need to do all these things. This provision is mentioned in chapter 8 of National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test 2020 by which they all have to remove their metal or ornaments but it is directed to the valuation of the constitutional rights provided by the Indian Constitution. This is unreasonable and unconstitutional. The Public interest litigation has been filed by an advocate so that to raise his voice against this wrong practice of the organization and for the welfare of society by minding other people’s concerns.