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Students want exams to take place, says education minister

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Students want exams to take place, says education minister

In this blog we are talking about the education of the students of this year 2020. As we all know, the students of JEE and NEET are protesting for postponing the exam until the end of the pandemic due to the coronavirus COVID- 19. But according to Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal, NIshank says there are silent students who want the exam to take place at the end of September. He also said that there are many admission cards being downloaded by JEE and NEET students over the past few days. And they also want the review to take place next month at all costs.

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According to the sources, there is a total of 15.67 Lakh students who have registered for the National Eligibility Test (NEET). This will take place on September 13, 2020, that was the statement made by the head of the national testing agency. They also stated that 7.41 lakhs students have already uploaded their admission cards over 8.58 lakhs for the JEE-Mains entrance test until Tuesday evening. Of those students, only 332 candidates approached them to change the focus of the exam, which was quite positive due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Well, the Supreme Court of India also said that it cannot waste the entire academic year of students and ask them for the final date. We would like to inform you that several opposition leaders from India like Soniya Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Odissa Naveen Patnayak’s counterpart, DMK Chairman MK Stalin and the Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia have taken the support of parents and students for the application for the JEE and NEET 2020 exam.

Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said in his statement that every day he receives countless emails from the silent majority of students, and many students and their parents that their children are stressed due to the pressure and qu ‘they were preparing for this exam. for two or three years. And they don’t want this school year to be wasted because of this pandemic. He also says that he asked all parents and students to have confidence in this education system as they will conduct the exam safely.

When asked that the exam could be postponed by 30 to 60 days, Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said there was no possibility and no specific date for this pandemic to end, therefore, they said they had to do all the work carefully. For more updates, keep in touch with us and read the written update articles and stay safe!