The National Testing Agency (NTA) on Friday declared the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) (Main) examination will be conducted from September 1 to 6 and also the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) (UG) on September 13.
On Monday, the Supreme Court had refused a request for the postponement of both entry tests on account of this coronavirus outbreak.
The court stated that life must move on regardless of the virus epidemic and that it couldn’t place the professions of students in peril by interfering at the National Testing Agency’s decision to maintain them in September.
Since the information hit social websites, Twitter watched the hashtag #ResignNishankPokhriyal fad on Saturday morning. Writer and activist Hansraj Meena composed, Why, nobody at the current Govt. Increased voice for the pupil’s voice to postpone the ‘NEET-JEE’ examination?
The choice of schooling ministry to run the examinations, and also the SC’s verdict to encourage the Govt. Reveals the incompetent, inhuman character of Govt, worse than corona.”
What other ministers said on postponing NEET-JEE?
The NSUI wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to need their own postponement, mentioning the threat into the lives of pupils amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Kundan explained that the exercise wouldn’t just set the candidates’ lives in danger but also of people/parents accompanying them into the exam centers.
Additionally, the cycle won’t ever stop and just work as a catalyst, threatening more vulnerable lifestyles,” the NSUI pioneer stated.
Kundan contested the way the government would guarantee social distancing with such a high amount of individuals. “If it isn’t guaranteed correctly, it’ll be an invitation into a health hazard or a’man-made tragedy’, ” he explained.
The NSUI leader emphasized that public transportation, such as trains, stayed suspended because of the pandemic. In a situation like this, it’ll not be easy for pupils to travel as we watched following the launch of JEE hall tickets,” he explained.
Kundan explained that a few nations were combating a flooding crisis also. I humbly ask the Prime Minister to look into these prime concerns. I expect he will make the best choice, as pupils’ security is of utmost concern. Before, Swamy had spoken to Pokhriyal to the Subject.