Country stands with government decision to conduct JEE, NEET exams: Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank
NEW DELHI: The country faces the central government’s decision to hold the main joint entrance examination (JEE), the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), said Union Minister of Education Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank.

He was also satisfied with the test centers that are willing to follow the guidelines issued by the relevant ministry for the smooth execution of the test.

“The pressure from the students was that their careers would not be compromised for a year. So, in the interests of the students, I decided to continue the exam. If the students don’t want their year to be wasted, they should.” I am glad that the country is working with the government on this decision. ”

“I had asked the students if they wanted their year to be wasted and if all the places were wasted? Why should we take the country back by a year? When we have to face the strange circumstances for students preparing for the exam We would do this for 2 to 3 years. For those students who prepare that long, it is time that they were given the chance to prove it, ”he said.

Pokhriyal also said, “I said that the exam must be taken at all costs as the future of the students is our main concern. You see, in 5 hours, many students have downloaded the ticket. This shows that the students really want that the exam takes place. ” ” he added.

Pokhriyal said that student participation in the JEE exam is more or less the same as last year, and I thank the officials from the Ministry of Education and the CMs for their support and preparation for the smooth running of the exam.


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