Government against JEE-NEET, but plans further tests in Rajasthan
JAIPUR: Over the next three months, the Rajasthan government will conduct various investigations amid a pandemic that is causing political turmoil in the state.

As the Congress Party protests against the central government’s move to hold JEE / NEET exams, more than 10 lakh students will appear in Rajasthan for exams such as D.El.Ed, a complementary recruitment of police officers, in the next three months. CBSE is also trying to hold an additional exam for around 1,000 students from September 6-13.

Although institutes that organize exams state that they take all necessary precautions, the risk is always there.

The authorities in Bikaner, which conduct D.El.Ed exams for more than 6 lakh students, said, “We have increased the number of examination centers and will keep two students two meters apart. Students are not allowed to participate.” and leave the premises in groups. ”

Similarly, the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) will conduct its supplementary examination work for the board exam September 3-12. Approximately 1.17 Lakh students will take the exams at 235 exam centers across the state.

G P Singh, Coordinator of Government Dungar College in Bikaner, who is conducting this year’s Rajasthan Pre-Teacher Eligibility Test (PTET), announced that the exam centers have been increased by 700 and will take place in the morning and evening shifts.

“More than 5 lakh students will be sitting for the exam, so it is a need to enlarge the centers and have the exam in two shifts. The date has not yet been set but we will make all the necessary arrangements,” said Singh.

On Friday, PCC President Govind Singh Dotasra criticized the central government’s move to continue NEET / JEE exams despite student protests.

Reacting to this statement, former Education Minister Vasudev Devnani said that it was pure hypocrisy by the Congress government, which, to their political advantage, was blind to the academic loss students would suffer.

“Just because Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided to continue the exam does not mean that the Congress Party has to protest on instructions from Sonia Gandhi. In Rajasthan, more than 6 lakh students for D.El.Ed. will not then become students of the Coronavirus exposed. In NEET only 1 lakh student will show up in Rajasthan with the rule to have 12 students in a room. Then what’s the harm? This is the hypocrisy of the Congress party, “Devnani said.


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