Greta Thunberg and Chetan Bhagat support the call to postpone NEET, JEE Main 2020
Despite growing protests from students calling for the cancellation of the joint entrance exam or the JEE (Main) and the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET (UG), and inquiries from state governments, activists and political leaders, the National Testing Agency (NTA) confirmed Tuesday that the JEE main and NEET exams will be held according to the schedule. The JEE (Main) and NEET (UG) exams take place on September 1st to 6th and September 13th.
Swedish teen climate change activist Greta Thunberg tweeted on Tuesday: “It is deeply unfair that Indian students are being asked to take national exams during the COVID-19 pandemic and while millions are being hit by the extreme floods. I stand. I stand.” to their reputation. ” to #PostponeJEE_NEETinCOVID. “Here is the tweet.
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The NTA issued a notice that read, “The Hon’ble Supreme Court has ordered, among other things, that the prayer made for the postponement of the exam in question in relation to NEET UG-2020, as well as for the postponement of the exam in question, contains absolutely no justification JEE (Main) April 2020 “
“The number of test centers has also increased from 570 to 660 (in the case of JEE Main) and from 2546 to 3843 (in the case of NEET (UG) 2020). JEE (Main) is Computer Based Test (CBT) and NEET (UG ) is a pen-based test. Also, in the case of JEE (Main), the number of layers has been increased from 8 to 12, and the number of candidates per layer has been reduced from 1.32 lakh to 85,000, “says the Message.
Chetan Bhagat wrote on his Twitter: “I think a vaccine is coming up and expected in a few months. Maybe NEET and JEE could be postponed until then and see the situation in early 2021. Entrance exams are causing enough fear anyway and adding Covid Fear of it is not necessary. “