🔥 Is the situation bad due to flooding in NEET-JEE exam centers? Old images of Uttarakhand, UP and Bihar floods go viral with false claims Are the flood centers filled with JEE exam centers starting today? Do you know the truth that the photo with this claim went viral
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- JEE exam for admission as an engineer from September 1st in the event of protests
- The NEET exam for medical college admission will take place on September 13th
What is viral: Some photos go viral on social media. In the photo, there was waterlogging in the streets and houses due to heavy rainfall. It is claimed that these photos were taken from NEET and JEE exam centers. While sharing the photo, the government will be asked on social media how the exam will be conducted, if that is the condition of the exam centers.
The JEE network for admission to engineering colleges across the country begins Tuesday. This exam should take place by September 6th. At the same time, NEET will be for admission to medical colleges on September 13th.
Parents are upset about these two tests that take place in between corona infections. At the same time, the students had consistently asked the government to postpone the exam. In the meantime, however, many misleading claims are being made about these exams on social media.
Four photos go viral
1. First photo
These pictures were shared on social media last week, with allegations of waterlogging in the exam center.
This photo makes it clear that it does not come from the Corona period. Nobody wears a mask. Public transport also seems to be in operation. Public transport is currently closed in most states.
3. Third photo
There are two reasons why people constantly refuse to take the JEE exam. First, cases of rapidly growing corona across the country. And secondly, the flood situation in many parts of the country.
4. Fourth photo
As states like Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Assam and Chhattisgarh are currently exposed to flooding. Hence, users share the claims of waterlogging in exam centers as true.
Message goes viral with photos
This is the state of the exam centers and the government. wants to conduct exams
Hindi translation – This is the state of the exam centers and the government wants to take the exam.
Claims are made on social media
Investigation of fact-checking
Four photos go viral and tell the exam centers of NEET and JEE. We started checking each photo individually, then a whole different truth came out.
Truth of the first photo
Reverse Searching Photos on Google Some Media report Came out which shows the photo is of the rain in Allahabad. The ML Convent School, which is hidden in the photo, belongs to Allahabad. The news website does not mention what time the news is. However, Prayagraj’s old name is spelled “Allahabad” on the news.
The government of Uttar Pradesh approved the renaming of Allahabad to Prayagraj in October 2018. Since then, the name of the city has also been written in media reports in Prayagraj. It is clear that the first photo to go viral is over two years old and unrelated to the NEET-JEE exam.
Truth of the second photo
Three year old on the News18 website Photo story is. The story includes photos from major events across the country on August 29, 2017. Here we have the second photo. Which are known as NEET-JEE exam centers. Actually this photo is from flooding in Mumbai.
Truth of the Third Photo
4th August 2019 on Dainik Jagran’s website news It shows that this photo is from the Haridwar floods last year.
Truth of the fourth photo
Dainik Jagran also has the same thing when searching backwards for the fourth photo news Came in front of us In this message of July 9, 2019, the photo was told of rain in Patna.
The conclusion:: JEE-NEET The images shared by UP exam centers show flooding in UP, Bihar, Uttarakhand and Maharashtra. Based on old photographs, it is misleadingly claimed that the examination centers are flooded.