🔥 JEE Main 2020 Updates | The Bombay Supreme Court refuses to postpone the trial. Students from the flood-affected area can contact the NTA if they fail to take the exam, but the Bombay Supreme Court refuses to postpone the exam. Flood victims can contact the NTA if they fail to take the exam
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On Tuesday, the Nagpur Bank of the Bombay Supreme Court issued an important ruling and refused to postpone the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) main court. The High Court stated that students living in flood-affected parts of the Vidarbha area of Maharashtra who are unable to reach the exam center or are late can apply for the exam with the National Testing Agency (NTA). A bank of judges, Ravi Deshpande and Pushpa Ganediwala, said the NTA would review such requests and decide upon them after verifying that they were correct.
Students can apply through the center coordinator
The court said that the aggrieved student can apply to the NTA through his central coordinator. In fact, Nitesh Bawankar, who is from Bhandara District, filed a motion to adjourn the exam because the students were experiencing problems in flood-affected parts of Nagpur, Amravati, Akola, Chandrapur, Gondia and Gadchiroli districts. This petition was considered by the Supreme Court on Monday.
The exams started today
At the same time, the JEE Main 2020 exams across the country began today. The examination of the first shift of this examination in two shifts is finished, afterwards the examination in the second shift is carried out from 3 o’clock. Today the examination for B.Arch and B.Planning will take place, while from tomorrow most of the candidates for admission to B.Tech and B.E. This exam will be held in 660 exam centers across the country through September 6. This year, around 8.5 lakh registered candidates from across the country are taking this exam.