🔥 JEE-NEET 2020 updates | The NTA Committee will review the situation during the review and will report to the Ministry of Personnel Development on Friday The NEET – NTA Committee is reviewing to postpone JEE 2020 and will submit its report to the Ministry of Personnel Development tomorrow
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- Candidates – Judging by parents’ request and current circumstances
- Parents living in Middle Eastern countries wanted to set up testing centers abroad.
Minister of Personnel Development, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, provided information about the JEE and NEET exams on the social media platform Twitter. The Union Minister of Education has tweeted that an NTA committee is reviewing the situation with regard to NEET and JEE exams. Instructions have already been given to the NTA in this regard. The committee will then submit its report to the Ministry by tomorrow or Friday.
The students are asking to postpone the exam
He said this decision was made in view of the request and the current circumstances of the candidates and their parents who appear in NEET and JEE exams. This committee will review the status of NEET and JEE audits, assess all circumstances, and submit its report by tomorrow. After that, a concrete decision regarding the NEET and JEE exams can be made.
Petition filed for review
Given the increasing number of coronaviruses, students have also launched a social media campaign. On the other hand, parents of students from Middle Eastern countries have applied to the Supreme Court to set up exam centers abroad or to postpone the exam. JEE Main will take place from July 18th to 23rd and NEET on July 26th.
Consider the prevailing circumstances and requests from students and parents for whom you appear #JEE & #NEET Exams, a committee consisting of @DG_NTA & other experts were advised to review the situation and send their recommendations to @HRDMinistry No later than tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/xByKLUqAIc
– DR.Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) July 2, 2020