West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee

The Mamata Banerjee administration in West Bengal lifted the lockdown on September 12, taking into account the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test, which is scheduled a day later.

“On September 11th and 12th, GoWB announced a nationwide blockage. In view of the NEET 2020 exam scheduled for the 13th, we have received numerous requests from the student community to lift the blocking norms on the 12th to make it easier to travel to exam centers. Taking into account their interest and maintaining the September 11th nationwide lockdown, it was decided to lift the September 12th lockdown so that students can take the exam on September 13th without any concerns or concerns. I wish you all the best, ”Banerjee tweeted less than an hour ago.

Earlier, the Prime Minister had said that almost 75% of candidates would not be able to take the joint entrance exam on September 1 because of the September 1 pandemic.

The state government had enforced the lock on six days in August. The first lockdown of the month was enforced on September 7th.

The Kolkata Metro has also decided to run 66 trains on Sunday so NEET candidates can easily reach the exam centers.


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