Rahul Gandhi.(PTI)

Congress Director Rahul Gandhi wanted students to show up for the NEET medical entrance exam on Sunday, while expressing his condolences to those who were unable to take it due to the COVID-19 pandemic and floods.

He also criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying he wished the Prime Minister was concerned about the JEE-NEET aspirants.

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“My best wishes to the students who show up for the NEET exam and my condolences to those who were unable to take it due to the Covid pandemic and floods. I wish Modi ji was just as concerned about JEE-NEET aspirants and students as he was about his Crony capitalist friends, ”he said on Twitter.

Gandhi and his Congress party called for the NEET and JEE exams to be postponed, saying the situation was not conducive to conducting these exams due to the pandemic. He also said that taking the exams at such a time will put your life at risk.

Over 15 lakh candidates are expected to appear in NEET on Sunday, which is being done under strict precautions in view of the COVID1-9 pandemic.

The National Testing Agency (NTA), which runs the exam, said in order to maintain social distance it has increased the number of exam centers from originally planned 2,546 to 3,843, while reducing the number of candidates per room from 24 to 12 .

The crucial national aptitude test (NEET), which, unlike the JEE technical entrance exam, is a pen and paper-based test, has already been postponed twice in view of the COVID-19 pandemic. The exam was originally scheduled for May 3, but has been postponed to July 26 and then to September 13.

A total of 15.97 lakh candidates have registered for the exam.


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