The Supreme Court rejected three petitions on Wednesday that sought, among other things, to postpone NEET citing Covid 19 and to make it easier for candidates to be in safe zones to write the exam.
A bank headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan said that similar petitions were dismissed by the Supreme Court on August 28, and the court’s review of the motion against the ruling had also been denied.
“All precautions have been taken. It’s all over. The request for review was also denied, ”noted the bank.
On August 28, the Apex Court rejected a similar plea by students requesting postponement of the joint entrance examination (JEE) and NEET 2020 scheduled for September. “Life must go on,” the Supreme Court had noted when it dismissed this case.
The main JEE exam was carried out as planned from September 1st to 6th.
A petition to review the August 28 ruling by six ministers from non-BJP countries was also rejected by the Apex Court on September 4.
NEET is scheduled to take place on September 13th