Six ministers from opposition-ruled states are asking the SC to review the order of NEET, JEE
NEW DELHI: Six ministers from opposition-ruled states on Friday asked the Supreme Court to review its order allowing the center to conduct NEET and JEE entrance exams this year as part of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic .

The reason for the review was submitted by ministers from West Bengal (Moloy Ghatak), Jharkhand (Rameshwar Oraon), Rajasthan (Raghu Sharma), Chhattisgarh (Amarjeet Bhagat), Punjab (BS Sidhu) and Maharashtra (Uday Ravindra Sawant).

The plea was brought by attorney Sunil Fernandes.

On August 17, the Supreme Court refused to intervene in conducting medical and engineering entrance exams. NEET and JEE are supposed to take place in September and say that life must go on and that students must not lose a precious year due to the pandemic.

The Apex Court had dismissed a plea by Sayantan Biswas requesting an order for the National Testing Agency (NTA), which conducts both the NEET and JEE tests, to be postponed, stating that the plea ” absolutely “unfounded.


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