🔥 Student Response to NEET / Students Said: – Take a survey on the NTA website. You will know how many children want to take the exam. | Take a survey on the NTA website. You will know how many children want to take the exam.
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- Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyan Nishank said in an interview: Silent wants to take majority exams
The Joint Entrance Test (JEE) Mains, the largest test in the country for admission to engineering school, will take place this time from September 1st to 6th. At the same time, the NEET UG exam for admission to medical universities will take place on September 13th. In the midst of the corona epidemic, students and parents are constantly resisting these two investigations.
#PostponeNEET_JEEinCovid was in the top 5 on social media on Thursday. By 12:30 p.m., more than 1.26 lakh students had protested against the exam using this Hashtech. Apart from that, another hashtag #AntiStudentNarendraModi against the exam was also trending. More than 6 lakh users have tweeted with this hashtag so far.
Education minister said Silent wanted majority examination, angry students
In an interview on Wednesday, the Union’s Minister of Education, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, said that the silent majority of students would like the exam to be taken. Nishank also said that I get tons of mail every day from students who say nothing on the subject. In any case, they do not want this year to be declared a zero year.
A large number of students responded to the Education Minister’s request for a silent majority. Students say that polls on the NTA website will tell you how many students are and how many are not for the exam. Many students have even started to query each other on Twitter.
Students showing infection data said: – Do not put your life at risk
The number of patients infected with covid-19 in the country has exceeded 33.11 lakh. On Wednesday there was a record of 75,000 995 cases. These are the highest in a day. Previously, on August 22nd, a maximum of 70,000 67 people were found infected. Students who tweeted against the NEET / JEE exam and tweeted coronavirus infection statistics told the government not to put our lives at risk.
There is no money to go to the exam center, no ration for four months
A video of a student preparing for NEET / JEE goes viral on social media. It can be seen that the student lost his father’s job due to the corona epidemic. Rationing is also not possible in-house. 10,000 fares are charged for reaching the examination center. He is currently unable to pay this fare.