The Minister of Education wishes the NEET candidates all the best
NEW DELHI: The Union’s Minister of Education, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, sent his best wishes to candidates for the National Aptitude Test (NEET) on Sunday.

The minister hopes that similar to the JEE exam, NEET candidates will also follow all COVID-19 guidelines and write their exams with patience, self-control and confidence.

“I wish all the best to all NEET candidates who will take the exam today. I believe that NEET candidates, like JEE candidates, will also follow Corona guidelines and write their exam with complete patience, self-control and self-confidence.” said the minister (roughly translated from Hindi).

Pokhriyal also paid tribute to state governments for following the health guidelines issued by the center and taking compliant precautions in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“All state governments have taken precautions in accordance with the health guidelines issued by the Indian government and thank all states for this. I wish all the best of all NEET candidates again!” he added.

NEET takes place across the country on Sunday. Over 15 Lakh candidates have registered for the Bachelor exam.


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