JEE, NEET 2020: Rajasthan CM Urges Center To Postpone Exams

JEE, NEET 2020: Rajasthan CM Urges Center To Postpone Exams

JEE, NEET 2020: Rajasthan CM Urges Center To Postpone Exams – Today, Rajasthan Chief Minister Mr. Ashok Gehlot urges to the center to postpone the examination of JEE, NEET, because. If the exams will be conducted in this pandemic, so it may cause students as well as other citizens’ health.

Also, lakhs of parents and students also are concerned about their health. And continuously they are also raising their voice to postpone these examinations.

In a video, the chief minister of Rajasthan said that the whole country is infected with the COVID-19 and daily thousands of cases are rising. SO in this situation, it is not right to conduct the examination as students’ health is more important.

He also said “The Centre has to take immediate action because very few days are left. All the state governments will not hesitate to postpone this examination, considering the health of parents and children as well as their feelings. The government has to take the decision sensitively and postpone the examination.

JEE, NEET is the all India national level exams where lakhs of students participate and give exams. So that it may cause the spread of virus more fastly in the whole country. He said.

Well, JEE exams will be begin from September 1, while NEET exams from September 13.

Conclusion

There is no clear clarification or reply from the side of the Centre. Everyone including many state CM’s urges to the center to postpone these examinations. JEE, NEET 2020: Rajasthan CM Urges Center To Postpone Exams

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