JEE, NEET Exams: Student's Lawyers Write Letter To Prime Minister

JEE, NEET Exams: Student’s Lawyers Write Letter To Prime Minister

NEET, JEE Exams: Student’s Lawyers Write Letter To Prime Minister Seeking Postponement of Exams: As recently, Supreme Court of India announced that the exams of JEE, NEET will be done as per schedule and there is no postponement of these exams.

So, yesterday the lawyer of students write a letter requesting for the postponement of JEE, NEET exams. And not only to our Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi but a letter was also sent to the Education Minister Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’

Well, In the letter Mr. Shrivastava mentioned so many points which are against the exams now. He said that exams not be conducted in September and has to be postponed.

Also he told in a letter about the effect of this pandemic and mentioned various points like if exams will happen on next month so the health of students can be on risk.

And also said that exams can be conducted after the few months when the situation of this pandemic will be in under control. Now, he is planning to submit another letter to the NHRC

Well, apart from this, the schedule for the JEE main exam will of September 1 to September 6. And these exams will be conducted online.

You can read the tweet of Mr. Shrivastav which he tweeted yesterday and gave the information of sending letter to PMO.


Well, now there is no reply from the side of PMO but soon they will definitely reply to the letter and final decision will be taken. NEET, JEE Exams: Student’s Lawyers Write Letter To Prime Minister Seeking Postponement of Exams

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