NEET, JEE 2020 Postponement Plea Dismissed By Supreme Court: Exams Be Held As Per Schedule

NEET, JEE 2020 Postponement Plea Dismissed By Supreme Court: Exams Be Held As Per Schedule

NEET, JEE 2020 Postponement Plea Dismissed By Supreme Court: Recently we updated you about the NEET, JEE 2020 exams postponement which is pending to be announced by the supreme court.

So now the supreme court announced that the NEET, JEE 2020 exams postponement plea dismissed and the exams will be held as per the scheduled.

Because many parents mostly from Gujrat plea to the supreme court that if these exams will be postponed so the students take stress and depression. That’s why the postponement of these exams will be dismissed.

The major reason for dismissing the postponement plea is the students. Supreme court says that life of students cannot be put on hold due to this pandemic or this virus. That’s why we have to continue the process and the exams will be held as per the schedule.

For Which Month Exams Will Be Scheduled For? 

Now, the main question which are confusing students that what is the schedule for the exams. Well, there is no exact date is declared, but it is confirmed that the exams will be held on next month means on September.

When Will Admit Card Relaease?

The next question of every student who has to give the NEET, JEE exams is that when will Admit Card release. So, the process is, that before 15 days of exams the admit card has to be released. But now there is no confirmation of admit card release.

But it is expected that it will be released today. However, the admit card will be released on their official website jeemain.nta.nic.in

Conclusion

Overall, the good news is for the students and also for those parents who plea for not to postponed the exams to supreme court. NEET, JEE 2020 Postponement Plea Dismissed By Supreme Court

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