NEET, JEE Postponement: Parents Say Delay Would Cause Stress Among Students

NEET, JEE Postponement: Parents Say Delay Would Cause Stress Among Students

NEET, JEE Postponement: Parents Say Delay Would Cause Stress Among Students – Lakhs of students are waiting for the declaration of JEE and NEET exams. Well, today means on 17 August 2020, the Supreme Court address the postponement of JEE examination and also petition requesting for no delays in these examinations.

Also, it is expected that NTA will soon release the admit card for the JEE Main 2020 exams. And those admit card will be released on their official website jeemain.nta.nic.in. Also, the expectation is that NTA will release admit card of examination today.

Students and Parents are noting that NTA is delaying the releasing of Admit Card as like Supreme Court case. 

Because of this, parents are saying that the delaying of the examination makes stress among students.

NEET, JEE 2020 Exam, Case For Postponement 

Recently, the petition filed for the postponement of the JEE and NEET Exams arguing that due to increase casses in the country and because of this pandemic these Exams should be postponed. And when the situtaion of country will be in under control then exams will have to continue.

NEET, JEE 2020 Exam, Case Against For Postponement 

Now, some people specially some parents and guardians file petition against the postponement of exams. Gujrat Parents, are saying that if these exams will postpone so students take stress and it can cause health issues also. 

Well, the admit card are expected to be released before 15 days of the JEE, NEET exams. 

Conclusion

So, today Supreme Court will announce the final decision that exams will postpone or not. NEET, JEE Postponement

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