NEET JEE Main 2020: Lockdown escalates in several states chances of postponement of exam increased waiting for updates on admit card

NEET JEE MAINS NEWS JeeNeetPostpone trends on Twitter as students continue to demand postponement of exams

NEET JEE Main 2020: Lockdown escalates in several states chances of postponement of exam increased waiting for updates on admit card. With the increase in lockdown in many states, doubts over the JEE main and Neet exams have increased more.

The lockdown in states like Maharashtra, Nagaland, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu has increased till July 31. Students from all these states have intensified the demand for avoiding engineering entrance examination JEE main and medical entrance test Neet. Further, the central government has also issued a guideline of unlock 2 which came into effect from 1st July. According to this, the Metro will remain closed till July 31 and the conveyor zone is tightened. 

NEET JEE Main 2020: Lockdown escalates in several states chances of postponement of exam increased waiting for updates on admit cardNEET JEE Main 2020: Lockdown escalates in several states chances of postponement of exam increased waiting for updates on admit card

The hash tag on Twitter has been further aggravated by the #PostponeNEETandJEE since the cbse 10th 12th test was cancelled. Students are constantly demanding that the health of students cannot be endangered in case of corona infection. The examination should be postponed. The nto and the Ministry of Human Resource Development should not delay the announcement. The students are also tagging the HRD Ministry, PMO in their tweets. 

According to MHRD sources, the round of frequent meetings on the examination is continuing. All aspects are being taken care of in the meeting. A number of instructions have been given to nta. It is reported that the government can take a decision on the medical entrance test Neet and engineering entrance examination JEE Main in a couple of days. The National Testing Agency (NTA) and the Ministry of Human Resource Development can soon issue updates on these examinations.