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

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

Medical and engineering students from across the country are demanding the postponement of JEE Mains and NEET 2020 exams. Amid the constant spike in coronavirus cases. Taking the social media by storm students are asking authorities to put on hold. And this for upcoming JEE Main 2020, NEET 2020 and JEE Advanced 2020 exams.

The students, through their demands, have cited the risk to contract the COVID-19 infection. In case they are require to travel to exam centers and stay in hostels.

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

A number of students have posted videos, wherein they are requesting the postponement of JEE Mains and NEET 2020 exams. Students have cited the risks to themselves and to their family members. And have said travelling and meeting other students would give larger room for the COVID-19 to expand.

Some students are staying in containment zones. Which poses a greater risk if they require to travel for exams.

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Meanwhile, a parents’ body has moved to the Supreme Court with a plea for the Court to ensure that the JEE Main and NEET 2020 exams scheduled for September¬† not postponed further, the Bar and Bench reported.

According to the report, the plea under Article 32 was moved by the Gujarat Parents Association who said that any further postponement of exams will have an adverse impact, especially the loss of the academic year for the students of 2020-21 batch.

This plea comes after a different parents’ body had written to the MHRD that the exams must be postponed keeping in mind the COVID-19 situation in the country.

Last week, 11 students from 11 states had moved to the Supreme Court for the postponement of the exams scheduled to conduct in September.

Using ‘#JeeNeetPostpone‘, students have posted their demands on Twitter.