Nishank said- If there is further delay in JEE Mains, NEET examinations, the entire academic session will be zero

Nishank said- If there is further delay in JEE Mains, NEET examinations, the entire academic session will be zero

Nishank said- If there is further delay in JEE Mains, NEET examinations, the entire academic session will be zeroNishank said- If there is further delay in JEE Mains NEET examinations, the entire academic session will be zero. There is also a big question between the Corona demand for the postponement of JEE Mains and NEET. And fierce opposition from opposition parties, can the examinations not be conducted any other way. Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank also considered it. But it is difficult to arrange reliable centers and computers for these exams in this difficult time.

Education Minister Nishank said- will improve digital infrastructure across the country

However, keeping in mind the interests of the student. Such arrangements will made about the examinations in the coming years. In the coming times, we will improve the digital infrastructure across the country. And enable the education sector technically. Education Minister Nishank was said on Saturday.

Political parties wake up on an issue for the first time: Nishank

Meanwhile, taking a sharp dig at the opposition from the opposition parties. He said that it is a pleasure that for the first time, the opposition has awakened to an issue in time. But keeping in view the educational interests of the students, they should raise this issue above politics Must see.

Nishank said – no more delay in initiation is possible

Nothing happens by making a video, rather it should be understood seriously keeping in mind the future of the students. Further delays in examinations are not possible as the next batch is also ready for the exam and in such situations the situation may get worse.

Education Minister said- due to corona, students’ careers cannot be at stake

The Education Minister said that the corona epidemic has spread all over the world, but because of this we cannot put education and students’ careers at stake. As PM Narendra Modi has also said that we have to move forward and fight this epidemic, so we are moving forward with the same thinking. If the examinations delayed too much, the entire academic session would be zero. Because of which the problem can be bigger.

Education Minister said – Entrance examinations were held in China and Germany leaving behind the fear of corona

He said that entrance examinations have conducted in foreign countries such as Gaokhao in China and Abitur in Germany leaving behind the fear of Corona. In our country too, we will have to conduct GEE and NEET by continuing our war against this epidemic. The National Testing Agency is aware of the entire situation and was taking the decision with caution. For this reason, JEE has postponed twice and now it done between 1 to 6 September. Neet is also postpone twice and is going to be on September 13.

Nishank said – Guidelines have been issued for the safety and health of students

Nishank said that as far as the safety and health of students is concerned, the National Testing Agency has taken all measures for this. Guidelines have issued keeping in view the recommendations of the Committee of High Level Medical Experts.