JEE NEET 2020 Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank says Majority of students want exams. Every day, I get innumerable mails from the silent majority. The parents are students say that they are under stress and preparing for jee neet 2020 exams for the last two to three years. And that they don’t want a zero academic year. They have been seriously preparing for the exams since January and the past two years. My request to all parents and students is to have faith in us about the safety of the examination centres,” the minister told .
JEE NEET 2020 Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank says Majority of students want exams
On being asked if the exams can be moved ahead by another 30 to 60 days, Nishank said there was no certainty about the pandemic’s end. The solution therefore is to move on with precautions, he said. Responding to a question on some students accusing the government of being inconsiderate over the plight of students. The education minister said that they were very empathetic and considerate to the cause of the students. Academic year is very important, and a zero academic year will cause tremendous loss to the students.
chief minister of 6 states decide to petition for jee neet 2020
Meanwhile, chief ministers of 6 states and UTs met on Wednesday. And decided to file a review petition against the previous order before the Supreme Court. Nishank said it “pains” to see that education is becoming politicised. I request my colleagues across the political spectrum to abide by the orders of the honorable Supreme Court, he said.
Leaving the politics aside, I would like to share that, a total of 7.41 lakh candidates out of 8.58 lakh appearing for JEE have downloaded admit cards. Only 332 candidates have requested for change of their centre cities, which are being considered positively. In reference to NEET, a total of 6.84 lakh candidates (out of a total of 15.97 lakh) have downloaded the admit cards in the first five hours,” he told.