JEE, NEET Exam 2020 News: 6 states knock SC door to postpone examination, appeal to reconsider decision

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Amid demand for postponement of JEE-NEET examination in the country, 6 states have filed a review petition in the Supreme Court and appealed to the Supreme Court to reconsider their decision.
Amid demand for postponement of JEE-NEET examination in the country, 6 states have filed a review petition in the Supreme Court and appealed to the Supreme Court to reconsider their decision.

JEE-NEET Exam 2020 News, During the Corona epidemic crisis, there is a ruckus about conducting NEET-JEE examination in the country. Students have also protested in many places about this. Meanwhile, 6 states of the country have approached the Supreme Court. 6 states have filed a review petition in the Supreme Court and have appealed to the Supreme Court to reconsider their decision.

West Bengal, Jharkhand in these 6 states. Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Punjab and Maharashtra are included. Ministers of these 6 states have filed petitions in the Supreme Court and sought to review the court’s August 17 order and postpone the JEE NEET to be held in September.

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Ministers of 6 states petitioned

The ministers of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Punjab and Maharashtra have filed the petition through advocate Sunil Fernandes. While the main petitioners were West Bengal Labor Minister Moloy Ghatak, Jharkhand Finance Minister Dr. Rameshwar Oraon, Rajasthan Health Minister Dr. Raghu Sharma, Chhattisgarh Planning Minister Amarjit Bhagat, Punjab Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu and Maharashtra Minister for Higher and Technical Education Uday Ravindra Samanta is included.

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States different stance

Different states have different attitude regarding conducting JEE and NEET examinations. On the one hand, while many states are ready to conduct examinations, some states are expressing inability to conduct examinations. While UP Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma has agreed to conduct the examinations with the Central Government, the Chief Minister of Jharkhand Hemant Soren has written a letter to Education Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank and demanded the postponement of the examination.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had said earlier this week that opposition-ruled states such as Maharashtra, Punjab, West Bengal, Jharkhand should collectively approach the Supreme Court to postpone the NEET, JEE main exams. Explain that the Supreme Court on 17 August rejected the petition seeking the postponement of the NEET and JEE examinations, which was to be held in September 2020, stating that the students’ careers were not endangered for long. can go.

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Congress protests

The Congress is protesting in many parts of the country today. A large number of Congress workers have gathered outside Shastri Bhavan in Delhi. Congress workers are also protesting in Chennai. Demonstrations are also taking place in Bengaluru and Ahmedabad. 

Letter written to PM Modi

Two factions have been formed across the country regarding the JEE-NEET examinations. One camp is against the exam and the other is in favor of conducting it. While the 6 non-BJP ruled states of the country have decided to go to the Supreme Court against conducting examinations in September. At the same time, more than 150 academicians from other countries and abroad have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and appealed that the examinations be stopped.

 

 

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