Opposition political parties have opened a front with some students to postpone the JEE Mains and NEET examinations, but the enhanced steps of the National Testing Agency (NTA) are not going to stop now. The NTA has clarified that after the Supreme Court’s directive, no change in examinations is possible now. It will be on fixed dates.
NTA releases NEET admit card, more than five and a half lakh students downloaded
NTA has also issued the admit card of NEET. More than five and a half lakh students have also downloaded within four hours of its release.
Students postponing examinations are getting support from political parties
A class of students is opening a front demanding the postponement of the examinations. Which is also getting support from Congress and other opposition political parties. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi also targeted the government on Wednesday by tweeting. And demanded from the government that a solution should be found by negotiating with all the parties. Earlier, states like Maharashtra, Odisha, West Bengal and Delhi have demanded postponement of examinations.
Private educational institutions will benefit from exam cancellation : Ministry of Education
On the other hand, sources in the Ministry of Education believe that those who are seeking to postpone or cancel the examinations, they want to benefit a section running private educational institutions. There is not much time left in the session and in such a situation, if the examination is postponed, then private institutions may get an opportunity to give arbitrary admission.
JEE Mains examinations will be held from September 1 to 6 and NEET exams will be on September 13.
It is worth mentioning that under the current scheme, JEE Mains examinations are to be held on September 1-6 and NEET will be held on 13th September.
If exams are postponed due to Corona, it will be impossible to start a new session: NTA
However, the NTA says that these exams have been deferred twice on the demand of those who are demanding to postpone these exams citing corona infection, but now it is not possible to postpone these exams. , Because after this it will be impossible for educational institutions to start a new session. In such a situation, this year of students will be bad. Which most students and parents do not want.
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Only 12 students will be seated in one room in NEET exam
NTA Director General Vineet Joshi said that as far as the safety of Corona infection is concerned, he will fully follow the security instructions issued by the government. Its preparations have also been completed. The number of examination centers has been increased. At the same time, only 12 students will be seated in one room in NEET exam. Till now 25 students were seated in one room.
Children are called in different shifts in JEE Mains exam
On the other hand, JEE Mains examination which is completely computer based, children have also been called in different shifts. Also, numbering of computers has also been done. Under this, in one shift there will be an examination on an even numbered computer, while in the second shift there will be an examination on an odd numbered computer.
Special arrangements will be made to deal with the crowds at the examination centers
The NTA, meanwhile, has also made elaborate arrangements to prevent the crowds at the examination centers. In which the incoming parents of the students will not be allowed to stand near the examination center. At the same time, students will be admitted to the examination centers only. Also, they will be allowed to exit one after the exam is over. For this, a separate team will be deployed at each center towards NTA.
Admit cards of students will be passed
Meanwhile, if a student’s home is a cantonment area, he will also be allowed to go out. Also, his admit card will be considered a pass. Meanwhile, only the orders issued by officers posted at the examination centers will be considered with them. States have been asked to make special arrangements for better movement of students.