JEE Main 2020: NSUI demands re-examination for students who could not appear due to Covid-19

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JEE Main 2020-NSUI demands re-examination for students who could not appear due to Covid-19
JEE Main 2020-NSUI demands re-examination for students who could not appear due to Covid-19

JEE Main 2020: NSUI demands re-examination for students who could not appear due to Covid-19. With several centres reporting low attendance of Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Mains candidates that started from September 1, the National Students Union of India (NSUI) on Wednesday demanded re-examination for students who missed their chance to attend the entrance exam amid COVID-19 pandemic.

The Nationwide Testing Company (NTA) is scheduled to conduct the JEE between September 1 and 6. The NSUI accused the federal government of failing to supply a primary association to take college students to examination centres. “Because the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Mains kickstarted from September 1, 2020, solely round 65 per cent college students appeared for the examination, and plenty of centres within the nation reported meager attendance of lower than 45 per cent.

We demand a re-examination for the scholars who’ve missed their possibilities to attend the doorway examination due to the hasty transfer to conduct JEE and lack of planning from the federal government in offering the mandatory primary association to take college students to examination centres amidst this pandemic in order that a big majority of scholars won’t be missed out from this tutorial session,” the Congress college students wing stated in an announcement.

Criticising the government’s move to hold the JEE, the NSUI condemned the fact that the imposition of JEE despite the concerns and demand from the students’ community to postpone the examination considering the pandemic and post calamity situations has denied the “idea of equal opportunity to a larger section of students”.

It alleged that while the government claimed of providing adequate measures for the smooth conduct of examination and arrangements of transport facilities for the students, the low attendance indicates the failure of authority, because of which many students could not appear for the exam.

Earlier, NSUI National President Neeraj Kundan had demanded the government to arrange the transportation facilities for the students, especially coming from the rural areas. He has now urged the government to provide an opportunity to the students who had missed their chance because of the hasty move from the government to conduct the examination amidst the pandemic without arranging the necessary facilities

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