NEET, JEE 2020 – Digvijaya urges central govt, SC to postpone exams. Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh has asked the Supreme Court and the central government to defer the NEET and JEE exams in view of the coronavirus pandemic situation. Due to the rise in the cases of coronavirus in India, Digvijayay Singh has asked the government to postpone these exams for the safety of the students. Stay with us to get daily updates.
“I request honourable HRD Minister at the Centre and the Supreme Court to reconsider this decision as we also have to secure the future of children,” the Rajya Sabha MP stated.
In his statement, Digvijaya Singh said, “I pray to you with folded hands to postpone the exams for at least 3-6 months. When the coronavirus graph starts flattening or the number of cases starts reducing, then you can hold these exams through physical distancing.”
The All India Students Association (AISA) has written to all chief ministers, urging them to invoke the State Disaster Management Act to postpone or cancel the NEET and JEE exams scheduled next month.
Supreme Court rejected the plea to postpone the entrance examinations any further. Now many political leaders including Subramaniam Swamy, Rahul Gandhi, Uddhav Thackeray, Mamata Banerjee have asked Centre to postpone exams.
The education ministry had made it clear that there will be no second thought over the holding of the NEET, JEE Main 2020 examinations on the scheduled date as it is an issue of the students’ career.
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