NSUI Files Petition in Karnataka High Court To Postpone KCET – Get Details Here. The National Students Union of India (NSUI), has filed a petition in Karnataka High Court to postpone the Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) which is scheduled to begin from July 30. Nearly 1.94 lakh students have enrolled for this entrance exam. Follow us to get regular updates.
NSUI’s KCET Postponement Petition Details:
The National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) is the student wing of the Indian National Congress, established on 9 April 1971. The organization was founded by Indira Gandhi after merging Kerala Students Union and West Bengal State Chhatra Parishad to form a national students’ organization.
NSUI Karnataka informed its petition via its social media handle that “NSUI Karnataka has filed a PIL in the respected High Court of Karnataka requesting to intervene and postpone KCET exams which is scheduled to conduct on July 30 and July 31.”
The Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA) released the admit card for the exam on July 17. The demand for postponement of the Karnataka Common Entrance Test (KCET) 2020 is growing louder on social media platform Twitter, amid growing coronavirus cases in the state.
Earlier, Dr. Ashwathnarayan said that “At least 1.94 lakh students have enrolled for the entrance exam and students arriving from other states and countries will have a 96 hours quarantine exemption. Students who are from containment zones or are Covid-19 positive will be allowed to appear for KCET in separate rooms”.
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