Postpone JEE and NEET 2020

Postpone JEE and NEET 2020

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Stating that on an average more than 15,000 cases are being reported daily and a total number of infected cases crossed over 4.90 lakh ."The most important question to be asked is who will take responsibility if, God forbid, anything happens to any student.

NEET 2020, to be held on July 26, for which nearly 16 lakh students will appear. “This doesn’t affect the lives of only students, it will have a direct impact on the health and safety of the whole nation considering the nature of the Coronavirus.

Stating that students can act as a carrier of COVID-19, citing transport and health of those coming from containment zones, lack of online resources as key reasons, I appeal to the Ministry to hold the exam only when the COVID-19 peak in India reduces. I also request the government to “frame guidelines to compensate for the loss and the mental anguish that the students have had to go through due to the pandemic, in terms of marks, giving more time for preparation and any other way the government finds suitable.”

Not just JEE and NEET, government should come up with uniform guidelines for all entrance exams for students across the country.

Hope that  the government of India will understand the dangerous consequences which can take place .

From the day coronavirus started, the governments first priority was to save the students. Hope that the government will carry on the same priority.

India will definitely win over coronavirus

Jai Hind Jai Bharat������ 

                              -Ajay Kumar Yadav