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NEET, JEE Exams 2020: Students and parents want the exam to be conducted - Education Minister

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Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has responded on behalf of the central government on the choice to conduct an all-India examination for engineering and medical courses amid the Corona epidemic. Nishank has said that 'parents and students are constantly pressing for conducting the exam, people want the exam to be conducted'.


The Joint Entrance Test (JEE) for admission to the Indian Institute of Technology and therefore the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to medical courses are scheduled to be held next month. But, amidst the corona virus epidemic, there's a requirement from many political parties to postpone the examination of NEET-JEE.


'80 percent students have downloaded admit card'
In an interview to DD News, Nishank said that "80 percent of the scholars appearing for JEE have already downloaded the admit card. We are under constant pressure from parents and students, they're asking that we JEE and Why not allowing NEET. the scholars were very worried. it absolutely was on their mind that how long they might just continue preparing? "

Nishank said that "Out of 8.58 lakh students registered for JEE, 7.25 lakh candidates have downloaded their admit cards ... We are with the scholars. they must be protected first, then their education."

On the difficulty of opening of the varsity, the Education Minister said that 'a decision are taken supported the rules given by the Ministry of Home Affairs and Health. it's to be noted


that the National Testing Agency is fully prepared to conduct the JEE Main and NEET exams. The JEE Main exam are held from September 1 to September 6, while the NEET exam (NEET 2020) are going to be survived September 13.

All the foundations of social distancing are stated within the admit card of the scholars to avoid corona infection. All students, faculty and staff must follow the foundations of social distancing at the examination center. All students must maintain a distance of six feet. the scholars, faculty members and staff will undergo thermal screening before entering the examination center.

Students whose temperature is below 37.4C / 99.4F are going to be allowed to travel to the examination center. A separate room has been arranged for people who will have high fever or temperature, within which they'll be ready to sit and take the exam.

Also, to avoid corona infection, students appearing for JEE and NEET will should wear masks and hand gloves and carry a private bottle of water and hand sanitizer to the examination center.

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