Postponement of NEET UG 2021: Pressure on Central Government and National Testing Agency (NTA) to postpone the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Undergraduate (NEET-UG) 2021, over 1400 students have filed an online petition on to demand has signed on. Postponement of NEET 2021. On the other hand, NTA has said that the exam will be conducted as per the schedule. Also Read – NTA NEET-UG 2021 Big Update: Admit Card Expected Soon at; Medical entrance exam likely to be held as scheduled

Signing the petition, the students said that the date of the undergraduate medical entrance exam is clashing with that of several other state and national level UG entrance exams and CBSE’s private exams. To avoid this clash, and to keep enough time for NEET-UG 2021 preparation, they are urging the government to postpone the exam from September 12 to October. Also Read – Demand to postpone NEET-UG 2021: ‘Keep a window’ of 7-14 days’, NSUI urges Education Minister to reconsider conducting medical entrance exam

It has been said in the online petition that NEET UG 2021 should be postponed till October. “We request the Education Minister and NTA to take a wise decision to postpone the NEET exam till October for the mental stress and safety of the students and so that every NEET aspirant has an equal chance to perform well during this difficult time. meet.” The petitioner said. Also Read – Trend Of #JusticeforNEETUGAspirants On Twitter NEET 2021 To Be Held As Scheduled After Officials Confirm

Apart from this online petition, there are several other online campaigns running on social media platforms with a complaint that the date is clashing with other exams.

However, despite demands from students and seniors, the National Testing Agency (NTA) and the Union Ministry of Education have recently confirmed that there will be no change in the scheduled exam date for NEET-UG and it will be conducted on September 12.

Notably, other exams with which NEET UG is clashing are Odisha Joint Entrance Examination (JEE), Digihuntn Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) All Digihunt Entrance Examination for Admission (AIEEA) UG, and Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (CET). ) Are included.

Meanwhile, the National Students Union of Digihunt (NSUI) has written to Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan raising the issue. NSUI said that NEET 2021 should be rescheduled to give a window of at least 7-14 days so that students can prepare for various exams.


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