NEET 2021: Announce examination date, college students demand


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NEET 2021: Announce examination dates, college students demand

After suspense over the JEE-Superior check date ended on Thursday, college students stormed social media and sought to know the schedule for Nationwide Eligibility Cum Entrance Check (NEET). A number of college students took to Twitter and requested Schooling Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank to announce the date for the medical entrance check, and maintain the examination twice a yr. NEET is presently held as soon as yearly.

In the meantime, prime officers of the Nationwide Testing Company (NTA) stated that the examination date has not been finalised but. “Now we have completely different ministries and authorities concerned. There’s a complete course of in play…the date has not been determined but,” an official advised India TV Digital. 

“Please announce the date of NEET 2021, we do not need postponement, however please announce the dates. There’s a lot uncertainty and in addition give some relaxations to us additionally like JEE aspirants,” a NEET aspirant wrote on Twitter.

“Please give leisure to NEET aspirants too like JEE aspirants and please announce the dates as quickly as potential,” one other pupil stated.

READ MORE: No plan to cancel NEET 2021, will talk about conducting NEET examination on-line: Ramesh Pokhriyal

Final yr, NEET was carried out on September 13 amid strict precautions in view of the coronavirus pandemic. The examination was postponed a few occasions as a result of contagion. It was supplied in 11 languages — English, Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Odia, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu.

In December, the minister had clarified that there have been no plans to cancel NEET. “We postponed NEET thrice in 2020 and gave college students a possibility to vary their examination centres…we may have cancelled the examination however it will have been an amazing loss for college kids and the nation,” Nishank had stated.

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