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NEET 2021, is in trend nowadays as the exams have come near. NEET 2021,is going to be held on 12 September, 2021. Candidates have done hard core preparations for the exam. With all the precautions, candidates are ready to give their best in the NEET 2021. Lakhs of students are going to appear for NEET (National Eligibility Entrance Test) conducted by NTA (National Testing Agency). With all the pressure around the candidates, #OperationNEET trends on Twitter. The news of paper leak and seats being sold out just a day before examination have left students in anger and heart broken.
What is #OperationNEET
#OperationNEET trending on twitter shows the anger and frustration of the candidates, All India Students’ Federation (AISF), National Student Union of India ( NSUI) about the NEET 2021 paper leak. Thousands of cases are said to be registered showing concerns over the matter. After all the difficulties faced by AISF, NSUI, students and other professionals, this other major issue has come up, just a day before the exam. Reports and post floods are seen on twitter. Anger has come out in a rigorous manner.
AISF(All India Students’ Federation) and NSUI (National Students Union of India) have demanded a high level inquiry on the matter.
After the news of the paper leak came out on television, social media has hit the top with the news of the alleged paper leak of NEET exams. News shows a mafia dealing with the NEET papers.
#OperationNEET trends about the issue of NEET 2021, and seats being sold out at high rates.
Veiws on the matter
Rahu Gandhi tweeted: “NEET papers leaked and seats sold out with high rates. #OperationNEET meanwhile students who’ve financial problems and are hard working. #ModiHaiTohFailureHai ”
NSUI tweeted, #OperationNEET is very serious as seats are sold out at a high price . It is a failure of the government and very shameful to see how the government is playing with the future of many students.
They demand a very high level of inquiry.
AISF has also tweeted regarding this issue and shown it’s concern.
This paper leak and sold seats had increased the anger of students towards the government. Students feel this a betrayal to them and are showing their anger in different manners through social media platforms. Twitter has seen a lot of posts and tweets regarding this news.