NEET 2021 petitions filed for the exams to be postponed- Read below to know the whole news:

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Amid the growing demand for the postponement of NEET 2021 examination, over 1400 students have signed a web petition on hard the postponement of National Eligibility ejaculate Entrance check for college man (NEET-UG) 2021 or NEET 2021.

It may be recalled that the National Testing Agency (NTA) has already declared that the NEET 2021 examination is going to be conducted as scheduled .

Petition by the candidates:

In the petition, the scholars claimed that the NEET 2021 communicating|entrance examination|examination|exam|test} is incompatible with many state and national level UG examinations and therefore the CBSE personal exams and therefore the NEET 2021 entrance exam should be delayed so as to avoid this clash. Notably, NEET 2021 communicating|entrance examination|examination|exam|test} is scheduled to take place on Sept twelve in offline mode and therefore the students are concerned that the NTA should delay the exam to the Gregorian calendar month.

“We request the Education Minister and therefore the NTA to require the wise call of suspending the NEET examination to Gregorian calendar month for the sake of students’ mental stress ANd safety and then that each neet aspirant gets an equal likelihood in playing well throughout this robust time,” the petitioner aforesaid.

Beside this on-line petition, the scholars are running many different campaigns on social media platforms seeking postponement of the NEET 2021 examination.


The chaos for the postponement of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2021 which is scheduled to be taken on 12th of September. Few of the candidates are tense seeing the gradual rise in the number of cases around. They have repeatedly been filing petitions for the postponement of the exam but the National Testing Agency (NTA) clearly said in a notice that the exams won’t be further postponed and hence they will be taken in the given due date itself with all protocols of Covid-19 being followed.


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