NEET UG 2020: MCI gives affidavit in SC, says NEET cannot be postponed

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NEET Bulletin (Bureau, New Delhi): The Supreme Court said that the NEET examination 2020 cannot be postponed any more. Now if the exam is postponed, the entire academic calendar will affected so bad that it will not be possible to correct it. Not only this, the deterioration of this year’s academic calendar will also have a negative impact on the academic calendar of the coming years because all the years are connected to each other.

MCI also said that in view of this year’s environment, not a single exam center has been set up abroad, because it is not a two-day job to set up an exam center for NEET-like examination. It requires at least a full year.

According to National Testing Agency this NEET exam will be conducted simultaneously in the same shift across the country so that there is no problem like paper leak and uniformity can be maintained. The agency further said that to maintain the sanctity of the paper, it is necessary that the examination be held simultaneously for all.

For your information, tell us that to maintain uniformity, NEET exam will be conducted in pen-paper mode instead of online. However, JEE Main Examination will be held between September 01 and September 06 in both online and offline modes. The affidavit further states that, “Question papers and other examination materials are to be transported from NTA headquarters to a large number of examination centers in various cities, it will need to be carefully planned to reach it on time and safely.” The government has already made it clear that the NEET exam will not be postponed any longer and will be held simultaneously on 13 September in the entire country. NTA has already released SOP for this.

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