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National entrance cum eligibility test is scheduled very close to other examinations. As a result students are continuously demanding for postponement of the mid examinations.
They say that it’s very difficult to manage multiple examinations scheduled within a single week.The CBSE board students have to attempt their maths improvement paper one day after the NEET examination. Also three are many state level entrances scheduled near neet examination some of which are Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (MHT CET) 2021, Karnataka’s CoMEDK exam, Odisha JEE, and Madhya Pradesh Class 12 improvement exams are also scheduled around NEET 2021. Students are complaining on social media and are demanding the postponement of the neet examination in the light of the current situation and either papers.
MULTIPLE EXAMINATIONS TO BE CONDUCTED VERY CLOSE TO NATIONAL ENTRANCE COME ELIGIBILITY TEST (NEET):
The National Entrance cum Eligibility Test ( NEET) is scheduled on 12th of September while on 13th of September students have to sit for other entrance examinations. The CBSE boards improvement and compartment Maths paper is scheduled on 15 th of September a day after the NEET examination. As an outcome students are demanding postponement for NEET ug as it becomes impossible to reachbfrom one center to another in a single day in the current pandemic situation. There have been several tweets under the hashtag of POSTPONE NEET UG by the students in which they have clearly mentioned their situation and hardships.
Many critics on Twitter have come forward and tweeted in the favour of the students and are demanding the central government and the nta to postpone the neet examinations keeping in mind the current pandemic situation and the mindset of the students. They are saying that it is the wholesome right of the national testing agency and education ministry to keep in mind the hardship of different students who belong to rural areas. Having insufficient traveling facilities it becomes very difficult for them to come up from one centre to another within a short period of time. Thus keeping such student minorities in mind the neet examinations must be postponed to a different examination date.