With a hashtag ProtestAgainstExamInCovid a massive campaign launched by students demanding postpone of NEET, JEE Main & other examinations in Covid situation. With more than one million of tweets, students protested against the scheduled examinations in the month of August and September. The campaign starts hours after National Testing Agency (NTA) finalizes new examination dates for various Eligibility Test and Entrance examinations in September-October 2020.
According to sources, BJP MP Dr Subramanian Swamy has raised the issue of postponement of NEET/ JEE & other similar Entrance Exams with the UNION HRD Minister (Education Minister) & has now written to urging him to postpone the examinations to after Deepawali due to Covid19 conditions now, a re-tweet says.
Here are latest developments in regarding the mega campaign with #ProtestAgainstExamsInCOVID launched by Students.
Read- Students launched Campaign for NEET & JEE Exam postponement
Subramanian Swamy urges PM Modi and Education Minister Ramesh Nishank Pokhriyal to conduct the NEET/ JEE & other entrance examinations after Diwali, says sources
A user express his view in demanding postpone of examinations. He writes "This is what happened when only 80,000 candidates appeared for exams all over India just think when 28 Lac students will be appearing what will be the condition".
Demanding the postpone of Exams in Covid situation a student writes-
Demanding the September 2020 scheduled JEE Main (1-6 Sept) and NEET UG (13 Sept), students, academicians and political leaders jump into the campaign demanding the postpone of exams in view of current situation due to Covid-19 pandemic.
Dr Subramanian @Swamy39 has raised the issue of postponement of NEET/ JEE & other similar Entrance Exams with the UNION HRD Minister @DrRPNishank & has now written to @PMOIndia @narendramodi urging him to postpone the examinations to after Deepawali due to Covid19 conditions now pic.twitter.com/DhWbys00RI— Jagdish Shetty (@jagdishshetty) August 21, 2020