Director of IIT Delhi expressed concern over delay in JEE Main and Advanced exams, saying – may have serious consequences

There is a debate around the country for conducting JEE Main and NEET UG exam in the Corona era. After the student, guardian, all political parties have also opened a front against these examinations. From Congress president Sonia Gandhi to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in September, they are opposed to conducting entrance and medical entrance examinations. Against this decision of the Central Government, these political parties are now unitedly preparing to go to the Supreme Court. At the same time, in the midst of this tussle, IIT director V. Ram Gopal Rao’s side has come to the fore. The director has expressed concern over further delays in JEE Main and Advanced exams. With this, he has said that if this happens, serious consequences will have to be suffered. The director has written a post on Facebook in this regard.

This will become a zero academic year for millions of students, he wrote on Facebook. Our academic calendar is already heavily packed and linked to many other things. Further delays may affect the career of bright students. In this regard, Rao further said that we have already lost six months due to the epidemic. Now if the examinations are held in September, the academic session for IIT can start from December. He said that tampering with the examination pattern can be “harmful and unfair to all.”

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