JEE, NEET: Supreme Court green signal for exams

Supreme Court gives green signal JEE, NEET exams: New Delhi: The Supreme Court has rejected a petition seeking postponement of IIT, JEE and NEET exams, the most important entrance exams in the wake of the spread of coronavirus in the country. The Supreme Court has ruled that postponing the exams will cost students a valuable year. The IIT, JEE and NEET entrance exams will be held in September as per the pre-determined dates. Also read: Neeli Neeli Aakasam Song: ‘Blue Blue Sky’ Another Record

The apex court on Monday heard a petition filed by 11 students from 11 states seeking postponement of JEE and NEET exams in view of the spread of corona. The bench, headed by Justice Arun Mishra, said that postponing the exams would ruin the academic year for the students and affect their future. The court rejected the petition saying that there would be no change even next year. If so .. The Union Ministry of Education has already made plans to conduct JEE Mains on September 1st to 6th and NEET on September 13th at 161 centers across the country. Also read: India: Corona tests exceeding 3 crores

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