Supreme Court order, JEE Main and NEET exam will be done according to the scheduled schedule

On Monday, the Supreme Court has NEET UG and JEE Main rejected the 2020 petition to postpone the examinations.

The court said that due to delay in the examination, the career of the students will be in crisis, hence the examination should be conducted according to the schedule.

In fact, a petition was filed in the Supreme Court to postpone the JEE Main and NEET exams to be held in September due to the corono virus epidemic.

There will be no compromise with the safety of students
A bench headed by Judge Arun Mishra said that the examination would be conducted in September keeping in mind all precautions to avoid the corono virus.

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta assured that there would be no compromise on the safety of students.

Explain that this petition was filed on behalf of 11 students by advocate Alakh Alok Shrivastava. It called for the postponement of the examinations until the conditions were normal.

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