The on Thursday accused the of doing “politics” over the difficulty of JEE-Mains and NEET exams, and mentioned the Modi authorities will not let the opposition social gathering “spoil” college students’ future to seek out relevance.


and varied opposition events have demanded that the examinations be deferred because of the COVID-19 pandemic and floods in elements of the nation, even because the Union authorities has made it clear that they are going to be held as per schedule with due precautions.



“The believes college students should lose a yr so it does not lose a possibility for politics. Over 85% #JEENEET candidates don’t agree and have downloaded admit cards. The Modi government won’t let Congress spoil students’ future to find relevance,” common secretary Bhupender Yadav mentioned.


While the NEET is slated to be held on September 13, engineering entrance exam JEE-Mains is scheduled between September 1-6. Around 9.53 lakh candidates have registered for JEE-Mains and 15.97 lakh college students have registered for NEET.

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