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Stage Protest is done by IYC members in Delhi for JEE and NEET examination

Stage Protest: Indian Youth Congress (IYC) has now taken a stand with JEE and NEET students. IYC is helping these students to raise their voices for the postponement of the JEE and NEET exams. IYC president Srinivas BV said that it is necessary to postpone the JEE and NEET exams because it is not the right decision to hold exams in this COVID-19 pandemic situation.

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On Wednesday, a staged protest has been started by the members of IYC at Shastri Bhawan in Delhi. This stage protest has is in favor of the postponement of the JEE and NEET exams. IYC member stated that it has sent a letter to the Education Ministry which was taken by the police and they take that letter with them at Mandir Marg police station.

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What does the IYC president say?

Srinivas BV said that this not the ideal for the JEE and NEET examination. As last month our Union ministers and Chief minister got this virus so, the government still thinks it is the right time for these examinations. Students’ safety is a priority as they are the youth and future fo the nation. The government has to postpone the exams as soon as possible.

When will be the NEET and JEE examination will be held?

He also said that the government has a sensible decision which is beneficial for the students who are attempting the JEE and NEET examinations. This stage protest is host by the In-charge of IYC  Harish Panwar and Co In-Charge Khushboo Mangla Sharma.

NEET examination is scheduled on September 13, and the JEE mains examinations are starting from 1 to 6 September. There are about 9.53 lakhs students who have applied the JEE mains examination. On the other hand, around 15.97 lakhs applicants have registered for the NEET.

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