JEE begins today, while NEET to be held in mid-September

The NTA is now all set to conduct NEET and JEE at the prescribed dates.

The NTA that is the National Testing Agency is conducting JEE (Joint Entrance Examination). The exam will start on Tuesday. It is scheduled for Sunday. Despite many protests to postpone the examination from many students, 858000 candidates are now expected to take the test in around 600 centres throughout the country.

Candidates have protested a lot on social media against the JEE and NEET examination. Several opposition parties have also supported them. However, the centre has not considered this. The centre has decided to take the examinations. So that “a crucial year of the students is not wasted.”

NEET will be conducted on 13th September. While JEE has started from today.

Here Is What You Need To Know About JEE

The JEE is being held between September 1 and 6. The exam is for admissions to engineering schools such as IITs, NITs, IIITs and extra centrally financed technological institutes.

Madhya Pradesh, Telangana and Rajasthan have given free travel to pupils appearing in the JEE (Main), this time. Others such as Bihar and Odisha said they would deploy more security armies outside examination centres to implement social distancing standards.

Despite their uneasiness against performing the exam, opposition-ruled states have made detailed arrangements for the examination.

The governments of West Bengal, Kerala and Punjab, had obstructed the JEE and other central entrance tests. They have also organized their transport departments to organize buses for learners to reach examination centres.

Students are for the first time coming off for the examination with gloves. Ashish Arora, head of academics of Allen Career Institute (Jaipur) says, they shouldn’t be frightened. They must go through the guidelines in the element and stay careful.

PC Chaudhary, Bhubaneswar Municipal Commissioner said, “Traffic police personnel would be posted at crucial places for smooth flow of traffic so that students reach on time.”

You may read more about Neena Gupta and Masaba Gupta.

Leave a Reply

Related Posts