NEET-JEE Exam Will Conduct In Corona Crisis With These Precautions
In the midst of the Corona crisis, the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) and Joint Attention Test (JEE) examination will be conducted. The Supreme Court has given the green signal for this. Let me tell you, 11 students from 11 states had filed a petition in the Supreme Court demanding the postponement of this examination. Which the SC has rejected. Let us know how to conduct the exam in the midst of an epidemic.
The JEE exam is to be conducted from September 1 to September 6. The NEET exam will be held on 13 September.
The students were demanding to postpone the exam due to the Coronavirus. But on the plea to postpone the examination, the Supreme Court said that should everything in the country be stopped? Should a previous year be wasted like this? The court further said that it is time to move forward with security measures.
For some days, there were reports that there will be a change in the syllabus of JEE Advanced 2020, but the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi has confirmed that this year there will be no change in the syllabus of the entrance exam.
The fake news of a change in the NEET 2020 exam was becoming viral on social media. After which the National Testing Agency (NTA) had told the candidates not to believe in fake circulars. There is no change in the celebrations of NEET.
It was already clarified that social distancing rules will be taken special care during the conduct of the NEET- JEE exam. It is being told that this time the NTA will change the seating arrangement of students in NEET exam.
During the examination, a distance of at least 2 meters will be kept between two students. Earlier this distance was about a meter or a little less.
If the distance between students increases, it is obvious that where more children used to sit in a class earlier, now half of the children will sit. In this case, the number of examination centers will increase. Soon the admit cards of both the examinations will be issued, which will contain all the information related to the examination center.
News Source: TimesOfIndia