We can’t drive these students to come out and give these tests, Sonu Sood stated, joining the melody for conceding the NEET clinical placement test and the JEE for admission to the IITs in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
“We need to help these understudies. 26 lakh understudies will give these tests,” Sood to NDTV.
Sonu Sood, who has helped a great many upset travelers abandoned the nation over get back during the lockdown, said understudies and their folks must be given a window of around a few months and that understudies can show up for the tests when they’re intellectually arranged.
“The greatest understudies are from Bihar where 13 to 14 locale are severely hit by the floods. How might you anticipate that them should travel? They don’t have cash or places to remain. We can’t compel these understudies to come out and give these tests,” the actor said.
The two key tests – the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) for admission to the Indian Institute of Technology and the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to clinical courses -are booked to be held one month from now. The two tests are among the hardest tests in the nation.
Government officials across parties have sponsored the interest to delay the tests, featuring that the move was risky due to COVID-19, yet additionally crooked because of floods in parts of certain states, for example, Assam, Bihar, Gujarat, Chhattisgarh, Kerala and Karnataka, among others.
“Give them a window of multi month. We have to delay the tests till November-December. Understudies can take the tests when they are intellectually arranged,” Sonu Sood said.
“I am likewise a engineer. I accept that it is significant fortress the nation to hae another variety of these youngsters who are going to assume control over a ton of divisions.”
Shielding the transition to proceed with the tests, Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank on Tuesday said the tests were planned because of the “consistent weight from guardians and understudies”.
“We have been feeling the squeeze from guardians and understudies, inquiring as to why we are not permitting JEE and NEET. The understudies were extremely stressed. In their brains they were thinking for how long will they keep on considering?” Mr Pokhriyal told government telecaster DD News.
Written By Chanderveer Singh
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