Jharkhand CM asks students opinions on postponement of JEE, NEET Exams – over 1.87 lakh students respond

Hemant Soren, who is the Chief Minister of Jharkhand  has recently recently come up with a poll in order to seek opinions for the conduct of JEE, NEET exams for the registered candidates amid pandemic. All young engineers and doctors are requested to come up and give their opinions, says CM. The poll witnessed reaction of over 1.87 lakh students.

Soren asked the question that ‘Will the students go through huge difficulties in future if JEE, NEET exams are postponed.’ The final result of the poll has come out and about 78.2 percent of students have said NO, while around 20.6 percent of students have clicked on YES and Do Not Know was 1.1 percent.

The opposition party launched an attack immediately after the poll was arranged, stating that ‘Hemant Soren, Chief Minister is doing politics with the future of students’. Adding more to the information, this is the first time when a  feedback is being taken of doctors and engineers on the judgment  of Supreme Court. Hemant Soren  knows it very well that due to the decision of Supreme Court the examination is being held.

In September, JEE, NEET Exams 2020 will be conducted for the candidates. For both the exams National Testing Agency, NTA has already released the admit cards. Due to the pandemic the number of centres has been increased and proper guidelines have been made to ensure the norms of social distancing.

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