Some students and parents have filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in the Supreme Court to demand the National Testing Agency to conduct NEET and JEE Main 2020 exams in September as per scheduled. This appeal comes after 11 students filed a plea to postpone the conduct of exams due to the rising cases of Corona Virus spreading in the country.
The plea states, “These exams are so important that they determine students’ career and also the entire life. As such, the Respondent Authorities must take into consideration as a relevant factor the fact that any further deferment of the examination will further add to the stress levels of the students resulting in further traumatising the students with the uncertainty of their future and thereby severely impacting their academic performance in the ultimate examination to be held in future”.
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“There is an imminent need for the NTA to adhere to the 2nd revised schedule and conduct the all India basis NEET UG-2020 and the JEE (Main) for UG-2020 as it is a settled position that the admission process is time-bound and the entire admission schedule is time regulated process mandated by the judgments of the Hon’ble Apex Court.” the plea further adds.
The plea shows that several examinations have already been held by NTA and other organisations over the country contending the claims on pandemic generated challenges. It also denotes that NTA had allowed all students to change their examination centres or cities to the ones most suitable to them because of the COVID situation.
The petition stated another fact that the students have been preparing for their NEET 2020 and JEE exams from the past 3 years since they were in their 10th standards. Not conducting exams now will waste their academic year and it will create an unfortunate effect on students.
The petition also asserts that the University Grants Commission’s (UGC) ‘Revised Guidelines on Examinations and Academic Calendar for the Universities considering the view of COVID-19 Outbreak’ dated July 6, how all universities are mandated to achieve the final year exams by the end of September 2020.
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