NEET UG 2022 Students Write To Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan Seeking Postponement Of Exam

Despite the fact that no one has replied to the demands for a postponement of the NEET UG 2022 examination, the candidates are not giving up and have written to Union Education Minister Shri Dharmendra Pradhan to take the subject to the national government authorities.

The students have listed the reasons why the exam should be postponed in the letter, which is spreading on social media platforms. They have also requested that the exam be postponed for a period of six weeks so that hopefuls can study thoroughly for the entrance exam.

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“MBBS and becoming a doctor is a dream for thousands of students, and this exam brings up strong emotions in their parents and teachers. However, they have begun to abandon their goals as a result of the announcement of premature dates. Please provide them with sufficient time to prepare for the exam “the candidates named in the letter “It is our sincere appeal to you, with folded hands, to take up this subject in the best interests of the students and provide them with a minimum of 6 weeks’ notice and to move the exam dates to late August or early September so that they can study effectively for the exam,” they continued.

According to Medical Dialogues, about 10,000 candidates had written to the National Testing Agency (NTA) demanding that the exam be postponed and that they be given adequate time to prepare. In a letter to the agency, the applicants complained that the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test 2021 counselling was insufficient, and that the scheduled date for NEET on July 17 is practically identical to the dates for CUET and JEE Mains.

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