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NEET UG Postponement: On this day AIJNSA organization is conducting a candle march for the demand for delay in the NEET exam: The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2022 (NEET UG 2022) will be held on 17 July 2022. For the last 20 days on Twitter, the patience of the students who have been demanding the Central Government to postpone the examination for 40 days is running out.

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Students of different states are saying that they are asking for only 40 days time from the government, but the government is not even listening to us on that. Now the students are making up their mind for candle march to keep their point till the government. Many NEET UG candidates interacted with aajtak.in. Candidates say that this exam was held in September last year, we were preparing keeping this in mind, but this exam was conducted by NTA in July this year.

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One student, on the condition of anonymity, told that he is under stress to such an extent that he is not even able to study. The student said that he comes from a poor family, his family does not have enough income to do coaching or tuition. He had made his time table according to one year in which revision time is not available now.

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NEET aspirant Kamlesh said that I have just passed the 12th examination. My father died last month, due to which I could not study even last month. I had done my preparation thinking that there will be exams in September, which are going to be held now. If I had got time till September, I would probably have taken out NEET this year. I don’t even have the option to drop because my mother is a housewife, she will no longer be able to pay the coaching fees for my preparation for the next year.

Lalita Kumari, a resident of Himachal Pradesh said that I am from Himachal Pradesh. I am seven ear dropper. I have done my preparation due to lack of resources, how the family gave one lakh 60 thousand rupees even in coaching. Today my condition is very bad, I have done only 1800 test series. If I had got some time, my confidence would have increased a lot and I might have cleared the NEET.

AIJNSA ( ALL INDIA JEE- NEET STUDENTS ASSOCIATION) organization is conducting a candle march for the demand of NEET UG candidates. Student activist Himanshu Bora said that we are taking the demands of the students to the government through various means, as well as to the students. It is said that they should continue their preparation. Now students will take out a candle march from their respective states on the same day together on the 1st of July.

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