JUST IN: SC upholds the constitutional validity of providing 27% quota to OBC in NEET AIQ seats saying "reservation is not at odds with merit". 'Merit' cannot be narrowed to the limit of success in competitive examinations and extends to "lived experiences". reports @kdrajagopal
"We have always struggled for the common man. Together with PM Modi, we can strengthen social justice. PM Modi's government brought 27% OBC reservation in NEET": @AnupriyaSPatel , Apna Dal (S) leader and UP BJP ally
The Medical Counselling Committee (MCC) will start NEET UG counselling 2021 registration from today at . The qualified and eligible candidates can complete the registration for counselling 2021 till #NEETJanuary 24, 2022.
NEET Counselling for Undergraduate Medical Courses Begins: Here's How to Apply
They (Centre) said that lakhs of students have downloaded admit cards. I don't understand what kind of argument is this. If this is the case, then if someone has life insurance, does it mean they'll die soon: Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren on JEE & NEET exams at AICC video conference
India NEET, JEE exams: 'Conducting these exams will be a giant mistake'
Delhi: A 17-year old JEE aspirant today submitted a letter to Chief Justice of India Sharad Arvind Bobde, praying for directions to postpone NEET and JEE exams in view of COVID-19 & floods in the country.
Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik spoke to Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the telephone today and requested him for postponement of NEET and JEE exams, in view of COVID19 situation and also because many parts of the state are in the grip of flood: CMO, Odisha. (File pics)
Central Government should not conduct NEET-JEE 2020 exams due to rising COVID19 infections in the country. Tomorrow, we will hold protest against the Centre over its decision to conduct the exams: Rajasthan Education Minister and State Congress Chief Govind Singh Dotasra
With the Education Ministry's directive to conduct NEET, JEE 2020 in Sept, I would again appeal to Centre to assess risk & postpone these exams until the situation is conducive again. It's our duty to ensure a safe environment for all our students: Mamata Banerjee, West Bengal CM
It would be unsafe for students to visit test centres physically amid #COVID19 for JEE (Main) & NEET tests. Therefore, it is requested that exams scheduled to be held in September may be postponed to a later date: Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik in a letter to Union Education Minister
This will be my request to all state govts, let us do it together, let us go to Supreme Court & postpone the exam for the time being until and unless the situation allows students to sit for exam (JEE/NEET): West Bengal CM at Sonia Gandhi's virtual meet with CMs of 7 states.