Don’t delay JEE, 150 teachers write to PM Modi

New Delhi, August 27

Over 150 academicians from numerous universities in India and overseas have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying that delaying the JEE (Main) and NEET any additional will imply compromising college students’ future.

Referring to the rising refrain towards conducting these exams in September in view of the rising Covid circumstances, the academicians said, “Some are trying to play with future of students to propel their own political agenda.”

The signatories embrace academicians from Delhi University, IGNOU, JNU, Banaras Hindu University, University of Lucknow, IIT-Delhi, in addition to Indian specialists from overseas universities in London, California and Israel amongst others.

Also, administrators of a number of IITs have mentioned that any additional delay in conducting NEET and JEE will result in a zero tutorial yr. — PTI

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