Congress Workers Protest Across The Country

Congress workers protest across the country, demand to postpone the examination. The JEE-NEET exam is going to be held in the month of September 2020, against which the Congress party staged a sit-in protest across the country on Friday. During this time, NSUI workers also sat on a hunger strike in many places.

Congress says that the examination should not be conducted in the corona situation as it is a question of the life and health of the students. Explain that due to the Corona epidemic, both the entrance examinations have been postponed twice and now the date of entrance examinations has been fixed in September which many political parties are demanding to postpone.

Congress and AAP’s performance in Uttar Pradesh

After SP in Uttar Pradesh, Congress and Aam Aadmi Party demonstrated today to cancel the exam. At the same time, non-BJP states have also filed a review petition in the Supreme Court regarding these examinations. Recently active in student politics, Aam Aadmi Party performed vigorously in Lucknow for JEE and NEET examinations.

Playing with students’ lives is wrong: Sachin Pilot

Congress leader Sachin Pilot said that the examination should be postponed for the present as there is a question of the life and health of the youth. The cases of COVID-19 are continuously increasing, in such a situation it is wrong to play with the lives of millions of children, the stubbornness that the central government has caught will have to be abandoned.

NSUI worker sitting on indefinite hunger strike unconscious

In Delhi, the Congress staged a protest outside Shastri Bhavan to postpone both the entrance exams. Apart from this, Navdeep Dalal fainted on the third day of the indefinite hunger strike. In the state of unconsciousness, Ram was admitted to Manohar Lohia Hospital.

NSUI worker in Gujarat in police custody

Police detained NSUI activists protesting in Ahmedabad for conducting NEET and JEE exams in Gujarat. At the same time, Congress workers shouted slogans in front of central government offices at other states and district headquarters including Delhi and Gujarat.

NSUI hunger strike in Bengaluru

NSUI has been on hunger strike demanding the postponement of NEET and JEE exams in Bengaluru in the Corona virus epidemic and waiving semester fees for 6 months.

Will not be able to give exam if fever

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has issued admit cards for both the entrance examinations and has also given strict guidelines in view of Corona. NTA has issued advisory and ordered to make isolation rooms in NEET examination centers. Students will be allowed to enter the center only after medical screening.

At the same time, if the body temperature is 99.4 ° C, then the student will first be sent to the isolation room for rest and after 15 to 20 minutes the temperature will be checked again. If everything is normal then he will be able to take the exam or else he will be sent back home.

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