Deep histories that conflict with CUET: Thousands of MBBS candidates have called for a postponement of the NEET medical entrance exam scheduled for July 17, saying the test is “too close” to other competitive exams, giving them limited time to prepare.
The hashtag “PostponeNEETUG” is trending on the social site Twitter and the candidates have also started an online petition signed by more than 24,000 students.
In his plea, he said the consultations for the National Eligibility Test (Graduate) – University of 2021 ended in March itself, and the 2022 version is scheduled for release on July 17.
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The petition further reads “How can we revise such a massive syllabus in just 3 months? Apart from this, other important exams like Board exams, CUET, JEE Main are also scheduled around the same time. We students imagine what shock and pressure you are under. It passes. All these important exams are scheduled one by one. Is this the right decision? Student Arida.
Last year’s exam was initially scheduled for August 1, but has been postponed to September 12 due to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
One student said, “NEET should be done after JEE MAINS so that students can prepare well. Session will not start already before February 2023 for NEET aspirants because counseling will take time,”
According to Anupha Srivastava, Advocate and President of Parents Association of India, NEET and Common University Entrance Test (CUET), students are facing inconvenience.
He said “NEET should be done after JEE MAINS so that students can prepare well. Actually the session will not start before February 2023 for NEET aspirants because the counseling will take time.”
The National Testing Agency (NTA) announced Wednesday that the first version of the CUET UG will take place from July 15 to August 10.
One Twitter user said, “Dear DG_NTA &EduMinOfIndia, please listen to the students’ plea, their small request, this is not an unreasonable wish, there are many reasons, NTA announced CUET which is in direct conflict with NEET exam. It is.”
The number of applications for NEET Medical Entrance Examination exceeded 18.72 lakh this year including 10.64 lakh girls and 8.07 lakh boys. Compared to last year, more than 2.5 students participate in this year. The registered candidates this year include 771 foreigners, 910 NRIs and 647 NRIs. Most of the candidates chose English as the medium of the exam, followed by Hindi and Tamil.
NEET-UG is conducted for admission into courses like Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS), Bachelor of Ayurveda, Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery in Siddha (BSMS). She goes.