A few nonconformists, who attempted to enter the Education service, housed at Shastri Bhawan, to present a notice, were confined by the police and taken to Mandir Marg police headquarters, said IYC public media facilitator Rahul Rao.
Individuals from the Congress’ childhood wing organized a dissent close to the Shastri Bhawan here on Wednesday, requesting deferment of the JEE and NEET tests considering the coronavirus pandemic.
A few dissenters, who attempted to enter the Education service, housed at Shastri Bhawan, to present a reminder, were confined by the police and taken to Mandir Marg police headquarters, said IYC public media facilitator Rahul Rao.
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The public leader of IYC, Srinivas BV, said that remembering the wellbeing of lakhs of understudies, the Central government ought to delay the tests.
“When even Union priests and boss pastors are getting tainted with the coronavirus, it is unfathomable that the Center isn’t delaying the JEE and NEET assessments,” he said.
The IYC requests that the Center ought to delay these assessments in light of a legitimate concern for the understudies. Holding the tests is a significant advance, yet it should not be possible by putting the lives of lakhs of understudies in danger, Srinivas said.
There is a necessity for a regular and thorough methodology to manage the COVID-19 emergency. However, the focal government is “purposely” facing the challenge as opposed to looking after the alert, he charged.
The exhibit was driven by the Youth Congress’ Delhi unit in-control Harish Panwar and co-in control Khushboo Mangla Sharma.
Amid the rising racket for delay of the urgent tests taking into account rising COVID-19 cases, the Ministry of Education (MoE) authorities had repeated on Tuesday that the tests would be led according to plan for September.
While the NEET is moved toward September 13, building selection test JEE Main is planned from September 1-6. Around 9.53 lakh competitors have enrolled for JEE-Mains, and 15.97 lakh understudies have enlisted for NEET.