NEET 2020 is going to be conducted on 13 September. The Supreme Court on Wednesday again rejects to entertain a new batch of a petition seeking deferment or cancellation of the National level entrance exam.
The SC bench led by Justice Ashok Bhushan declined the petition. The bench said, Sorry, we are not willing to entertain. The bench also assured that the concerning administrations will take all necessary steps for supervising the NEET-undergraduate exam. Moreover, the concerned authority will have to release guidelines regarding the execution of exams amid a pandemic.
The bench also comprised Justices R S Reddy and M R Shah. They asserted that all pacts have been made by the authorities to carry out the exam. Presently everything is closed, even review is ousted, the bench said. In addition, they said that only the NEET exam is left now and JEE is already over.
This is our opinion is associated with university exams. Authorities will take all essential steps to execute the exam, the bench added.
In the last week as well, the apex court dismissed the petitions comprising the one filed by ministers of six opposition-ruled states. They unitedly asked to review the 17 August order which had cleared the way for holding NEET and JEE exams.
NTA conducted JEE Main exams from September 1-6 with complete abidance to the guidelines issued by the government to conduct exams. While the NEET UG exam is going to take place on September 13, Sunday.
On August 17, Supreme Court refused a plea that strived postponement of JEE (Main) April 2020 and NEET-Undergraduate examinations amid a surge in the number of COVID-19 cases.
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Ultimately, the Supreme Court has said that they will not intervene in this case. Life has to go on and the government can not waste one whole academic year.
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