On September 1, the Joint Entrance Exams(JEE) is planned to be performed. Aspirants are worried if exams will be performed or postponed even as India proceeds to report the highest sole day Covid-19 cases in the world for the past few days. (JEE) and (NEET) continues to boil. An online survey was conducted to know what JEE and NEET aspirants themselves needed.
In a survey among aspirants across the state. They were asked six queries. As many as 616 students from nearly 60 schools in the state took part in the survey. Of these, 341 aspirants confessed JEE/NEET should be postponed, whereas 275 students said that it should be held.
This means 55.36 percent of students were not in favor of the exams to be held right now, while 44.64 percent would like it to happen as scheduled.
There were a total of 365 i.e. nearly 59.25% of students who took part in this online survey for two days. which were set to appear for JEE and 251 or 40.75% set to appear for NEET. JEE begins on September 1 and will proceed till September 6, while NEET is booked for September 13.
The Mirror study got answers from more than 60 schools from urban just as provincial Gujarat. A portion of the urban areas from where they got responses to comprise Ahmedabad, Surat, Bhavnagar, Rajkot, Morbi, Bharuch, Gandhinagar, Botad, JamJodhpur, Sarangpur, Kadi.
Even aspirants from Qatar, Bangalore, Bhopal, Kolkata, and Lucknow took part in the questionnaire. As to address, why the test ought to be delayed, a portion of the significant reactions ran from dread of Covid-19 to improvement of aspirants, hold up till November as colleges will begin in 2021 to live is valuable.
To the inquiry on why the tests ought not to be delayed, aspirants answered that we need to figure out how to live with the coronavirus, tests ought to be held remembering the understudies’ vocation, to spare aspirants from squandering one whole year, Covid-19 condition may not improve even following a month and deferring it will bring about hanging tight for one more month and that National Testing Agency (NTA) needs to play it safe as aspirants have been getting ready for the test for as far back as two years.