Centre Says Entrance Exams Will Go On, Students Highlight Ground Reality

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  • Published On: August 27, 2020
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Amid the raging debate, the Education Minister has cleared the air on conducting the premier entrance exams - NEET, JEE. The government isn't bowing down to the public or political pressure, but students continue their protest. Arya from Bihar says the government is not aware of many ground realities. Srujan from Bangalore says he has given up the idea of writing the exam this year.

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