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Academics said in their letter, "Some people are trying to play with the future of students to further their political agenda."
New Delhi: More than 150 academics from various universities in India and abroad have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Modi) that if further delay in medical and engineering entrance examination JEE (Main) and NEET (JEE-NEET), the future of students Will be affected Noting the protest against the conduct of these examinations in September in view of the growing Covid-19 cases, academics said in their letter, "Some people want to advance their political agendas to further the students' future." Trying to play together.
The letter said, 'Youth and students are the future of the nation but due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, there has been a cloud of uncertainties on their careers. There are a lot of apprehensions about admissions and classes which need to be resolved at the earliest.
The letter said that like every year, this year also lakhs of students have given their class 12 exams and are now eagerly waiting for the entrance exams.
The letter said, 'The government has announced the dates of JEE (Main) and NEET ... Any delay in conducting the examination will ruin the precious year of the students. The dreams and future of our youth and students cannot be compromised at any cost. However, some people are just trying to play with the future of our students to run their political agenda and oppose the government.
The signatories include Indian academics from Delhi University, IGNOU, Lucknow University, JNU, BHU, IIT Delhi and University of London, University of California, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Ben Gurion University of Israel. .
He said, "We believe that the Central Government will take full care to conduct the JEE and NEET examinations so that the future of the students can be taken care of and the academic calendar for 2020-21 can be prepared."