Big Day for NEET UG 2022 Aspirants: Delhi High Court Hearing Today about Medical Entrance Exam Deferment.Students from various states have now knocked on the Delhi High Court’s door asking for the postponement of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-UG), which is in high demand. A second go in the NEET-UG2022 exam was also requested in the petition Mamata Sharma, an attorney, filed in the Delhi High Court.
The matter is anticipated to be heard urgently by the court tomorrow. On the petition, more information is awaited. The admission cards for the NEET-UG 2022, which will be held on July 17 for the unversed, were made available yesterday at neet.nta.nic.in.
What Are Students Demanding for NEET-UG 2022?
For at least 40 days, medical aspirants from all over the nation have been calling for the NEET-UG 2022 exam to be postponed. They gave a number of explanations, one of which was a conflict between the CUET and NEET exam schedules.
Careers of NEET-UG2022 hopefuls will be lost due to heavy rains and flooding. Students tweeted that a deferral of 15-20 days may be beneficial.
“We only need 30 to 40 days. They cannot provide us something significant or big-time. Please pay attention to us; don’t treat us like the future, which you are destroying. Why? Because of what we did to you.SheeluYadav, a NEET-UG applicant, said, “Plzz postpone neetug lakhs of students desire this everyone wants postponed neet.
Students argued they needed extra time for preparation after NEET-UG 2021 counselling completed in May because NEET-UG 2022 is set for July 17.
Students further mentioned that because the CBSE 12th board exams were completed in June, they only have one month to study for the NEET-UG.
NEET-UG 2022: A 19-page memo submitted to the ministry of education
Prior to this, students had also addressed a memo to the Ministry of Education to reiterate their requests. Students said in the 19-page memorandum that since the official NEET UG 2022 notification was released on April 6, 2022, there have been less than 100 days to prepare.
Additionally, they said that the communication went against the custom of notifying applicants at least five months before the exam date. The agitated students claimed that a lack of preparation time had left them stressed and anxious.
Additionally, they have been waging a Twitter campaign to amplify their demand. Students who were upset said on Twitter that “heavy rains & flood is likely to cost NEET-UG2022 hopefuls career.” A postponement of 15–20 days can be beneficial for them.
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