NEET UG 2022 Candidates Write to President to Postpone the Examination!!! Reflection Must be Favor Says Lawyer!!!

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NEET UG 2022 Candidates Write to President to Postpone the Examination!!! Reflection Must be Favor Says Lawyer!!!
NEET UG 2022 Candidates Write to President to Postpone the Examination!!! Reflection Must be Favor Says Lawyer!!!

NEET UG 2022 Candidates Write to President to Postpone the Examination!!! Reflection Must be Favor Says Lawyer.NEET-UG 2022 must be postponed, according to activist lawyer AnubhaSahai, who has been pushing different students’ grievances to court, including the recent university test consistency lawsuit, citing the “quite rational arguments” cited by students. Because earlier counselling sessions had been pushed back, it made sense to move the NEET-UG exam, which was slated for mid-July, forward, according to Sahai.

“Counseling for the preceding round was delayed, and it is still ongoing in several places.” As a result, the July 2022 batch counselling and academic timetable will be moved forward nonetheless, as I don’t believe there is enough infrastructure or academic capacity to conduct both batches concurrently,” Sahai added.”So, if everything is going to be postponed anyhow, why not postpone the admission exam as well?” Students will have more time to prepare as a result of this,” she noted.

Once again, students turn to Twitter for help.

Students have taken to Twitter to demand that the exam be rescheduled, with some claiming that the least the authorities could do was acknowledge their request. “We Will Respect Your Decision But Pls Officially Put Some Notice About NEET..Mental Pressure Is Killing Us From Within..please postpone NEET UG sir,” one user commented. Another user, @KKNeet2, sent a thorough letter outlining the issues that would arise if the exam were held as scheduled, and requested that it be postponed by at least one month.

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“This year’s NEET- (UG) – 2022 is set for July 17th, and counselling was done last week in April,” wrote @AIJNSA official. While in certain states, counselling and seat allotment continued long after the NEET (UG)-2022 notification was released.”

“Not only does this harm the aspirants’ mental health, but it also affects their parents’ hopes of seeing their child become a DOCTOR,” @Uzziepixie wrote. Do you care about our mental health? It’s a @DG NTA request.”

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