Opposition to NIT-JEE exam: Supreme Court goes to six states

Opposition to NIT-JEE exam: Supreme Court goes to six states

Opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections. Four non-BJP chief ministers, including West Bengal, Punjab, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand, today filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the JEE-NIT test. The states have said that the conduct of the NIT-JEE test during the Kovid-16 epidemic will create a dangerous situation. The petition, filed by four cabinet ministers in all the states, said they had reviewed the situation in their respective states and held that the situation was not safe at all. They said the students' lives would be in jeopardy by organizing the NET-JEE exam. "It is not possible to implement the security arrangements and transport arrangements for the students during the exams," he said. The petitioners are West Bengal Law Minister Malay Ghatak, Jharkhand Finance Minister Rameshwar Oraon, Rajasthan Health Minister Dr. Raghu Sharma, Chhattisgarh Food Minister Amarjit Bhagat, Punjab Health Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu and Maharashtra Health Minister Uday R. Samanta.

This month, the Supreme Court heard an application filed by 11 students from 11 states to move the NIT6 exam. The students protested in September that they would not take the test in September. But the Supreme Court ruled that the JEE Main and Knit exams would be scheduled. Then the process of issuing admit cards from the NTA continues.

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