Breaking News: NEET 2020 Exam Is Postponed Again? Here Are The Complete Details That You Should Know

After the announcement made by the CBSE and ICSE board related to the cancellation of 10th and 12th board exams, students are concerned about the NEET exam this year. CBSE and ICSE board have cancelled remaining board exams of 10th and 12th board due to the increasing number of corona cases across India. They have decided to give general promotion to students. 

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Now, It is is expected that NEET exam will be cancelled due to the same reason. Students are waiting for NEET 2020 update from the National Testing Agency (the exam conducting body) and the Medical Council of India.  

Neet 2020 exam postponed

NEET 2020 Update

Earlier, the HRD minister of the government of India, dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank informed to media that NEET 2020 will be organized on July 26 this year. The exam details and admit card are likely to announce very soon. 

According to official sources, CBSE has sent a letter to NTA rerated to NEET 2020 exam. This letter was to indicated that dates of the board exam and NEET exam do not clash. Apart from that, there is an Appeal in Kerala High Court to related to NEET exam. There is also less possibilities to organize exam in online mode. 

Exam can be postponed again, but less chance of Cancellation 

Students who are preparing for NEET exam 2020 are glued to the internet and New Channels to get an update on the news of NEET 2020 is postponed again or NEET 2020 is cancelled or not.  Very less information has been made public but there is no official information yet. However, the chances of exam to be postponed again is more, over exam cancellation, due to the following reasons

1.Public transport is not functioning properly across the country

2. The Risk of spreading COVID-19 is extreme

3. Students are studying hard and if exam get cancel then they may get disappointed

4. Students from containment Zones or students affected by corona virus may not be allowed in the exam.

5. NTA doesn’t want to do that. 

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