BJP’s big attack on JMM-Congress coalition government for NEET-JEE examinations
By Neha Jha
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Jharkhand Pradesh BJP spokesperson cum former MLA Kunal Shadhangi has targeted the Jharkhand government, including JMM, Congress, amid advocacy to avoid NEET-JEE examinations across the country. The Bharatiya Janata Party alleges that at the behest of a few big private coaching and educational institutions, JMM and Congress have been opposing the Jharkhand cabinet sponsored opposition to JEE and NEET exams. Kunal Shadangi said that examinations are being held in all universities of Jharkhand. The date for various interviews and selection has also been announced by the JPSC. All the university colleges in the state, including Kolhan University, Ranchi University, Nilambar-Pitambar University, are adamant on taking the examinations of the students, but the Jharkhand government has been targeting JEE-NEET just by being politically motivated. He has said that some people are trying to play with the future of students to further their political agenda. Delay in taking the exam will ruin the precious year of the students. Such compromises should not be made at any cost with the dreams and future of our youth and students. Kunal Shadangi said that in the recent past in the BJP-ruled Goa, Karnataka and Gujarat, all kinds of examinations have been conducted in a systematic manner. The state government also ensured proper management for the trapped students. On the other hand, in the Congress-ruled Rajasthan also, at the end of the same month, Pre. DLAD exams are scheduled. In such a situation, Congress should clarify its position first.
BJP state spokesperson Kunal Shadhangi said that the Jharkhand government is not worried or sensitive about the health of the students, but misleading protests are being conducted against the private coaching and educational institutions at the behest of NEET-JEE examinations, which should be investigated. Kunal Shadangi said that on the pretext of examinations, the state government is making unsuccessful efforts to hide its inaction. If there are challenges in organizing NEET and JEE, how relevant and appropriate are the university level exams? The state government should first clarify the situation regarding the university exam.
He lashed out at the JMM and Congress for the double character and said that the government should ensure proper management in view of the future of the toiling students while respecting the orders of the Supreme Court, and stop crying about stagnation. This exam is given to recruit the best talent of the country in the best institutions of the country and very few candidates are successfully admitted compared to the sitting candidates. The Bharatiya Janata Party said that one should abstain from opposition only for politics. Party spokesperson Kunal Shadhangi claimed that the Modi government would not let the opposition party spoil the future of the students. The Supreme Court has also clarified the situation regarding examinations. The Joint Entrance Examination (Main) or JEE for Engineering will be between 1 to 6 September while the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET-Graduate) is planned to be held on 13 September. The JEE Mains exam was originally scheduled to be held on April 7-11 but it was postponed to July 18-23. The NEET exam was originally scheduled to be held on May 3 but was postponed to July 26. 10.5 lakh candidates have downloaded the admit card for NEET. is. About 7.5 lakh students have downloaded the admit card for JEE Main which is more than 99% of the registered candidates. These exams have already been postponed twice due to Coronas virus.