The HRD minister, Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal, had conducted a live interaction with the students and parents early in the morning today. Students asked him several questions regarding CBSE 2021 Board exams, NEET 2021 exam, and JEE mains 2021. The minister tried to answer maximum questions, and he also provided recent updates relating to JEE Main 2021, NEET 2021, Board Exams 2021, and other entrance exams.
Today early morning the HRD minister Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal conducted a live session to interact with students and parents through his Twitter and Facebook accounts. During this live interaction, Mr. Pokhriyal addressed the students’ and parents’ concerns regarding the upcoming exams. He applauded the teachers who worked wonderfully during the pandemic and ensured that the teaching did not stop.
A few questions/concerns asked/raised by the students to the HRD Minister Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal includes:
A few students were apprehensive about the collision of exam dates with their 12th practical exam.
Addressing this concern, Mr. Pokhriyal requested the schools to ensure that the practical exam dates do not clash with any competitive exam.
When asked about any change in the syllabus for competitive exams?
The minister responded that he is in talks with the NTA, and soon they will conclude the NEET 2021 exam syllabus.
A few students suggested canceling the NEET 2021exam.
The Education minister replied, that the government would not cancel the NEET2021 exams. However, the government may consider delaying the exam. He even stated that a lot of countries had applauded India as they did not cancel any exams thus lagging the country behind for one year. He even showed his resentment to obnoxious people who are trying to cancel important national level exams like NEET.
When a few students and parents raised their concern regarding safety and allotment of the center, Mr. Pokhriyal ensured the NEET 2021 aspirant that just like NEET 2020, the Government will provide the nearest exam center to almost all the examines. However, when asked if the exam will be online Mr. Pokhriyal said owing to the complexity of the exam we are opting for an offline NEET 2021 exam.
The HRD minister felt happy to help the students and their parents with their concerns. Mr. Ramesh Pokhriyal also asked for suggestions from parents and students to help them better.
Mr. Pokhriyal wished luck to all the students for their upcoming exams and thanked the students for joining him live.
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While we are still waiting for the updated NEET 2021 exam date, we encourage all the NEET aspirants to stay positive and concentrate on their exam preparation. We will update you with any future development regarding the NEET 2021 important dates and as soon as we get any official announcement by the NTA.