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Tune in for CBSE, NEET and JEE exam dates
Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said he will address all concerns in a live interaction on December 10.

04 Dec, 2020

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To put a break to growing speculations over 2021 exams for CBSE, NEET and JEE,  Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank recently said that he will address all concerns in a live interaction on December 10. Pokhriyal is said to be going live on both Twitter and Facebook, and will answer the queries of students, teachers and parents. 

The minister in his recent tweet has invited concerns from the stakeholders for the same. You can use the hashtag #EducationMinisterGoesLive to flag your concerns to the minister before 10th Dec.

 Here is the reassuring tweet of the minister

"Dear all, 2020 has been a year of a great many changes like adjusting to #onlineeducation, adapting to #newnormal. Happy to share that I am going live on Dec 10 to talk about upcoming competitive/board exams with you. Drop your concerns below using #EducationMinisterGoesLive," Pokhriyal tweeted on Wednesday (December 2).

Given the COVID situation through the country, most schools are closed for offline studies. The schools also appeared confused on the direction to take, especially regarding holding of exams. This live session from education minister will provide direction to schools, teachers as well as students.

In recent interview, a top CBSE official confirmed that exams will be taken in written mode. He however also said no decision is taken yet on procedures etc, which shall be taken once the COVID situation improves. 

Parents are concerned regarding safety of children, and weather schools will be able to maintain strict COVID protocols. There is also concern over how lab and practical exams will be conducted.

Practicing enough for NEET 2021 ?

Download the NTA NEET 2021 notice dated 12 March 2021  here

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