Meanwhile, the NTA has issued the admit cards for both the JEE Main and NEET (UG) 2020 entrance examinations, in which the SOPs have been mentioned.
New Delhi| The ministers of West Bengal, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Punjab and Maharashtra have filed petitions in the Supreme Court amid the ongoing controversy over the engineering and medical entrance exam JEE-NEET. In the petition filed, the ministers have sought review of the order issued by the Supreme Court on 17 August and also appealed to postpone the JEE- NEET to be held in September.
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The Government and the opposition have also locked horns over the examination of JEE Main and NEET. The Chief Ministers of 7 states, under the leadership of Congress President Sonia Gandhi, demanded to postpone the examination. West Bengal CM Mamta Banerjee and Punjab CM Capt Amarinder Singh said that all states should move to Supreme Court. It was then decided that a review petition would be filed in the Supreme Court. At the same time, Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren had talked about meeting the President before going to court.
Admit card issued for JEE Main and NEET (UG)
On the other hand, the NTA has issued the admit cards for both the JEE Main and NEET (UG) 2020 entrance examinations, in which the SOP for the necessary precautions and preparations in relation to the epidemic along with the instructions required by the agency for the examination are mentioned. Along with this, the agency has already issued an advisory on its official website, www.nta.ac.in, keeping in mind the corona epidemic.
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