Demand for postponement of NEET 2022 continues, students trend #PMOHhelpNEETUGAspirants

only a few days left for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) 2022 To be and the concerned medical candidates are seeking to postpone the entrance exam. Students want more time to prepare for NEET and want to postpone for 40 to 60 days. Students also claim that the exam is clashing with CUET. Now after months of protests, candidates have requested the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to look into the matter.

With the hashtag #PMOHhelpNEETUGAspirants, NEET aspirants claim that PM is their last resort as they have been turned down by everyone else. students claim that CBSE The 12th board exams to end in mid-June, he got only a month’s preparation time. Also in July JEE Main will be conducted and CUET Also makes its debut on 15 July.

The students preparing for the medical entrance exam want the exam to be postponed. He has said that “all hope is gone” and has taken to social media platform Twitter to put forth his demands. “I’m really stressed out what should I do? Can’t revise! #PMOHelpNEETUGAspirants #MODIJIdeferNEETUG #MODIJIextendNEETUG,” wrote one student on the stage.

The students had earlier said that they would go on hunger strike. They also took to social media platforms with the hashtag Chalo Modi Awas or ‘Let’s go to Modi’s Awas’Claims to have started the march towards PM Modi’s residence. This year, more than 18.72 lakh students have applied for NEET 2022 which is an increase of 2.5 lakh students as compared to last time. This time the age limit has been removed.

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