NEET UG 2020: NTA reopens application correction window till 5 pm on September 30; visit ntaneet.nic.in
Students can make changes in their personal details including mother’s name, father’s name, gender, category, state code of eligibility and nationality
Suriya had said last week that the courts were ordering students to sit for National Eligibility Entrance Test, when the judges were themselves holding only virtual courts amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Parliament Updates: LS adjourned till 3 pm tomorrow; House passes bill reducing MPs' salaries, amended Essential Commodities Bill
Parliament Updates: The Essential Commodities (Amendment) Bill, 2020, has been passed in the Lok Sabha, by voice vote. The House has been adjourned until 3 pm on 16 September, 2020
Day 1 of Monsoon Session sees Question Hour scrapped amid Opposition fury, Rajya Sabha deputy chairman re-elected
The Opposition alleged that the Centre was trying to throttle democracy by doing away with the Question Hour, which it called the "Golden Hour" of the House
Suriya's note in Tamil stated that the government should create equal opportunities for everyone.
The 'cut-off' comprises of the minimum qualifying percentile and score that a student needs to pass the exam; NEET 2020 cut off will be declared online with the results
JEE-NEET amid COVID: No surprise NTA sidelined students' concerns; system built to cater to candidates in privileged positions
It is evident that only a particular class of students are privileged enough to have access to resources during the times of COVID while others have no choice but to watch from the sidelines
NEET aspirants, many accompanied by their guardians, queued up in front of metro stations to reach their examination centres
NEET UG 2020: Students will be allowed to carry a transparent water bottle and hand sanitiser inside the exam hall
The student's death drew sharp responses from the state's parties who are opposed to NEET, and the ruling AIADMK expressed shock over the incident
Tamil Nadu against Centre's decision to conduct NEET exam, says state education minister KA Sengottiyan
Speaking to reporters, Sengottiyan said that Tamil Nadu chief minister K Palaniswami has requested the Centre to exempt students from the state from writing the entrance exam
Students whose exam centres have been changed will have to download their admit card from ntaneet.nic.in
JEE Main 2020: 26% candidates skip September session; 6.3 lakh of 8.5 lakh students appeared for test
According to ministry data, last week 74 percent of the candidates appeared for the exams last week amid strict protocol in view of COVID-19. The attendance recorded witnessed a dip from January 2020 when at least 94.32 percent students appeared for the exams.
A bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan said that authorities will take all necessary steps for conducting the NEET undergraduate exam amid the COVID-19 pandemic
The crucial entrance test, which was postponed twice in view of the COVID-19 pandemic, is slated for 13 September
'We don't know whether we can raise questions on COVID-19 crisis and have debates on what's happening in eastern Ladakh as there is no Question Hour,' AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi added
Hearing the matter in-chamber, a Supreme Court bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, BR Gavai and Krishna Murari said the plea filed by ministers of six Opposition-ruled states "does not merit reconsideration"
NEET, JEE 2020 Exams News Updates: 'Plea has no merit', SC refuses to review 17 Aug order allowing entrance tests
NEET, JEE 2020 Exam News and LIVE Updates: The Supreme Court has begun hearing of a plea of ministers of six Opposition-ruled states seeking review of its 17 August order allowing holding of NEET and JEE exams physically
Day 1 of JEE (Main) 2020: Papers were 'moderately difficult', say students; complain of lack of transport in West Bengal
Across the country, COVID-19 protocols like temperature check before entry into the exam hall and social distancing norms, among others, were followed in the exam centres
Union minister Piyush Goyal said that admit cards of candidates will be considered as a pass to enter train stations with parents or guardians on exams days