Postpone NEET UG 2023: The chorus for postponing the undergraduate medical entrance examination – NEET UG 2023 grew louder on Saturday with many aspirants requesting the National Testing Agency to postpone the examination by a month in view of rising COVID-19 cases. While several students claimed that they are getting less time to prepare for the medical entrance after their board examination. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has concluded the Class 12 board examination on April 5, 2023.
Meanwhile, NEET UG 2023 examination is scheduled to be held on May 7, 2023. If we look closely at the exam schedule, only 32 calendar days were left for the students, after the CBSE Class 12 board examination, to prepare for the competitive examination.
Postpone NEET UG 2023: Chorus Grows For Postponing Entrance Exam, Aspirants Flood Twitter With #NamoJiHelpNeetUG2023
Hashtags like “#NEETUG2023POSTPONE, #postponeNEETUG2023, #postponeneetug2023onlytilljune” are trending on social media, with medical aspirants tagging the Education Ministry and the National Testing Agency (NTA) to raise their demands and concerns. While a section of students has started a Twitter campaign with #NamoJiHelpNeetUG2023. Here are some reactions on the microblogging site.
Dear @PMOIndia ,
Students spend the prime time of their life in understanding science & life. Policy makers must work to enkindle and facilitate growth when such requests are made. India’s future lies on their shoulders. 🙏#PostponeNEETUG | #NEETUG | #NamoJiHelpNeetUG2023 pic.twitter.com/BtdTobvmsV
— POSTPONE NEET/JEE 2023 (@postpone_neetug) April 21, 2023
While acknowledging the problems the students are facing, Pradeep Rawat, Social Activist took to Twitter and wrote,” On the request of #NEETUG2023 aspirants,A twitter campaign for their genuine demands will commence from sharp 8pm. Please raise your issues using the hashtag #NamoJiHelpNeetUG2023 aspirantsIf you want to amplify then Tweet ,Quote_Tweet ,Retweet,Reply too with the above hashtag…”
On the request of #NEETUG2023 aspirants,
A twitter campaign for their genuine demands will commence from sharp 8pm.
Please raise your issues using the hashtag #NamoJiHelpNeetUG2023 aspirants
If you want to amplify then Tweet ,Quote_Tweet ,Retweet,Reply too with the above hashtag… pic.twitter.com/JMz8p6kqHO
— Pradeep Rawat🇮🇳 (@ThePradeepRawat) April 21, 2023
Taking to Twitter an aspirant wrote, “As Corona cases are increasing day by day Please help #NEETUG2023 for #NEETUG2023POSTPONE #NamoJiHelpNeetUG2023.” Seeking help from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, another medical aspirant wrote,”Dear @narendramodi, #NEETUG2023 aspirants are looking for your kind help as Some of them are wanting extra time because of Board Exams and practicals either still going on or recently over.” Souce: India.com
Punjab, Jammu boards and Practical are clashing
Please help them #NamoJiHelpNeetUG2023
— Pawan Bhadana (@erPawanBhadana) April 21, 2023