According to recent guidelines by NTA and supreme court there is no any chance of postponement of neet 2020 which is going to be held on 13sep 2020.
It will be better that you should focus on your learning and give best in examination despite of thinking about postponement of examination as nta had issued sop for student's and examination centre for conducting safe examination.
If there will be any update about exam being postponed you will be updated.
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Originally scheduled for May 3, NEET 2020 was postponed due to the spread of novel coronavirus in India. During the lockdown, the number of infected cases was low which gave candidates hope that the examination can be conducted soon. They appealed to the authorities, asking them to reveal the new NEET 2020 exam dates. Little did they know that the numbers were about to explode.
On May 5, the HRD Minister announced the new date for the NEET 2020 exam, which was July 26. This was backed by an official notification that was released by NTA on May 24. However, the country was still under a lockdown when these dates were announced. As India began to unlock, the number of cases climbed leaving the aspirants of NEET 2020 worried. They now have a new plea, #postponeNEET.
The authorities found the concerns of these students genuine. They gave in to the demands and moved the exam dates for NEET 2020 further along to September 13. However, even these dates are being criticised and students have started new pleas to postpone the examination further.
The plea to postpone NEET 2020 has various reasons. Some of them have been stated below.
Travelling during COVID-19
Many NEET aspirants reside in remote locations of the country. To appear for NEET 2020, they will have to travel to the exam city by bus or train. Though the country is beginning to open, public transportation may take a while to normalise. Also, many candidates are not comfortable with the idea of travelling during an ongoing pandemic. Should these children be forced to put their safety at stake to appear for an examination?
Crowded exam centres
The authorities have ensured the candidates that all necessary precautions will be taken while conducting the examination. But with this large number of test-takers, such precautions may not be enough. Even if the number of candidates was reduced to half at a particular exam centre, it would still be overcrowded and social distancing will become a challenge.
Fear and anxiety
Conducting NEET 2020 amid the scare of novel coronavirus will not only subject the candidates to physical health hazards but also mental health issues. Those who appear for the examination will be worried about their health and may not be able to perform under such pressure. NEET 2020 being such an important examination for these candidates, not being able to give their 100 per cent during the examination is worrisome for them.
As mentioned above, NEET is the only entrance test for admission to undergraduate medical courses in India. The examination is conducted only once in a year. Therefore, it is important for the aspirants to make the most of their attempt. However, due to the current situation, many students fear that they may miss their chance if they get infected with COVID-19. Postponing the examination until the peak of COVID-19 passes is the best chance for such candidates.
PS: Prepare yourself for any situation because if you have study seriously last one then you don't have to worry about postpone and all.
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Earlier, Neet was scheduled to be conducted on July 26, 2020. But to rise in Covid patients, Neet was postponed to September. Then the authority announced their exam date, i.e. Neet will be now conducted on September 13, 2020 maintaining all safety measures and social distancing rules. But many students are requesting to postpone Jee Main and Neet over social medias so Two PILs were filed where one part was requesting to postpone these exams while some were wanting not to delay anymore. And Supreme Court had decided that the exams will not he postponed anymore. These exams have been delayed already. However an advocate has written letter to the Prime Minister for postponing the Jee Main and Neet based on many parents' and students' urge. But it won't help anymore. Now in a press meeting, NTA has also announced that these two exams won't be postponed again. So Neet is scheduled for September 13 and will be conducted on the same day. Less than one month is left for it. And the admit cards will be released 15 days prior to the examination. Now focus more on the important chapters, give mock tests regularly and find out your weak areas and work on them.