NEET 2022: Aspirant writes to President to postpone exam

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Pallavi Pathak
Assistant Manager Content
Updated on May 9, 2022 09:47 IST

While NEET 2022 aspirants have been demanding to postpone the examination, one of the aspirants has written to President Ram Nath Kovind and requested with folded hands to reschedule the examination.

NEET 2022: Aspirant writes to President to postpone exam

NEET 2022 is scheduled to be conducted on July 17, and aspirants are demanding to reschedule the entrance exam as they think there is not a sufficient gap between NEET Counselling 2021 and NEET 2022 exam and also the exam date is clashing with that of other exams including CUET, JEE, and EAMCET.

The aspirants have been demanding to defer the exam date on the social media platform Twitter under the hashtags delayneetug2022 and postponeneetug2022.

NEET 2022 postponement: Letter to President

The letter reads, "Every year the students are given a minimum cooling period of about 8-10 months for the next attempt after all the admission processes are completed and the new academic session is started. This year students are barely getting 3 months cooling period. This abrupt decision has created a situation of distress amongst the students who are participating till the last round of counselling and are afraid that they may miss the chance this year by a margin of very less marks."

"It's a request to you with folded hands to please take up the matter and give students the sought relief by rescheduling NEET (UG) 2022 to late August or early September so that students get ample time for preparation and become more comfortable with the dates," added the letter.

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