NEET UG 2022 postponement: #DharmendraPradhanHelpUs trends on Twitter

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Pallavi Pathak
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Updated on Jun 23, 2022 17:23 IST

Twitter campaign is going on under #DharmendraPradhanHelpUs to urge Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan to defer NEET UG 2022 which is scheduled to be conducted on July 17.

NEET UG 2022 postponement: #DharmendraPradhanHelpUs trends on Twitter

Twitter is being flooded with tweets urging to postpone NEET UG 2022. Both students and parents have been demanding exam deferment.

The NEET(UG)/JEE Students Association has tweeted, "Why should we suffer when delayed counseling is not our fault?"

Another tweet reads, "Defer NEET-UG by 40 Days."

The Association is asking that when counselling can be delayed, JEE Can be postponed twice, then why NEET UG 2022 suffer and compromise. The students are saying that delayed NEET UG 2021 counselling was not their fault and with the NEET UG 2022 exam scheduled on July 17, they do not have sufficient time in hand to prepare for the medical entrance exam.

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Dr. Rohan Krishnan, the National President and founding member of FAIMA India tweeted, "For all the NEET UG candidates asking for some information abt exam- I don’t think government is any mood to postpone the exam. They always have justification for injustice and ignorance. So make most use of the time and study hard."

Other related tweets are:

"We are demanding for which we are deserve we not demading for extra time #DharmendraPradhanHelpUs #JUSTICEforNEETUG "DEAR MODIJI DEFER NEET UG BY 40 DAYS."

"Sir , please try to hear and understand our voices and demands. It's a genuine issue among neet aspirants. Give us more 30-40days to prepare completely, Kindly look into the matter sir"

"Shri @dpradhanbjp Ji Students are looking for an answer from officials. How long they will kept on hold? Kindly come forward&do the needful. We are hoping for positive response. Prithee consider it."Dear @DG_NTA, we aren't asking you to conduct neet multiple times like you does with jee. We aren't asking you to give us multiple exams for medical stream like engineering has! We are just asking, infact begging you to just give us the TIME WE DESERVE."

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