The former Congress chief also urged the government to let the students "have a fair chance" in the exams.
The former Congress chief also urged the government to let the students “have a fair chance” in the exams. Gandhi’s remarks come a day after the Supreme Court refused to defer the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET)-UG examination scheduled for September 12, saying it does not want to interfere with the process and it will be “very unfair” to reschedule it.
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The advocate for the petitioners argued that medical entrance exam NEET-UG 2021 be deferred as many other examinations are scheduled around September 12. “GOI is blind to students’ distress. Postpone NEET exam. Let them have a fair chance,” Gandhi tweeted.