mohit.dhyani|Nov 27, 2021
Ramesh Pokhriyal Live Webinar - No plan to cancel NEET 2021, JEE Main may allow more attempts
Education Minister Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal interacted with students through his Twitter handle. Know his answers to students' questions regarding CBSE, JEE Main, NEET 2021 exam.
NEW DELHI: Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ interacted with the students through his Twitter handle today from 10 amd to 11 am. During his webinar, he addressed students' queries regarding CBSE Boards 2021, JEE Main 2021, and NEET 2021.
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Pokhriyal announced that if the situation remains the same, the exams have to be postponed and a decision for the same will be taken shortly. Addressing engineering entrance exam students, he said that we are discussion to conduct JEE Main 2021 twice, thrice or four times. Talking about NEET 2021 exam date, the exam schedule may be released soon and ample time will be given for students to prepare for exams.
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Interacting with teachers, parents and students on upcoming competitive/board exams. #EducationMinisterGoesLive @EduMinOfIndia @SanjayDhotreMP @PIB_India @MIB_India @DDNewslive https://t.co/qOsUBJ2J30— Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) December 10, 2020
Those who have specific questions they want to ask Union Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal or have concerns they need clarification on, could directly reach out to him by putting out a tweet using the hashtag #EducationMinisterGoesLive.
Most of the requests addressed to the Union Education Minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal, before the live session, are related to the reduction of the syllabus of JEE Main 2021, NEET, CBSE exams. Another request that has swarmed the Twitter handle of the minister is to postpone the JEE Main January 2021 exam.
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Education Minister, Ramesh Pokhriyal addressed the students' query regarding CBSE, JEE Main and NEET 2021 exam through his Twitter handle and Facebook page from 10 to 11 am. Know all updates here.
Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Twitter webinar updates
Speaking about the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, the minister said that this will help create new reforms and opportunities to the students. He also pointed out that international counterparts have also lauded India for NEP.
Praising students across the country for displaying a good result in the Class 10 board exams, minister Pokhriyal also said that even cities like Trivandrum, Bengaluru and Chennai showed 'excellent' results in the CBSE board examination.
Exam Postponement Updates
Pokhriyal said that If the situation remains the same, that the exams have to be postponed, we will make a decision then. Further, no syllabus will be reduced. He further said that We are discussing if JEE Main 2021 can be conducted twice, thrice or four times and we will try to announce NEET dates soon so that students will have ample time to study and prepare for NEET 2021 exam.
Practical exams are conducted at the school level. If it seems that you are not able to participate in practical classes, the situation is not right, the issue will be discussed.
The Education Minister said: "We conducted JEE, NEET exams on time during the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping in mind that a precious year of students does not get wasted.”
NEET proved to be the biggest exam conducted in the world during the pandemic.
CBSE removed 'FAIL' term from the mark sheets which looks like a harsh word and it can impact the mental health of students. So, CBSE used ‘Essential Repeat’ or any other term in the result documents as required.
When schools will reopen?
Pokhriyal said that 17 states have opened their schools although attendance is very low. He also talked about the safety of the students.
CBSE 10th exams in offline mode
Addressing the students during the live session, Pokhriyal said that the CBSE board exams will be conducted in offline mode. There had been demands for postponement of Classes 10 and 12 board examinations which are usually slated for February- March.
Ramesh Pokhriyal, Education Minister to go live on Twitter
Ramesh Pokhriyal adresses several queries on students related to JEE Main 2021, NEET and board exam. He went live on Twitter to share the decisions and advised to students who are preparing for competitive exams and boards.
Dear students, I will be addressing your concerns related to upcoming competitive and board Exams at 10 AM today on my Twitter/FB pages.— Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) December 10, 2020
Looking forward to interacting with you all.#EducationMinisterGoesLive pic.twitter.com/GZ9oI9zom3
What are the student's questions for Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal?
Students have two major questions regarding JEE Main 2021, NEET 2021 and CBSE board class 10 and 12 exams, which are given below:
- Will these exams be postponed?
- How will one prepare for competitive exams is reduced academic syllabus is not taught in the schools?
Apart from this, most of the students are demanding for the postponement of CBSE 2021, JEE Main and NEET 2021 exam. For more detailed information about Education Minister live webinar, stay tuned to this page.
Will the JEE & NEET 2021 Syllabus be reduced too?
A student raises concerns that CBSE syllabus has been reduced but neet syllabus is the same. In this situation, how they will prepare if the reduced syllabus is not taught in the school:
As the class 11 th and 12 tu syllabus is reduced, but for neet whole syllabus is there. How we will prepare for competitive exams as it is not taught in school.#EducationMinisterGoesLive— Riddhima Rajurkar (@RajutRiddhima) December 7, 2020
Ramesh Pokhriyal's Twitter Handle is flooded with numerous queries related to JEE Main 2021, NEET & CBSE Board exam 2021. Students asked to postpone JEE Main, NEET and CBSE exams 2021.
The Second wave of COVID has hit India much harshly— Nitish Badgujar (@badgujar_nitish) December 9, 2020
No physical classes have been held so far
So The exams should be postponed till June
JEE-MAIN 1 (May)
Jee Main 2 ( August)
Jee Adv/ NEET (Sept)
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