JEE / NEET Exam 2020: Big announcement of Shivraj government, students will be able to travel free, apply this way

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New Delhi: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has given a big relief to the candidates going to appear in NEET and JEE (JEE / NEET Exam 2020) examination. The Madhya Pradesh government has announced a system of free travel for the candidates. Under this facility, the government will arrange free travel for the students from the block or district headquarters to the examination centre.

CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan shared the information related to this announcement on his official Twitter handle on Sunday. Today, he has once again tweeted about this facility being provided by the government to the candidates. Candidates will have to register by August 31 to take advantage of this facility. Candidates can call 181 or register for this facility by going to https/mapit.gov.in/covid-19.

Government of Jharkhand has given permission to open hotels and lodges

The government of Jharkhand, while announcing Unlock-4 on Friday, has given permission to open hotels, lodges in the state in view of NEET and JEE examinations. Along with this, the government has also announced to start local bus service and reopen the mall.

Safety and future of students are top priority: Ramesh Pokhriyal

In view of the examination of NEET and JEE, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal said on Thursday that the safety and future of students is the highest priority in relation to the conduct of NEET and JEE amid the Corona epidemic. He said that several steps were taken, including increasing the number of examination centres.

NEET on 13 September and JEE examination between 1 to 6 September

The National Testing Agency is going to conduct the NEET on September 13 and the JEE examination between September 1-6. Since the announcement of exam dates, there has been opposition to this in many places. In many areas of the country, students have protested and have demanded to take the exam further. Along with the students, the opposition has also demanded to postpone the exam. At the same time, the government is firm on its announcement to conduct the exam on time.


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