‘Why discriminate against OCIs when there’s CAA’, says SC while allowing OCI candidates to compete for medical seats in open category
Supreme Court allowed Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) candidates to appear in the NEET-UG 2021 counselling in general category
Earlier on Wednesday, BJP Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy on Twitter had claimed that only 8 lakh out of the 18 lakh who had downloaded the JEE admit card actually appeared for the exam.
‘Postpone JEE-NEET, conduct RRB exams,’ how the postpone exams bandwagon revealed their hypocrisy by demanding railway exams be conducted
The JEE Mains has been conducted smoothly. The JEE Advanced exams will be conducted on the 27th of September.
Supreme Court dismisses review petition filed against previous order of allowing Centre to conduct NEET-JEE exams in September
Ministers from 6 non-BJP ruled states had filed the review petition against the August 17 verdict that allowed the centre to conduct NEET-JEE exams.
Candidates arrive for JEE exams at various centres across India under strict social distancing and COVID-19 precautions
Students reach exam centres as JEE main exams begin today, Covid-19 precautions being followed.
Pakistani accounts trying to create trouble with NEET and JEE exams by tweeting COVID positive medical report? Here is what happened
While a Pakistan-based testing agency indeed prepared the test report for a Pakistani national, it is unclear whether the said Twitter user is a Pakistani.
How will Indian students appear for exams such as JEE and NEET in the middle of a pandemic, the opposition is asking
JEE-NEET row: Congress IT cell indulges in ridiculous rumour-mongering to coerce the government to postpone the examinations
Congress IT cell warriors have attempted to hack protests against JEE-NEET exam by using fake social media posts
The NEET-JEE conundrum: What the students say, the poor communication by the Govt and what it can do to fix it
A dedicated campaign has been launched to demand the further postponement of the NEET and JEE exams.
The Supreme Court said that any further delay in JEE, NEET exams would result in the waste of "precious year" for students
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