JEE MAIN: Today is the exam, know – what is the reaction of the students, there is tension on this matter

Heavy security arrangements have been made at the centers of examination . To avoid the risk of corona infection, students have to undergo several tests before entering the examination hall.

The corona virus epidemic is in full motion. From politicians to corona warriors, the corona virus is catching everyone. New cases of Corona are setting new records every day. In such an environment, students were opposed to conducting the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) and the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET). The JEE examination is starting from today despite opposition from students and opposition parties.
The National Testing Agency (NTA) has completed exam preparation. Heavy security arrangements have been made at the centers of examination.  To avoid the risk of corona infection, students have to undergo several tests before entering the examination hall. Security personnel posted at the examination centers have also been seen on Facebook. Students arriving at the examination centers are also wearing masks and gloves.

Jammu & Kashmir: Candidates arrive at Chenab College of Education in Kaluchak that has been designated as an exam centre for #JEEMain.

A candidate says, “Today we have the exam of B. Architecture, therefore there are fewer students. It’s good that the exam is being conducted.” pic.twitter.com/9fK9AvSdFI

— ANI (@ANI) September 1, 2020

Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has wished the students for the ongoing examination amid political turmoil. The Education Minister has tweeted and appealed to the students and their parents to reach the examination centers following the health guidelines issued by the government. The education minister has also assured the students and their parents that the chief ministers and administrative officials of all the states have said that all possible assistance will be given to the students. Let us tell you that around 11 lakh students across the country have applied for the JEE exam.

Jharkhand: Candidates enter #JEEMain examination centre in Ranchi while observing social distancing norms.

A candidate from Hatiya, Shreyanshi Mishra says, “We have been informed that we will undergo sanitisation, thermal check & frisking before we enter the computer lab.” pic.twitter.com/UymXP97pYp

— ANI (@ANI) September 1, 2020

How is the JEE exam in Jammu

The JV examination in Jammu began today with caution related to COVID-19. Due to social differences, students were allowed to enter the examination center one by one.

Thermal screening of students was done before entering the examination hall. Touchless hand sanitizing was provided at the entrance. At the same time, arrangements were made for students to sit far away in the examination hall.

Such feedback from students

Speaking to India Today, the engineering students gave mixed reactions when entering the examination hall. Although some welcomed the government’s decision to conduct the exam, others said the examinations should have been postponed. Some students said they feared the corona virus. At the same time, some students said that they have no problem in reaching the examination hall.

Father Sanjeev told India Today, “My son was under stress due to the postponement of the exam. Good thing that I am taking my exam now, otherwise he would have lost a year.”

Biswal said, “We cannot afford to lose even a year. They are mature enough to understand SOP. The Center has to follow their protocol. I forgot to give gloves to my daughter today, but I am sure they provide it will do.” .

Bihar: Candidates undergo temperature check & hand sanitization process at TCS Office in Pataliputra Colony, Patna, designated as an exam centre for #JEEMain. They are also being given fresh masks.

A candidate, Piyush says, “There were no autos/buses available to reach here.” pic.twitter.com/uBLrOfOxXR

— ANI (@ANI) September 1, 2020

No means found to access the exam center

The biggest stress for the students was how to reach the examination center. While some states have provided traffic facility to the students, some students have reached the examination center with great difficulty. Piyush, a student of Bihar, says that no bus and auto means have been found to reach the examination center.

 

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