“GOI is blind to students’ distress”: Rahul Gandhi
7th September, 2021
Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday tweeted that the government of India was ‘blind’ to students distress as NEET exams are nearby. This comes after the supreme court refused to interfere in the rescheduling of the exam and stated it was ‘very unfair’. Mr. Gandhi urged the government to postpone the exams and demanded a fair chance for students via the social media app.
Advocate Shoeb Alam that represented the petitioners said that many exams are scheduled around the new date (12th September) and it was unfair to students due to the pandemic and limited access to resources. Several of the petitioners were students and argued about the clashing of exams, including compartment exams for CBSE. The court pointed out that it could not reschedule the date of an exam that is attended by over 16 lakh students every year, over a plea of a few students.
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