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Education Minister says, Students want NEET, JEE exams to be held

In every other important improvement, the Centre nowadays located earlier than the GST Council alternatives for borrowing by states to satisfy the shortfall in GST revenues, pegged at Rs 2.35 trillion inside the current financial 12 months.

Over 1.7 million candidates have downloaded their admit playing cards for JEE and NEET, and this suggests that the scholars need the exams to be performed at any cost, Union education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ stated on Thursday. The minister’s remarks come towards the backdrop of a growing chorus for postponement of the medical and engineering front checks in view of spike in Covid-19 cases.

Students want JEE, NEET exams to be conducted: Union Education Minister |  The News Minute

In every other important improvement, the Centre nowadays located earlier than the GST Council alternatives for borrowing by states to satisfy the shortfall in GST revenues, pegged at Rs 2.35 trillion inside the current financial 12 months. Briefing reporters after the forty first meeting of the GST Council, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman stated the financial system is going through an first rate ‘Act of God’ situation, which may additionally result in financial contraction.

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman addressed the click convention on forty first goods and offerings Tax (GST) Council assembly which was held nowadays through video conferencing in New Delhi.