After months of protest, the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test postgraduate (NEET-PG) 2022 was administered today, May 21. However, the controversy surrounding the medical research is not over. Now dozens of NEET aspirants demand a medical examination twice a year for both UG and PG. Many aspirants have also taken to social media to make similar demands.
Recently, members of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (AVBP) met with Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya on May 18, 2022 to discuss these demands. During the meeting, the student organization also handed over a memorandum to the minister, media reported.
Meanwhile, many NEET aspirants have also taken to social media to voice similar concerns.
For postponement of NEET UG 2022 I cannot say anything.
★But NEET twice a year should provide aspirants with relief.
★NEET twice a year★ 👇@dpradhanbjp @DG_NTA @PMOIndia #PostponeNEETUG #NEETUG2022 #DelayNEETUG2022 #NEETUGDelay
— Vivek pandey (@Vivekpandey21) May 14, 2022
Srsly, this once-a-year exam battle is real. What if we are too sick to take the exam or have a tragedy?
Twice a year, NEET will reduce the stress, as well as so many prejudices.#neetpg2022 #postponeneetpg2022 https://t.co/jOcgFR7um9
— Dr. Parigyan (@Parigyan2) May 20, 2022
From this year on, the government will have to conduct two nit ug and pg exams in 2022.
There will be no problem.
If the better of the two scores is taken#NEETPG2022
— KoronaaConqueror (@Vishwesh151) May 20, 2022
It’s time to unite and step forward to take steps
1) Make NEET PG twice a year
2) Increase the number of PG seats 2 times
3) Give points to all medical officers working in NEET PG @priyankagandhi @PMOIndia @official_aimsa @neetpg22 @INDSaveStudents
— Min (@min_min23976644) May 21, 2022
Meanwhile, the memorandum submitted to the Minister of Health reads: “Students across the country have gone through a period of uncertainty due to the problem caused by NEET PG data. We strive to provide convenience to the students in the NEET PG 2022 exam. Students serve the country by joining the medical field as a pillar of society.
The memorandum further read: “We demand from the government that students, after having carefully considered all subjects, are given one more chance and that guidance for the year 2022 only takes place after the resit exam. We also ask the students to keep your morale strong in addition to preparing for the exam.”
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