New Delhi: Medical entrance exam NEET-UG which was postponed in Manipur in view of the law-and-order situation will now be conducted on any date between June 3 to 5, National Testing Agency (NTA) announced on Friday.
CUET-UG will be conducted in the state from June 5 to 8 and the postgraduate entrance test CUET-PG from June 5 to 17, the NTA also said.
“NTA has carefully reviewed the law-and-order situation in consultation with the
state administration of Manipur and the state government has decided to offer exam
centre to the candidates for NEET-UG, CUET-UG and CUET-PG,” said Sadhana Parashar, senior director of NTA.
“The option to change the city for examination is also available to those candidates in Manipur who have not appeared or missed NEET-UG, CUET-UG due to the law-and- order situation, irrespective whether they had downloaded their admit cards or not for these examinations,” she added.
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Manipur has witnessed violence over a move to grant scheduled tribe status to the majority Metei community in the state. Naga and Kuki tribals who are opposing this plan organised a ‘Tribal Solidarity March’ after which clashes broke.
While NEET-UG was conducted across the country on May 7, CUET-UG began on May 21.
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