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NSUI begans the hunger strike | for NEET-JEE postpone

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On Wednesday an indefinite hunger strike has been begun by the Members of the Congress-affiliated NSUI. The strike by the members is demanding the postponement of the NEET-JEE and demands fee waiver for for students for six months during the period of this corona pandemic.

Neeraj kundan who is the president of National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) and president of the Delhi wing of the students’ body has started and led this hunger strike for the approval of the demands . The strike has begun along with eight other members.

This is also demanded that the authorities should not conduct examination as per looking at the prevailing condition of Corona virus.

The NSUI had written last week to Prime Minister Narendra Modi . This was demanded that the postponement of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) and Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) should be done and final year students should be promoted on the basis of past performance.

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