12 September lockdown lifted in West Bengal in view of NEET exam

The Government of West Bengal has lifted the lockdown in view of NEET examination scheduled to be held on 12 September.

The Government of West Bengal has lifted the lockdown in view of NEET examination scheduled to be held on 12 September.

Kolkata: The West Bengal government has lifted the lockdown on 12 September in view of NEET examination. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee tweeted that the West Bengal government had earlier announced a statewide lockdown on September 11 and 12.

However, the NEET-2020 examination is already scheduled for 13 September and the student community has requested to withdraw the 12 September lockdown. She said that it would facilitate them to reach the examination centers.

Ms. Banerjee took on twitter and posted double tweets on this saying, “GoWB had initially announced a statewide lockdown on Sep 11th & 12th. Considering the NEET 2020 examination scheduled on 13th, we have received numerous requests from the student community on lifting lockdown norms on 12th, helping ease their travel to examination centres.” Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee extended her very best wishes to the students.

After this decision of the state government, now there will be a lockdown in the state only on September 11.

[Hams Live]

0 Comments

    Leave a Comment

    Login

    Welcome! Login in to your account

    Remember me Lost your password?

    Lost Password

    %d bloggers like this: