J&K CM writes to Nadda, seeks NEET exam Centre at Srinagar
Jammu: Taking cognizance of the problems flagged by concerned candidates due to non-availability of a NEET (PG) examination centre at Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti on Friday pleaded with Centre for establishment of an examination centre for the coming examination.
In her communication to Union Health and Family Welfare Minister, JP Nadda, the Chief Minister has drawn his attention towards the fact that around two thousand students from Kashmir province are taking the said examination being conducted by National Board of Examination on January 07, 2018 and non-availability of an examination centre at Srinagar would put such a large number of medical graduates to a lot of inconveniences.
Mufti has requested the Union Health Minister for his intervention in the matter to establish an examination centre at Srinagar for the said examination which would save such a large number of candidates from the difficulties otherwise.
Pertinent to mention here that requests from various groups of students had come to the Chief Minister for taking up with the Centre the issue of setting up an examination center at Srinagar for the coming NEET (PG)-2018 examination in view of a large number of candidates from Kashmir Valley taking such an examination.
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