CBSE to hold UGC NET exam in Srinagar on August 28 amid tight security cover

The unrest condition in Kashmir Valley is disrupting lives of everyone including common people. The situation is so bitter there that one can hardly think to make way for a tranquil living. Now, it possesses an inimical condition for aspirants NET (National Eligibility Test) aspirants. The CBSE NET exam which is proposed to be held on 28th August is under uneasiness condition.

cbse ugc net examEarlier, the NET exam was held on July 10 across other exam centres across the country. But, the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Muzaffar Wani in an encounter with Indian Army led the people of Kashmir to breach the normal situation and protest in a violent manner. The situation went chaotic as people came on the roads pelting stones and flaming tyres. After seeing all these situations, CBSE decided to postpone the exam until the situation comes to normal.

The government of India has been holding frequent meetings regarding Kashmir issue to make people calm. PM Narendra Modi said the condition of Kashmir is pathetic and requested the youth to focus on academics rather than on protest. He said he wanted to see a laptop in the hand of every Kashmiri youth.

However, the situation is still not normal in Kashmir and the UGC-NET exam is about to held on Sunday. The authorities assured the exam centre would be under tight security so that any mishappening would not occur. Also, the District Development Commissioner of Pulwama, Srinagar has decided to avail the transport facility to the candidates appearing in NET and asked them to register through SMS or any means with the district administration by 26th August. And, the divisional administration said the candidates to visit National Informatics Centres (NICs) to get admit cards if they have not got those.

Meanwhile, some reports said that the aspirants across the Kashmir of NET exam are appealing to change the exam centre. Aspirants said that neither they can take the risk to enter the conflicted areas nor their parents are allowing them to go outside. They requested the authorities to further postpone the exam or change the exam centre to Delhi.

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