75% candidates in Bengal could not write JEE Mains exams 2020 on Tuesday. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said that 75 per cent of the state’s candidates could not take JEE on Tuesday. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic situation only half of them managed to turn up in exam centres in other states.
4,652 candidates were scheduled to appear for the JEE Mains exam but only 1,167 were able to attend the exam.
Mamata Banerjee said that her government had made all the arrangements for the students on Tuesday which was the first day of the examination.
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75% candidates in Bengal could not write JEE Mains exams 2020 on Tuesday
“The students are in great trouble. They were not able to attempt the JEE examinations. In other states, more than 50 per cent of the students were not able to appear for it because of the pandemic situation,” Banerjee told reporters.
Earlier, the chief minister had requested the Centre not to hold the JEE amid the pandemic situation.