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Education Minister to Address Students’ Concerns on December 10, 2020


Education Minister to Address Students’ Concerns on December 10, 2020

On December 10, Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank will address students’ queries, comments and suggestions regarding CBSE Board Exams 2021, JEE Main 2021, NEET 2021-22 on Facebook & Twitter.

By Topperlearning Expert 04th Dec, 2020 03:53 pm

COVID-19 has affected students the most. The uncertainty around the dates of key examinations and has been worrying students and making parents anxious. Add to that, rumours and unverified news on social media can often end up causing grave harm to one’s study preparations. That is why, it is important to have your queries, comments, and suggestions answered by the right authority; and who better than the Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal himself.

The Education Minister has announced that he will be going live on Thursday, 10 December  2020 to address concerns about the upcoming competitive/board exams. So, if you have questions and would like to clarify your doubts regarding CBSE Board Exams 2021 or JEE Main 2021 or NEET 2021-22, then here’s your chance.



It's logical to have a lot of questions about your examinations and their dates. We suggest you prepare a short list of questions (3-5) and/or suggestions that you would want the Education Minister to address. For example, if you are a JEE aspirant, you could ask questions such as:


  1. Are the JEE Main 2021 dates likely to be postponed? Or, what are the likely dates for JEE Main 2021?
  2. Due to several reasons, our online classes have not yet started. How to ensure preparation for JEE in such a situation?
  3. Would the government and educational institutions be willing to consider conducting the examinations online instead?

Note: These are reference questions and you are advised to exercise caution when posting this as your concern/question to the Education Minister.

Once you have created your list of questions and suggestions, send a tweet mentioning @DrRPNishank. Also, use the hashtag #EducationMinisterGoesLive in your tweet.

Make sure to send them before December 10,2020 so that there’s a strong chance the Education Minister will respond to you.

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