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A day before the commencement of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2022 session 1, several students have now started demanding postponement of the exam.
The JEE Main 2022 session 1 is all set to be held on June 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, and 29, at different centres located in 501 cities across India and 22 cities outside the country.
The aspirants have been demanding postponement citing floods in a few parts of the country and the ongoing violent protests against the Centre's Agnipath scheme.
Amid the demand, #JEEMains2022 today started trending on Twitter as engineering aspirants tweeted in large number using the hashtag and tagging the Education Minister and the Prime Minister to consider their woe.
"Today submitted a letter to Honarable PM, regarding #JEEMains2022 aspirants serious & geniune concerns. Due to sudden arrise of unexpected situations such as heavy floods & Agnipath Protests aspirants are going through tough times.
Postponement of the exam will be a big relief," tweeted a user.
Today submitted a letter to Honarable PM, regarding #JEEMains2022 aspirants serious & geniune concerns.— Himanshu Borah (@UrHimanshuBorah) June 21, 2022
Due to sudden arrise of unexpected situations such as heavy floods & Agnipath Protests aspirants are going through tough times.
Postponement of the exam will be a big relief. pic.twitter.com/pVnaDPD5XB
Another Twitterati wrote, "#JEEMains2022 Should be postponed considering the sudden floods in certain States and Unexpected cancellation of trains etc because of ongoing agitation! Aspirants are requesting some time till the situation normalise!"
Petition to postpone JEE Mains by 1 week to make specific arrangements to reach the center. @dpradhanbjp @DG_NTA @PMOIndia— Word (@AstutelyCareful) June 21, 2022
For those who support the idea, spread this image and tag the valid agencies.#JEEMains2022 #JEEMain #Postponejeemains2022 pic.twitter.com/dxFP5fHbb5
Several #JEEMains2022 Aspirants from Assam are requesting to reschedule the date due to floods and from Bihar too as railway services are affected due to protest— Adv Anubha Shrivastava Sahai 🇮🇳 (@anubha1812) June 20, 2022
On June 21, the National Testing Agency released the admit card for the JEE Main June 2022 session. Candidates who have registered themselves for the same can download their admit cards by visiting the official website, jeemain.nta.nic.in.