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Sonu Sood’s Happy Offer to Students!

Exams and Pandemic







Sonu Sood hailed as “Migrant Messiah” is back to help students. He is now helping students who will appear for JEE and NEET exams scheduled in September. He has vowed to make travel arrangements for the students facing problems in flood-hit areas. Sonu said, “No one should miss their exam because of resources.”

 

Sonu’s Tweet
Sonu Sood offers help again

He tweeted “In case #JEE_NEET happens: To all the students who will be appearing & stuck in flood-hit areas of Bihar, Assam & Gujrat. Do let me know your areas of travel. Trying to make your travel arrangements to reach your examination centers. No one should miss their exam because of resources.”

 

National Entrance in the era of Pandemic

 NEET and JEE exam during Corona worries parents and students alike. Many demand postponement in the view of the pandemic. Although, Sonu Sood has requested the government not to conduct exams. He however plans to help if it does not get rescheduled.

 

Sonu Sood’s View Point

 

Speaking to a news channel he said, “I hope the government will listen to the student and postpone the exam for about 2 months. The government should give 60 days to children and take 60 days for themselves. Children will get a chance to prepare for exams and the government will make arrangements.”

 

Happiness is Helping


Sonu Sood in a talk to The New Indian Express news portal said “The joy inherent to reach out the needy. Putting a smile on their faces is the most special feeling. No blockbuster has given me such a feeling.” Such an idea is reflected from helping migrants to lending hands to those who lost jobs, and is now ready to help students.”

Sonu Soon is on a mission to help the needy since the covid outbreak. Continue reading here for his other contributions https://www.globalyouthvoice.com/best-villian-becomes-hero-battling-covid19/

Education Minister may not reschedule



NEET  entrance exam is scheduled  on September 13, and engineering entrance JEE- Mains between September 1 to 6. These exams were adjourned twice amid this pandemic situation. However, Education Minister Nishank Pokhriyal made it clear not to postpone it anymore so that the academic year does not go in vain.

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