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Karnataka elections: NEET on May 7; aspirants anxious as PM Modi and Rahul Gandhi’s roadshow scheduled in Bengaluru

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Bengaluru: This Sunday (May 7) is going to be a big day for both BJP and Congress parties as their ‘star leaders’ will be holding a road show in Bengaluru ahead of Karnataka Assembly elections on May 10. But this Sunday is also a big day for thousands of aspirants of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET 2023) as the NEET is scheduled on May 7. With PM Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi scheduled to hold road shows on Sunday, thousands of NEET aspirants are left in lurch, considering the security measures put in place for the road show.

On Sunday, PM Modi’s road show is expected to cover 29 km, although the BJP is yet to announce the route map, after the road show was split on Sunday as well. And Congress has not yet announced the details of Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi’s road show.

The NEET 2023 will be held from 2 pm to 5.20 pm on Sunday and the students are expected to report at the exam centre by 1.30 pm.

Considering the traffic diversions and security checks, the students are anxious about reaching the exam centre on time.

Due to security reasons, all the roads leading to the road show will be blocked at least three to four hours earlier. This is expected to put added pressure on students who would have to start from their home several hours early to reach the exam hall. There will be added pressure of logistics and the difficulties that they may have to face to reach the exam hall.

Students are already hard-pressed for NEET exam and such rallies will only intensify their stress. Besides, if they are not able to reach on time due to rallies, who will take the responsibility?

-Team Mysoorunews

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