Apex Naga students’ body appeals authority for smooth conduct of NEET UG exam

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Newmai News Service

Senapati: The All Naga Students’ Association, Manipur (ANSAM) has appealed to all concerned authorities for the smooth conduct of the NEET-UG 2023 examination slated for June 6.

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In a statement today, the Naga student body appealed to all to ensure that the examination is held without any disturbance. “Considering the upcoming NEET-UG examination scheduled to be held on June 6, 2023, by the National Testing Agency at various examination centres in the state, the ANSAM, with serious concern for the posterity’s sake of medical aspiring candidates and students fraternity, appeals to the general public to extend their utmost support and co-operation for ensuring smooth conduct of the NEET-UG examination, 2023”.

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The ANSAM, while extending its best wishes to the candidates for the NEET-UG 2023 examination, also drew special attention of the state government and the central government to keep needed vigilance on the day to ensure smooth and fair conduct of the examination.

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The Naga student body then rues that the situation in Manipur has drastically affected the entire state including the academic administration and the prevailing situation can adversely affect the students’ careers.

The ANSAM, with serious concern on the prevailing situation and the students’ careers, expressed its appreciation to all the “encompassing anti-terror efforts for restoring normalcy in the state”.

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