Union Training Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Wednesday hit again at Rahul Gandhi for demanding the postponement of medical entrance examination NEET, saying the Congress chief was a “pseudo professional” with an “overflowing self-importance and a misplaced sense of entitlement”.
Criticising Gandhi for “questioning the knowledge” of the Supreme Courtroom and specialists on the NEET schedule, Pradhan mentioned that “yuvraj (prince)” ought to keep on with “his experience of concocting lies than issuing statements on issues he has no understanding of”.
The minister’s response got here after the previous Congress president referred to as for the postponement of the NEET examination as many different examinations are scheduled round September 12. Alleging that the federal government is “blind” to college students’ misery, Gandhi had urged the Centre to let college students “have a good probability” within the exams.
On Monday, the Supreme Courtroom refused to defer the Nationwide Eligibility-cum-Entrance Check (NEET)-UG examination scheduled for September 12, saying it doesn’t wish to intrude with the method and it will likely be “very unfair” to reschedule it.
“Rahul Gandhi perceives himself to be an professional on all the pieces with out having an iota of information. Overflowing self-importance & misplaced sense of entitlement of a failed crown prince is not any alibi to meddle into the schedule of examinations, give undue stress & make the scholars undergo,” Pradhan tweeted.
“Even the Hon’ble Supreme Courtroom has not entertained the plea to reschedule the #NEET examination citing the deferment as being unfair to a lot of college students.
“What makes @RahulGandhi the ‘pseudo professional’ query the collective knowledge of the bench and precise specialists?” he added.
A piece of medical aspirants has been demanding postponement of the examination citing the schedule of NEET intently clashing with a number of different exams.
The Central Board of Secondary Training (CBSE) Class 12 enchancment and compartment exams are set to be held between August 25 to September 15. The subsequent day after the medical examination is the arithmetic examination on September 13.
Different state-level entrance exams equivalent to Maharashtra Frequent Entrance Check (MHT CET) 2021, Indian Council of Agricultural Analysis (ICAR), Karnataka CoMEDK, Odisha JEE are additionally scheduled across the identical time.
Whereas ICAR is scheduled to be held on September 13, MHT CET 2021 will likely be held from September 4 to 10 and from September 14 to twenty and CoMEDK will likely be on September 14.
“Yuvraj ought to keep on with his experience of concocting lies, peddling half-truths and being the antagonist to something progressive, quite than issuing sweeping statements on issues he has no understanding of,” Pradhan additional mentioned.