Yoga Day Event At Delhi University Cancelled By Education Minister After Protest By Students For Neet- UGC Scam

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About Delhi University

Delhi University is a collegiate research central university located in Delhi, India. The university has 16 faculties and 86 departments distributed across its North and South campuses, and remaining colleges across the region. It has 91 constituent colleges. Delhi University is one of the largest university systems in the world with over 400,000 students on its campuses and affiliated colleges. The Vice President of India serves as the university chancellor.

Education Minister Calls Off Scheduled Event At The University

Earlier on Friday there was news that on the occasion of International Yoga Day the Education Minister of Delhi will perform yoga will the students of Delhi University. But later Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan cancelled his Yoga Day event at Delhi University after students protested, displaying black flags and raising slogans. According to the reports, the students displayed black flags to him.

Students Showed Black Flags To Dharmendra Pradhan,  Addresses The Failure By NTA

They also raised slogans over the recent alleged scams involving the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) and UGC-NET. On Thursday while addressing a press conference, Dharmendra Pradhan said the question paper leak of UGC-NET is an “institutional failure” of the National Testing Agency (NTA) and the government will set up a high-level committee to look into its functioning and recommend reforms.

The People Involved Should Be Punished Strictly

Students at Delhi University protest over alleged scams involving NEET, UGC-NET. The issue raised by students during protest should be addressed by the Government of Delhi as it was unfair and not acceptable. The exam should be reconducted and the people who were involved in such scam should be punished hard.

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