Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, Sept 1: Members of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) have sept up help camps for students at many places across the state for students appearing in the JEE Mains and NEET examinations. The JEE mains exams started in Jamshedpur on Tuesday and the BJYM set up a help camp outside the examination centre at ION Digital on Dimna Road. BJYM district president Amarjeet Singh Raja and other members are manning the camp.
The camp was inaugurated in a very simple manner in respect for the Bharat Ratna and former President Pranab Mukherjee who passed away yesterday. Floral tributes were paid to the departed statesman and two minutes silence was observed for peace of his soul.
BJYM district president Amarjeet Singh Raja informed that the help camps had been set up on advise of BJP state president Dipak Prakash and BJYM state president Kislay Tiwary to provide help to students appearing for the JEE Mains exams and NEET to be held later.
Water bottles, hand sanitizers, pens, face masks and vehicular arrangements for examinees for their to and from journeys to the exam centre had been made available at the camp. The help camp will run till conclusion of the JEE Mains examinations.
Specially present on the occasion, Jamshedpur parliamentarian Bidyut Baran Mahto said on the occasion that with the commencement of JEE Mains examinations nationwide, the months� long preparations are set to bear fruit. He observed, �These students are at the threshold of breasting the tape of materialization of dreams and aspirations. The youth will bring glory to the state and the country by performing well in these examinations. I wish all the examinees good luck and success.�
Senior BJP leader and former district president Abhay Singh said, �BJP has always given precedence to service. BJYM members have provided the examinees and their parents and guardians friendly care. This help camp will be extremely beneficial especially to examinees who have come from distant places.�
Former BJP district president Dinesh Kumar observed, �Several state governments have, unfortunately, tried to meddle with the future of the youth for political one-upmanship. The examinations have started late due to prevailing COVID conditions but instead of letting it happen conveniently the state government tried to put up political blockades.�
BJP state secretary Rita Mishra blessed the examinees and hoped that their success would enhance the glory of the state and the country.