As we all know COVID-19 has hit Russia and China again, Now it’s our turn to be very cautious.
COVID 19 third wave is almost inevitable but not clear when it will occur.
We have already witnessed two highly disturbed and chaotic academic years in the history of Indian education system.
Since India has highest number students in the world, if the third wave hits India there will be a huge impact on education and subsequent R&D all over the globe.
If we do not take enough care now, we may have to shift to online mode of teaching in this year again. That will be a huge setback to the students who are doing preparations for entrance exams like NEET, JEE etc.
This will effect rural students very much. As most of them cannot afford or have good Internet connection.
The above said point is against SOCIAL JUSTICE.
Precautions that we can take
Avoid unnecessary travel
Follow masking and sanitisation orders
Double masking (it gives extra protection against COVID 3rd wave delta variant)
Whenever you touch something or someone, it is important to sanitise.
Always keep hand sanitiser and sanitising wipes with you wherever you go.
I have been teaching for both NEET and JEE (mains and advanced) for past 8 years. I will try to give a crisp and unbiased answer to your question.
If you look at the level of competition, it is very very high in both the exams.
Which means the struggle/ the effort a student has to put to get into a very good medical college or an IIT is almost equal.
POINT 1. (very important)
NEET is more of memory.
JEE is more of understanding.
Purpose of both the examinations is different. Therefore they must differ in their difficulty level.
Through JEE exams we have to select students with very good analytical and logical skills. Because they are future engineers or scientists.
Through NEET we select candidates who can become good doctors. A doctor needs more information, he has to be very fast in taking decisions and he should have great memory power. (hence we give less time to answer NEET)
IN TERMS OF DIFFICULTY IN GETTING INTO BEST INSTITUTES BOTH ARE TOUGH.
IN TERMS OF DIFFICULTY LEVEL OF QUESTIONS JEE TOUGH.