With the second wave of coronavirus hitting India, the pandemic is far from over. Scientists have predicted that the ongoing wave could peak by mid-April and that the infections may see a steep decline only by the end of May, a period when the board and other examinations will take place across the country.
Students appearing for the AAI (Airports Authority of India) ATC/AO exam have demanded to reschedule the exam date, citing multiple reasons including COVID-19 induced restrictions in parts of the country. The exam is scheduled to take place on March 25 and 26.
The National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) will not be conducted twice a year, the National Testing Agency (NTA) told India TV Digital on Wednesday.
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Candidates looking to appear in the prestigious medical entrance examination -- National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) -- have been waiting for the declaration of the exam date. Aspirants also have eyes on the possible roll-out of a second attempt in a year, which is currently under deliberation.
A group of students has moved the Supreme Court against the decision of the Lucknow-based Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU) to conduct semester examinations in offline mode amid the contagion and related risks.
The prevailing suspense over the conduct of the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) and the possibility of twin chances for students, is going to end soon.
Many students of Lucknow's Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University took to social media to protest the forthcoming offline examinations and urged the university to hold exams online.
India TV Digital spoke to Former Finance Secretary CM Vasudev, who advocated a one-time vaccine cess this year. He also spoke at length about varous budget aspects, including generating new employment opportunities, tax relief to the salaried class, fiscal deficit and more.
Students of Lucknow's Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam Technical University have objected to forthcoming offline examinations, and urged the authorities to consider online mode. Raising students' concerns, the India Wide Parents' Association has written to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Education Minister and Additional Chief Secretary.
Students of the Bihar School Examination (BSEB) have demanded postponement of the board exams scheduled in February, citing safety issues due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Students of the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) have demanded cancellation of board examinations this year, citing several issues. Reaching out on Twitter, several students requested the authorities to promote them on the basis of internal assessment.
The students of CBSE Class 9 and 11 have been urging the board to conduct exams in online mode, citing the continued risk posed by the coronavirus pandemic. Students have expressed unwillingness to appear in offline examinations and said that they were not prepared as schools had not completed the syllabus yet. The board, however, has ruled out the conduction of online examinations for both classes.
The coronavirus pandemic has unleashed a plethora of challenges for students across the country. The uncertainty led by the contagion has been nothing less nerve-racking for students, who fear attending offline classes or appearing for exams physically. Now, CBSE Class 9 and 11 students have expressed similar apprehensions. Taking to social media, several students have urged the board to consider holding examinations in online mode.
NEET aspirants are eagerly awaiting the schedule of the medical entrance exam. Some took to social media to request Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank that the exam, usually held once a year, be conducted twice amid the pandemic.
After suspense over the JEE-Advanced test date ended on Thursday, students stormed social media and sought to know the schedule for National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET). Several students took to Twitter and requested Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank to announce the date for the medical entrance exam.
Taking to social media, several students across various universities in India are voicing themselves, requesting the varsities to conduct online exams, or else the government should step in.
Holding offline exams could be dangerous amid a pandemic that has been eating into one's lives, students of the I.K. Gujral Punjab Technical University (PTU) said as they raised concerns about their safety.
The Rajasthan Technical University (RTU) is set to conduct offline examinations in January, 2021. However, this is not going down well with the students as the threat posed by the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Chorus has been growing around the demand for a second cycle of examinations for ICSI students. Several of them have stormed social media demanding another attempt for CS exams or a postponement of the examinations scheduled to begin December 21 onward. Raising the concerns, the India Wide Parents' Association has written to Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman and sought some relief for the students.