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.
Raising similar issues, the students of the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, better known as GGSIPU, urged the varsity to hold examinations in online mode. They objected to the university's decision of holding offline examinations amid the deadly pandemic.
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With students eagerly awaiting the announcement of CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 Board exam dates, the Central Board of Secondary Education on Wednesday hinted towards a little more wait for the schedule.
Michael Kugelman, deputy director of the Asia Program at the Wilson Center in Washington, said that there won't be any "big surprises" or "major developments" in the crucial 2+2 meet ahead of the U.S. Presidential election. Kugelman, during his conversation with India TV, noted that such meetings between India and the U.S. would continue even if Joe Biden comes to power.
The compartment examinations for Classes 10 and 12 beginning next week will not be cancelled, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) said amid demands for cancellation of the exams due to COVID-19 risks. In conversation with India TV, Dr. Sanyam Bhardwaj, the Controller of Examinations, said the exams cannot be scrapped off because cancellation of these examinations would mean elimination of the opportunity for those students who wish to appear.
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After a furor over JEE and NEET exams, students have stormed the social media with posts against delay in SSC results. Those aspiring for various government jobs are left in the lurch due to the delay in results, recruitment notification, and issuance of admit cards.
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Actor Sonu Sood, who has been hailed as migrants' messiah, has now vowed to make travel arrangements for students who will appear for JEE and NEET exams in September. Sood took note of India TV's tweet regarding the concerns of the aspirants who are facing various issues including transportation in flood-hit areas.
A review petition has been filed in the Supreme Court against order permitting JEE Main and NEET exams in September. Track Live Updates.
The Supreme Court on Friday upheld UGC guidelines mandating final year exams. However, the court gave states the discretion to approach the University Grants Commission (UGC) for an extension of the deadline by which final year exams should be completed.
At least 9 students petitioned the Supreme Court against CBSE Compartment examinations. The plea, filed through All India Students Association (AISA), has primarily sought extension of the August 31 deadline for admission in academic year 2020-2021 until the Central Board of Secondary Education declares results of the Compartment Examinations (CBSE).
Recently, aspirants of JEE and NEET entrance examinations approached the Supreme Court seeking postponement of the examinations but they didn't get any relief. The apex court dismissed the pleas saying that the postponement will put students' careers in peril. Only a few days are left for the exams and students are making a last-ditch effort to reach out to the government through social media.
The Supreme Court on Thursday disposed off a petition seeking cancellation of CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 compartment exams. The petition, that also prayed for declaration of exam dates in case CBSE doesn't cancel exams.
Two days after the Supreme Court gave nod for holding JEE Main and NEET examinations in September, students' lawyer has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank seeking postponement of the entrances amid spurt in number of COVID-19 cases.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday reserved its judgment on a plea challenging University Grants Commission's decision to hold final year exams by September end. The apex court asked all the counsels to submit a note on their submission within three days.
The Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main and National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) will not be postponed, the Supreme Court said today as it dismissed a petition seeking deferment of the entrances.
The Supreme Court is hearing a plea seeking postponement of the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main and National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET).
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The Supreme Court on Friday heard pleas challenging UGC guidelines that mandate final year examinations by September-end amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The matter has been adjourned till August 18.
The Supreme Court will hear a plea seeking postponement of key entrances Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main and NEET exams on Monday, August 17. The petition, filed by advocate Alakh Alok Srivastava, will come up for hearing next week as 11 students from 11 states across the country moved the apex court seeking relief amid the COVID-19 pandemic as they fear catching the highly-infectious virus.
The Karnataka High Court will begin hearing a plea seeking postponement of COMEDK exam shortly. The Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK) exam is scheduled to be held on August 19.
Over 800 students from across the country have approached the Supreme Court through a letter petition urging it to take suo motu cognisance of the decision of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to conduct compartment exams amid COVID-19 pandemic.
A plea has been filed in the Karnataka High Court seeking postponement of the Consortium of Medical, Engineering and Dental Colleges of Karnataka (COMEDK) Exam which is scheduled to be held on August 19.
The Supreme Court has begun hearing a batch of petitions seeking cancellation of final year/semester examinations in September amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Track Live Updates.
At least 11 students from 11 states across India moved the Supreme Court on Thursday pressing for postponement of JEE Main and NEET entrance examinations. Students are seeking deferment of the key entrances beyond September.