As many as 987 students, belonging to 20 states and three union territories, have knocked on the doors of the Supreme Court to seek relief for those appearing in the upcoming cycle of the Chartered Accountancy (CA) examinations.
A plea was filed in Delhi High Court on Tuesday seeking postponement of Foreign Medical Graduate examination (FMGE) which is scheduled in mid-June. The matter is likely to be heard on Wednesday.
A plea has been filed in the Supreme Court challenging the conduction of upcoming medical exam - INI CET. Several aspirants, many of those who are currently serving the country in the ongoing pandemic, have been urging the authorities to reschedule the exam later when the situation is conducive.
The India Wide Parents' Association (IWPA) on Thursday wrote to the Union Ministry of Finance and the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) to voice similar concerns put forth by CA students.
Chorus has been growing louder to postpone INI CET examination which is scheduled to take place in June. Several medical aspirants, who are currently serving amidst the COVID-19 crisis, have expressed apprehensions on taking the offline examination.
Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank on Thursday hailed PM Narendra Modi's decision to cancel CBSE Class 12 examination.
Several medical students, who undauntedly continue to serve the nation in the hour of crisis, took to Twitter using #PostponeINICET to raise their concerns as soon as they were notified of their June 16 INICET exam.
After CBSE and CISCE, students associated with various state boards moved Supreme Court on Tuesday against holding of offline examinations. Students belonging to 23 states, 2 union territories and three countries petitioned the top court to seek relief for state board, NIOS, CBSE and CISCE exams in the country.
The Supreme Court will hear a petition seeking cancellation of Class 12 board examinations amid present COVID-19 situation on Friday.
A group of 297 students have submitted a letter petition to Chief Justice of India N.V. Ramana urging him to take suo-motu cognisance and quash the decision of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to hold physical examination amid COVID-19 pandemic.
The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) has submitted a memorandum to Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, suggesting options including open book tests for Class 12 board students.
CBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2021: Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired a high-level meeting on May 21 to discuss if it is conducive to conduct exams or an alternative should be worked upon.
It is expected that board exams for Class 12 will be conducted for only 20 subjects. A final decision on the matter is expected on Tuesday. The deliberations were made at a high-level meeting chaired by Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday.
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The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) recently announced postponement of the civil services preliminary examination, scheduled to be held in June, to October 10 in view of the alarming COVID situation.
Raising concerns of the students, the India Wide Parents' Association, spearheaded by Anubha Shrivastava Sahai, wrote a letter to Prime Minister's Office on Monday. She suggested that students be assessed and evaluated via internal assessment.
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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