The Joint Admission Board (JAB) has decided to allow 'JEE Advanced 2020' dropouts to reappear in 2021. This is for those who failed to appear for the JEE Advanced 2020 after registration due to the pandemic. The candidates will not have to appear for the JEE Mains 2021 and the existing eligibility criteria will be followed. Reportedly, only 1.5 lakh of the 2.5 lakh eligible candidates had appeared for the examination.
Assam's State Level Police Recruitment Board announced that the examination for the recruitment of sub-inspectors will be held on November 22. While announcing the date, the board said that the process would be "transparent" and intended to give fair opportunity. Earlier, the exam was cancelled on September 20 owing to the leak of the question paper on social media. Reportedly, more than 20 people have been arrested in this regard.
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The application process for the Karnataka Management Aptitude Test (KMAT) exam will end on September 30. Reportedly, candidates willing to appear for the exam can enroll themselves through kmatindia.com. The exam is scheduled to be held on October 29, organized by the Karnataka Private Post Graduate Colleges Association (KPPGCA). However, an official notice stated that due to the COVID-19 situation the test… read-more
The National Testing Agency has confirmed that Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Entrance Exam 2020 will be conducted from October 5-8. The JNUEE 2020 admit cards will be released on September 21, and candidates can download them from the official … read-more
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On September 16, IIM Indore announced major modifications in the exam pattern for the Common Admission Test (CAT), scheduled on November 29. The examination is to be conducted in three sets and the duration has been reduced to two hours. The registration date has been extended, till September 23. However, the candidates will be able to edit their registration form, even after the registration window is closed.
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The exam dates for the National Eligibility Test (UGC-NET) has been postponed to September 24 as the dates clashed with the exam of Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR). According to the latest rules by the National Testing Agency, candidates will have to score 40% and 35% for the reserved categories, out of which, 6% of the qualified list will be declared pass.
On September 14, six former High Court (HC) judges and 25 lawyers wrote to Chief Justice of Madras HC to not take action against actor Suriya for his remarks over the court activities. Suriya in a statement against NEET examination had stated that courts operate online but students are forced to risk their lives for exams. Former Judges said, "An artistic person’s overreaction should not be taken seriously and out of context."
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On September 14, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) MP Tiruchi Siva demanded the of ban of NEET examination. He said that the common test has deprived the future of rural and poor students due to lack of private coaching. Siva, with other DMK MPs TR Balu, and Kanimozhi held a protest against NEET exams at the Parliament, wearing "Ban NEET, Save TN students" printed masks. The issue gained severity after 11 students killed themselves fearing the… read-more
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The Central Railway on September 11 announced that the students appearing for the final year examination or competitive exams will be allowed to travel by special suburban trains over Mumbai Suburban network. However, they can travel only after showing their valid identity cards or hall tickets of the exams. The Central Railway also announced that additional ticket counters will be opened at major stations for students' convenience.
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Results for the Telangana State Engineering Common Entrance Test has been released on September 11. Students who appeared for the examination can check out their score through the website - tache.ac.in. The exam was conducted by the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU) Hyderabad on August 31 on behalf of the Telangana State Council of Higher Education. Reportedly, the pass… read-more