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Saturday, July 7, 2018

National Testing Agency to direct NEET, JEE Main two times every year; UGC-NET, other aggressive exams to be PC based

Aggressive exams, for example, the National Eligibility-Cum-Entrance Test (NEET), Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main, the National Eligibility Test (UGC-NET), Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) and others will now be PC based and led by the National Testing Agency, Union training priest Prakash Javadekar said on Saturday. 

Propelling the NTA at a public interview at Shashtri Bhawan in New Delhi, Javadekar said that the syllabus, idea of inquiries, dialect choices and exam expenses will continue as before yet the method of examination will now be a PC based test. 



"NTA has begun its work and will lead exams from this year," he stated, including that UGC-NET will be the principal exam held by the NTA in December this year. 

The clergyman additionally declared that both NEET and JEE Main will be led two times per year. "NEET will be held in February and May, and JEE Main will be directed in January and April. Understudies will have the decision to endeavor both or one yet the best score will be considered while giving confirmation," Javadekar said. 

He likewise included that the exams will be held over a time of four to five days. "Examination will be led for, say, two lakh understudies for each day more than four to five days. The understudy will have the decision to choose their dates. It is more understudy cordial and open," the Union clergyman said. 

Easing fears of another configuration, Javadekar said the PC based tests will help keep a beware of paper spills. "Nothing will change with the exception of a PC based test. It will be more secure and keep a beware of papers getting spilled," he said. 

He additionally included that understudies who don't approach PCs will get an opportunity to step through ridicule exams at focuses recognized by the Ministry of Human Resources Development from August onwards.

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