Resolution on pending entrance exams JEE, NEET quickly: Ministry of Training

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NEW DELHI: The Ministry of Training is anticipated to quickly resolve on conducting the 2 remaining editions of the engineering entrance examination JEE-Mains and the medical entrance check NEET in August, in accordance with officers.

“The scenario is being reviewed to resolve on the schedule of the pending editions of JEE-Mains and whether or not NEET-UG may be carried out on August 1,” a senior official mentioned.

From the present educational session, JEE-Mains is being carried out 4 occasions a 12 months to supply flexibility to college students and an opportunity to enhance their scores.

The primary part in February was adopted by the second part in March, whereas the subsequent phases had been scheduled for April and Could.

However these had been postponed after an exponential rise within the variety of COVID-19 circumstances in the course of the second wave of the pandemic within the nation.

The JEE-Superior examination, which is carried out for admission to the distinguished Indian Institutes of Know-how and the Nationwide Institutes of Know-how, was additionally postponed.

The examination was scheduled on July 3.

Whereas no additional resolution was taken on NEET-UG, the registration for the examination, which was purported to begin from Could 1, was stored in abeyance.

The ministry can also be but to resolve on the destiny of the Central College Frequent Entrance Check (CUCET).

The Central Board of Secondary Training (CBSE) on Thursday introduced the marks tabulation coverage for the Class 12 exams, which had been cancelled on June 1 in view of the Covid scenario.

The schedule for the following entrance examinations is anticipated to be determined quickly.

Based on the coverage determined by a 13-member panel arrange by the board, the idea paper analysis method is {that a} 30-per cent weightage shall be given to the marks obtained in Class 10, one other 30-per cent weightage to the Class 11 marks and a 40-per cent weightage to the Class 12 marks obtained within the unit check, mid-term and pre-board exams.

The CBSE scheme additional elaborated that for Class 10, the 30 per cent marks primarily based on the common concept part of one of the best three performing topics out of the primary 5 topics shall be taken.

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