The entrance exams to various technical education courses will be held just when the lockdown closes, the Human Resource Development Ministry said on Monday.
Centre Says, All the Entrance Tests Will Be Conducted Only After Lockdown
No dates for conducting entrance examinations for various courses for medical, engineering, management, and different streams have yet been reported.
Indeed, even the exams directed by the Union Public Services Commission have not been held because of them across the country lockdown.
HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ said on Monday that exams like Joint Entrance Examination and National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test and the technical courses will be held only when the circumstance standardizes.
Calling attention to that the entrance exams for technical courses have just been postponed, the Minister spoke to the students not to panic in the given circumstance yet rather use the time they have increased because of the lockdown to get ready well for the coming exams.
He pointed out that study material had been made accessible online to support understudies the nation over.
The Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances, and Pensions have declared that it will attempt a periodic review of the dates for the possible conduct of UPSC exams, which expect the possibility to traverse the nation during normal times, remembering the social distancing and other standards.
Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination (Tier I) 2019, Junior Engineers (Paper I) Examination 2019, Stenographer Grade C and D Examination 2019, and Combined Higher Secondary Level Examination 2018 skill testing will be led once the lockdown finishes on May 3, 2020.
The conduct of all examinations the nation over were halted after the across the country lockdown was imposed from March 24 12 PM.
The HRD Ministry has said that the candidates would be intimated 10 days ahead of time before the conduct of the remaining board examinations of Class X and XII.