some necessary changes can be made this time in the student Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). So far, the jee main was tested in two shifts in a day. But this time, the changes can increase. In fact, there is a need to maintain the necessary distance between the students who are involved in the examination, taking care of social space to protect them from coronaviruses. In one shift, fewer students will be able to sit in an exam center than before. Some necessary changes can be made this time in the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). The National Examination Agency (NTA) is preparing it in view of the Coronavirus. This change is being planned, keeping in view the safety of students. The entrance test for admission to UG courses of engineering in thousands of engineering institutions in the country is on online mode, our sources informed chauhansameer.com that jee exams are to be conducted in patches this year.
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It includes lakhs of candidates every year. This time also, from July 18 to July 23, the test will be in different shifts. So far, the jee main was tested in two changes in a day. But this time, the shifts can increase. In fact, there is a need to maintain the necessary distance between the students who are involved in the examination, taking care of social distance to protect them from coronaviruses. In one shift, fewer students will be able to sit in an exam center than before. As well as increasing shifts, NTA is also preparing to increase about 200 exam centers. An increase in several examination centers, the national eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) meeting system, is also ready to change. The NTA is going to change the seating arrangement of students in a neet examination this time. A distance of at least 2 meters will be kept between the two students during the examination. Earlier, the distance was about one meter or a little less.
If the distance between the student’s increases, it means half of the students would sit in a class as compared to earlier. The NTA will also have to double the exam centers for Neet. In normal circumstances where nta had an exam at about 3000 centers. Now, about 6000 centers will have to be provided for Neet across the country. Neet is taken on the pen-paper i.e., offline mode. This time the examination is going to be on July 26, 2020. Will be online Lsat Lsat India has been in paper-pencil mode since its inception in 2009. This will be India’s first and only law-entry exam, which will be fully online. In view of the Kovid-19 epidemic, it has been decided to make it online. This will ease the students. They will be able to give tests from their homes without worrying about their health and safety. Candidates seeking admission to law schools in the country will be able to give LSAT-India online from June 14. The test will be conducted with the help of software based on artificial intelligence. With the help of this, the candidates will be able to give the examination safely.
It is noteworthy that LSAT-India is a standard test. Based on this, many law colleges in the country are enrolled. Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan is starting live classes for students of Kendriya Vidyalaya to take classes through TV. These classes will be taken through live programs on TV. For this, KVS has also released the full schedule of May 17 in collaboration with the National Institute of Open Schooling. Any student can take advantage of these classes. These live classes/classes are not in touted. The program will be able to see you on the Prabha channel itself. The subjects and topics of secondary and senior secondary classes will be taught. The live TV program schedule explains which topic/topic. When the subject will be studied. The full schedule from May 7 to May 17 is given on the website. Students can make their preparations by looking at it. Kendriya Vidyalaya committee has nominated some of its selected teachers for live sessions for courses conducted on the Swayamprabha portal to address the curiosity and doubts of the students through Skype and live web-chat. The details of nominated teachers have been shared with all regional offices. Subscribe chauahnsameer.com for latest educational news.