One of the biggest changes to take place in the education sector this week was that for admission to most engineering and engineering bachelor’s degrees, students are now required to take physics and mathematics at the high school level, the All Indian Council for Technical Education (All Indian Council for Technical Education). AICTE) announced.
The National Testing Agency (NTA) has also stated that the registration for Common University Entrance Test (UG) – CUET 2022 – will now start from April 6, 2022. Registration was earlier supposed to start on April 2, 2022 (Saturday), but was for unknown reasons moved. According to the announcement, the online registration for CUET UG 2022 will now take place between April 6 and 5 pm on May 6, 2022. Candidates will have until 11:50 pm on May 6, 2022 to complete their transaction fees. The application fee can be paid through payment gateway, using debit/credit cards or internet banking or Paytm.
Another big development was that the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) released the results of class 10 in which Ramayani Roy scored with 487 points. The pass rate has increased slightly this year from 78.17 percent in 2021 to 79.88 percent in 2022. Students who appeared for the results of Bihar Board class 10 but are not satisfied with their results can now apply from April 2, 2022 submit for verification. cost for re-check is Rs 70 per paper.
The Uttar Pradesh Board exam for Class 12 English was canceled in 24 districts of the state after authorities said they suspected the questionnaire had been leaked in Ballia district. A statement from UP Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad director Vinay Kumar Pandey said the investigation had been canceled in 24 districts of the state, including Agra, Mathura, Aligarh and Gorakhpur. “The English exam in the second shift is canceled due to doubts about making the questionnaire public. The same was distributed in the 24 districts, which is why the exam stands were canceled there,” the statement said. So far, there has been no update on the leaked paper.
On April 1, PM Modi asked students on Friday to celebrate exams as festivals and not get stressed because they passed exams successfully before too. Interacting with students at the fifth edition of Pariksha Pe Charcha, the Prime Minister said: “You are not giving exams for the first time. In a way you are exam proof. So don’t be stressed. Remember that you have passed exams before.”
In addition, the National Testing Agency (NTA) has extended the application deadline for Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Main 2022. Previously, the last date to apply for the technical entrance exam was March 31, which has now been extended to April 5. can now apply until April 5 9:50 PM and can submit the fee by April 5 11:50 PM.
With the goal of establishing 100 new Sainik schools across the country in a partnership model, the Ministry of Defense (MoD) approved on Saturday the creation of 21 such schools, in partnership with NGOs, private schools or state governments. The academic session for these new schools is scheduled to begin in the first week of May.
Meanwhile, Delhi’s education sector received the highest allocation of Rs 16,278 crore in the state budget this year. However, this year the amount saw a decline from last year’s Rs 16,377 crore. “It is only possible to get quality education if there are basic facilities such as food and shelter. The Delhi government has decided to set up a boarding school with modern facilities for these underprivileged homeless children. These schools will try to bring them into the mainstream of society,” Sisodia said.
According to data released in the latest Snapshot report from ETS, the number of test subjects in India has increased from 64,333 in 2019-20 to 66,326 in 2020-21. This figure shows the increased adoption of new measures by ETS in India, especially as the number of test takers decreased by 6,854 in China, 3,848 in Europe and by 12,406 in other regions and countries.