Such step-motherly treatment has put paid to the dreams of many brilliant students coming from poor family backgrounds. They and their parents expressed their dissatisfaction as other plus II colleges have been excluded.
Pariksha Pe Charcha is part of the larger movement - ‘Exam Warriors’- to create a stress-free atmosphere for youngsters.
Online applications for NEET-PG 2023 are currently being invited at https://natboard.edu.in or https://nbe.edu.in.
It is pertinent to mention here that the CBSE in 2016 had come up with first of its kind online repository of digital academic documents.
The University Grants Commission (UGC) has advocated for the optimal utilisation of resources and other infrastructure by Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs).
The CA aspirant, who failed by 12 marks, shared her emotional journey on Twitter.
Professor Bibhuti Bhusan Biswal's appointment has been made for a period of four years.
As per the latest notice, the NTA has extended the dates for the submission of exam application forms. “The decision has been taken in view of requests received from candidates,” the NTA notice read.
The NTA said that it is a one-time facility extended to the candidates to avoid any hardship to them and advised candidates to do the correction very carefully, as 'no further opportunity for correction will be given'.
The teachers from different districts congregated at the BSE office and staged the demonstration demanding an award of grace marks or a reduction in pass percentage.
NTA said the decision to add the new criterion has been taken following receipt of numerous representations from the stakeholders seeking change the criteria of 75% marks in the Class 12 examination.
Applicants of JNUEE can apply for maximum of three field of studies of their choice for the same level of programme.
The Class 10 and Class 12 board exams will end on March 3 and March 4, respectively.
In its latest letter to the vice-chancellors of universities, the UGC has requested universities to devise facilitative mechanisms through their statutory bodies to allow students to pursue two academic programmes simultaneously.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has claimed to have made elaborate arrangements to ease of the burden and make the students ready.