Collectors and community commissioners urged educational institutions to keep exams running smoothly
BHUBANESWAR: The Department of Higher Education Thursday urged the district collectors and five community commissioners to help universities and colleges conduct exams at the national and state levels smoothly and in a timely manner.

Saswat Mishra, Secretary of the Department of Higher Education, wrote a letter urging the officials to give all concerned, including the police, the necessary instructions to ensure that students / candidates and university and college staff do not have any movement problems within the college on exam days Have state.

Universities and colleges that fall under the administrative control of the Department of Higher Education are ready to conduct various exams from mid-September. The National Eligibility Test (NTA) will conduct the UGC NET (National Eligibility Test) in seven cities across the state from September 16-18 and September 21-25. Around 5000 students will appear in the test.

The joint entrance exam for admission to all Central Universities of India (CUCET-2020) will take place between September 18th and 20th in around 15 cities of Odisha. Approx. 29,000 candidates will appear in this entry test.

Universities and colleges will also hold final exams for their own undergraduate and graduate students from September 22nd through October 10th. Approximately two lakh students will take these exams, which are held at approximately 1,000 universities and colleges across the state.

“Universities and colleges will ensure all security protocols related to covid-19 in and around the exam centers,” the secretary said in the letter.


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