The exam for the AKTU senior year begins with over 60,000 students
LUCKNOW: The final exam of over 60,000 engineering and management students from 756 colleges of the Technical University Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam starts on Tuesday.

The university will scan candidates in three shifts to ensure 100% transparency and the use of unfair resources. To ensure that the safety standards to protect against the Covid-19 pandemic are met, officials will keep an eye on all the control room centers. “A special barcode is provided in the copy of the answer and in the question paper, which ensures that there are no proxy candidates or duplicates of the answer sheet. The photo on the admission ticket will be scanned with a special device that will immediately compare the picture with our documents, and the candidate’s signature will also be compared, ”said AKTU spokesman Asheesh Mishra. He said this three-shift check will help catch Munna Bhai MBBS in the exam centers.
The university has also doubled the number of exam centers to avoid the spread of Covid-19. In addition, 25 additional centers are planned in case one of their centers falls under the hotspot zone in the coming days.

In addition to the establishment of additional centers, additional examination rooms are available in each center so that test subjects with a high body temperature can appear in a separate room for the examination. The university has allocated an additional budget to all exam centers so that disinfection is carried out during the period between two exams.


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