🔥 The Ind-SAT exam planned between May and July will be postponed, the Union Minister of Education will provide information via Twitter, new dates will be published shortly. The Union Minister of Education has tweeted about the planned Ind-SAT exam between May and July
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- The exam should take place nationwide between May 30th and July.
- The decision was made by many foreign students on request
In view of the situation caused by corona across the country, the IND-SAT review has now been postponed. Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has shared information about it through his official Twitter handle. The Union Minister has tweeted that the IND-SAT exam, which takes place from May 30 to July, will be postponed due to the current situation. The new exam date will be announced later.
New dates will be announced shortly
In his tweet, the Minister of Human Resources said that the decision to cancel the IND-SAT exam was made after the circumstances of the corona crisis around the world and the request of many international students. The exam should be conducted nationwide between May 30th and July. The new exam dates have not yet been announced. The minister said that new dates will be announced soon.
What is IND-SAT?
The Indian Scholastic Assessment or IND-SAT is a standardized online test for students looking for a scholarship to study in India (SII). This exam assesses the ability of students to apply to study in India. The score obtained in the IND-SAT exam defines a criterion for the selection of deserving students for the allocation of scholarships.
Taking into account the current #covidcrisis In the world and at the request of many international students, we have decided to postpone the IND-SAT exam, which was originally scheduled for May 30 through July 20.
The exam date will be announced shortly. pic.twitter.com/zBNzFvFawO
– Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) May 29, 2020