The result of the 2020 Uttar Pradesh B Ed joint entrance exam will be announced on Saturday September 5th, said Amita Bajpai, state coordinator for the B Ed joint entrance exam. The examination was carried out by the University of Lucknow.
She said candidates will be able to review their scores such as state rank, category rank, and grades received on the official website of Lucknow University (www.lkouniv.ac.in). The candidates will be informed about the consultation plan at the earliest.
A total of 3,57,696 candidates showed up for the B Ed joint entrance exam at 1,089 exam centers in 73 UP districts, despite an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases. A total of 4,31,904 candidates were registered for the August 9 exam.
The new session is expected to start from October to November 2020, said Monika S. Garg, additional chief secretary of the UP government’s higher education department, in a press release.
“Taking this exam was an experience worth sharing. It shows the governor’s sensitivity and caution and sets the trend for upcoming competitive trials during COVID times. It is an example for others to imitate directly from the selection of centers how fair examinations can also be carried out in test and test periods, ”said Garg.
She said, “Last year the audit was conducted in only 15 districts with 60 to 130 centers in one district. This year there were two goals: least exercise and great social distancing. It was decided to hold the entrance examination in all of the districts indicated by the candidates, and the number of districts was increased to 73. ”
“In order to reduce the number of candidates who congregate in a center, the number of candidates assigned to a center has been halved. Thus the number of centers increased proportionally. Particular care was taken to ensure that girls and physically challenged candidates were assigned the district of their first choice, while other candidates were housed at or near their preferred location, “she said.
In the past, B.Ed entrance exams were conducted by the nominated university with the help of other state universities, the role of the higher education department being negligible. This year, the nominated university, Lucknow University, sought the department’s help due to the special circumstances arising from COVID and, as a result, the department had already made progress in that process, she said.