‘Won’t cancel exams’, says CBSE after students launch online petition to cancel exams and trend ‘CancelBoardExams2021’ on Twitter
CBSE and CISCE said that adequate safety arrangements are being made for students and all COVID-19 guidelines will be followed
A student from Arunachal Pradesh and a teacher from DAV institutions had asked the PM about how to tackle difficult subjects or topics during study hours.
‘Rubber kis se maanga hai? Mummy se ya didi se?’: Hilarious video of Bihar exam candidate fully prepared to cheat goes viral
It is not yet clear what exam the student was appearing for but from the masks worn by other candidates, it is quite likely it is one of the recent exams.
Assam becomes the first state to introduce ‘Transgender’ as a gender option in state civil service exam application form
Accepting demand of transgender community, Assam Public service Commission introduces transgender as gender option in exam forms
The Court has asked the centre to take a decision on the last attempt or age bar disqualification rule for candidates giving their last attempt this time in case they fail to appear.
Earlier on Wednesday, BJP Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy on Twitter had claimed that only 8 lakh out of the 18 lakh who had downloaded the JEE admit card actually appeared for the exam.
“Everything is over now”, Supreme Court dismisses fresh petitions seeking postponement of NEET examination
Three petitions seeking postponement of NEET examination dismissed by the Supreme Court, says everything is over
Supreme Court dismisses review petition filed against previous order of allowing Centre to conduct NEET-JEE exams in September
Ministers from 6 non-BJP ruled states had filed the review petition against the August 17 verdict that allowed the centre to conduct NEET-JEE exams.
Pakistani accounts trying to create trouble with NEET and JEE exams by tweeting COVID positive medical report? Here is what happened
While a Pakistan-based testing agency indeed prepared the test report for a Pakistani national, it is unclear whether the said Twitter user is a Pakistani.
HRD Minister clears the air about the exclusion of some chapters from CBSE syllabus for current year, calls MSM’s reporting sensationalism
HRD Minister said that news reporter are sensationalizing the removal of chapters from CBSE syllabus due to lockdoown
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