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Dates for NEET and JEE Mains exams announced
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Dates for NEET and JEE Mains exams announced HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal said that around 2000 online contents are available at online platform- Swayam, Swayam Prabha. Apart from it, students can take help from the digital library for their study. When will colleges open? Asks a studentHRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal said that the UGC calendar has suggested to conduct the college exams from July 1 and to start new session in August. "College level exams to be held from July 1 and will try to declare result by July-end so that the session can begin from August. We have asked institutes to be aware about situation in their area. In case an area is still affected in July, they can promote students on basis of previous and internal exams," Nishank said. This website uses cookie or similar technologies, to enhance your browsing experience and provide personalised recommendations. By continuing to use our website, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy. OK During the interaction, most parents were concerned about dates of pending board exams and entrance exams. However, the minister did not give a definite answer and asked them to wait for the lockdown to be lifted. Prepare for entrance exams from Diksha portal, says Ramesh PokhriyalDiksha portal has content for different exmas and in different languages. It has interactive curriculum. Students should use e-content, especially under lockdown. The national repository from open universities is also available at the portal, says HRRD 12:20 (IST)05 May 2020 When will colleges open? Asks a studentHRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal said that the UGC calendar has suggested to conduct the college exams from July 1 and to start new session in August. "College level exams to be held from July 1 and will try to declare result by July-end so that the session can begin from August. We have asked institutes to be aware about situation in their area. In case an area is still affected in July, they can promote students on basis of previous and internal exams," Nishank said. HRD Minister began his address by saying that it is natural for students to be concerned and worried about their future in the tough and uncertain times that we face today in the light of Coronavirus pandemic. He expressed his gratitude towards students, academic community, teachers and others who have risen to the challenge. Point of discussionApart from NEET, JEE, and pending board exam dates, the HRD minister is also expected to talk about the new academic session. During the meeting of HRD Minister with state education ministers last week it was discussed that syllabus for board exams as well as competitive exams including JEE Main should be reduced for the upcoming session as they have lost a couple of months. This suggestion was made by Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia, however, no final decision was taken on it then. Diksha portal has content for different exmas and in different languages. It has interactive curriculum. Students should use e-content, especially under lockdown. The national repository from open universities is also available at the portal, says HRRD JEE Main, NEET exam dates LIVE updates: In his previous live interaction with parents, the minister had announced to hold a meeting with state education ministers. It was decided in the meeting that state and central boards will be allowed to evaluate exams during lockdown to curb further delay of the academic year. Among other major decisions taken was to use the Samagra Siksha balance of the previous year which is around Rs 6,200 crore, while an ad-hoc grant of Rs 4,450 crore is being issued for the first quarter. Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank', at 12 PM today, will address a live Webinar for students where he will aswer the queries and concerns of the students with regards to their academic future. The Education Minister had announced the live webinar for students last week, in which he said he will be answering their queries. The minister had urged students to submit their queries and concerns, be it about pending exams or academic future or curtailment of the syllabus for the next year via social media platforms using #EducationMinisterGoesLive. Many students, since then, have reached out to the minister and put forth their queries, which will be answered today.
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