There’s so much going on in the education field at this very moment. exams, results, admit cards, hall tickets, and application forms, and it is hard to keep a count. Therefore, take a look below to find out about every major education-related news out there.
Official Portal for Uploading KCET 2020 Documents Now Active: KEA has commenced the process of uploading of KCET 2020 documents on the official web portal. Candidates must visit the official website www.kea.kar.nic.in to start with the procedure. Candidates must follow the rank-wise chart to upload the documents as separate days are listed for different ranks.
NTA Released ICAR AIEEA 2020 Admit Card: NTA has released the ICAT AIEEA 2020 admit cards on 8 September 2020. Candidates must visit the official website www.icar.nta.nic.in to download the admit cards. The UG exam is scheduled for 16 and 17 September 2020.
CCMT Special Round Two Seat Allotment Results Declared: Candidates can view the CCMT results by visiting the official website and entering the required credentials, i.e., GATE registration ID and password. The shortlisted candidates need to upload the necessary documents latest by 11 September 2020.
BHU PET and UET 2020 Official Answer Key Released: Candidates who wrote the BHU PET and UET entrance exams from 24 August to 31 August 2020 can visit the official website www.bhuonline.in to challenge the answer key. The deadline for doing so is 11 September by 11 PM, and candidates must pay the requisite fee of INR 100/- in case they want to raise a challenge.
IP University Will be Conducting the Final Year Examination in Offline Mode: GGSIPU or IP University will conduct the final year examination in completely offline mode. The schedule has been released, and the examinations will begin from the last week of September. IP University is based in Delhi, where the COVID-19 cases are spiking on an everyday basis. Students have shown concern over such a decision by the authorities.
Maharashtra Government Scrapes off the 70:30 Quota for Medical Seats: As a relief to many medical aspirants, the Maharashtra government has decided to scrape off the quota that reserved 70% medical seats for candidates belonging to a specific district and rest 30% for other. Under this quota, students from rural areas were suffering. From now on, the entire admission procedure will be carried out solely based on NEET scores.