Government to provide training to students for JEE and NEET examinations

In the first phase, the National Testing Agency will conduct a practice test for JEE-Mains students. Students will be enrolled through the app and website and the students who register through the app and website will be given the practice test. The teachings for NEET and JEE will commence from May.

Government to provide training to students for JEE and NEET examinations

Several students wish to pursue a career in engineering and medical and are also capable of passing the examinations. The interested students have to appear for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) and National Eligibility cum Examination Test (NEET) but due to expensive private coaching classes, these students do not pursue these exams.

Hence, the government has decided to start free teaching for all these students. If everything goes well, the decision by the government will provide benefit to several financially weak students who wish to pursue a career as an engineer or a medical professional.

The decision by the government is scheduled to come in effect from the financial year 2019-20. However, this decision by the government will adversely affect the business of the private coaching classes.

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Initially, only the JEE-Main practice examinations will be conducted as a part of the first phase. A few days back, the Central Government had set up a ‘National Testing Agency’ for organising degree admissions in higher education institutions. Accordingly, these 2,679 centres will be transformed from National Testing Agency to the training centre and the work will begin on September 8.

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The registrations for the admissions in these centres will begin from September 1 and the ‘National Testing Agency’ application along with its website will be launched. The registration procedure will be open from September 1 to September 30.

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