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NTA to accept objections from students till September 29

The National Testing Agency is accepting questions from the students from September 27 and September 29 which will cost the students ₹1,000.

NTA to accept objections from students till September 29
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The National Testing Agency (NTA) is accepting questions from the students from September 27 and September 29 which will cost the students ₹1,000.

This comes a day after the NTA had issued answer keys to the recently conducted National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET-UG) examinations where several students have raised challenges to two questions from the paper.

However, On Sunday, September 27, the examination conducting body only released the answer keys and not the Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) sheets, which has not gone down well with students.

On the other hand, the NTA had earlier listed certain guidelines which were to be abided by in order to safely conduct the medical and engineering entrance examinations NEET and JEE. The steps that the NTA has taken are expanding the number of examination centres, alternate seating plan, fewer candidates per room and staggered entry and exit. These rules were introduced keeping in view the ongoing pandemic in a bid to adhere to the social distancing norms.

On the other hand, the final-year examinations are to be held at home and was approved by the Governor, in view of the coronavirus outbreak. The decision was released keeping the University Grants Commission (UGC) guidelines in mind, however, over the last few months, the state government has been trying hard to cancel examinations, to ensure safety for students amidst the outbreak of the coronavirus.

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