The cancellation of the class 12th Board Exam will not have much impact on JNU and Jamia Colleges. Because they conduct the entrance examination for the admission in UG. However DU (Delhi University) will have the impact of cancellation of class 12 board exam. Therefore, DU will have to wait for the Class 12th Board Exam result to start merit-based admissions.
The next step for the class 12th board students is to get admission in universities. Thus, after the cancellation of the examination. It seems that the top universities (DU, JNU, Jamia) of India are likely to start the admission process in the next month.
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In DU-affiliated colleges admissions are generally based upon the merit-based. However, for admission in some programmes an entrance exam is taken. Last year NTA (National Testing Agency) conducted the DU Common Entrance Test (DUET). As per the reports CUCET may be used by 45 central universities, including DU (Delhi University) for admission.
"There are strong chances that we might start registration by July 15 if all the boards cancel their exams," DU acting Vice-Chancellor Professor PC Joshi had told PTI.
"The admissions will be merit-based. The various boards are going to give us some marks. Then there is the CUCET exam for which we had already sent a proposal. The ministry has to take a call on whether it has to implement it or not and it will depend on the assessment of the COVID situation," Prof Joshi, who is also a member of the CUCET committee, told PTI.
Prof Kumar said, the entrance exam will be conducted whenever it is safe for the students to write.
"In most Higher Educational Institutes (HEIs) such as JNU, the admission to undergraduate programmes is through an entrance examination. We will conduct the entrance examination whenever it is safe for the students to write it," Prof Kumar told PTI.
Mr Kumar added, If the entrance exam will be delayed due to the pandemic then the University will adjust their academic calendar to make up for the lost time.
JMI Media Coordinator and PR officer Ahmad Azeem told PTI that admissions are done on the basis of entrance test results.
"Under the CBSE evaluation criteria, marks will be awarded. If a student meets the eligibility criteria following the CBSE evaluation, they will be able to take the entrance exam," Mr Azeem said.
IP University VC Mahesh Verma had said the cancellation of Class 12th Board exam will not impact the admission process, Because the admissions are done through the Online CET (Common Entrance Test). The university has already started their admission process, with the introduction of five new courses.
Mr Verma told PTI, "We just need the students to have passed their exams and that will make them eligible for the entrance exams…."
After CBSE board class 12th exam cancellation, Ambedkar University, which conducts admissions on the merit-based, said it is a "timely and welcome decision by the government".
"It will help the university to complete the admission process in time and begin the next academic session timely. The CBSE will provide the results of Class 12. The process of admission in the undergraduate programmes will be merit-based, as has been done till the last academic session," it added.
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22 June, 2021, 10:26 am