Students will get admission through the same Common Entrance Test in Central Universities, report sought from UGC

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By: Tanumoy Banerjee

Last Update: 2021-03-18 00:21:10 IST

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The University Grants Commission (UGC) is adamant on conducting the Common Entrance Test for admission to undergraduate classes of Central Universities. From the upcoming new academic session, students will not have to go to different universities for admission in graduate classes of central universities.

The University Grants Commission (UGC) is adamant on conducting the Common Entrance Test for admission to undergraduate classes of Central Universities. So, if there is no major upsurge, then students will not have to go to different universities for admission to the graduate classes of the central universities from the upcoming new academic session. One can get admission in these universities through common entrance test. This will save the time of the students, while they will also get rid of the hassle of applying for admission to different universities, the hassle of appearing in the entrance examinations and a huge financial burden.

Preparation to start in all central universities from the upcoming academic session

Although there is a plan to include all the universities in this country in the Common Entrance Test, but there is a plan to limit it to only all central universities. Although many central universities are still not fully prepared for this, UGC is adamant on conducting Common Entrance Test in view of the interests of the students. Recently in the discussion on this issue with the Central Universities, the UGC has made it clear. Also, for the Common Entrance Test, the details of courses and seats conducted from all the central universities have been sought.

Meanwhile, preparations have also started at the Central University level. The task of conducting the Common Entrance Test has been entrusted to the National Testing Agency (NTA), which is busy in this work. At present, the NTA has the responsibility to conduct all the major examinations including JEE Mains, NEET. Currently, there are more than a thousand universities in the country, including more than 40 central universities.

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