OJEE chairman SK Chand stated three shifts have been deliberate for every day of the examination. Authorities has opened 5 examination centres in three cities outdoors the state (Ranchi in Jharkhand, Patna in Bihar and Kolkata in West Bengal) and 54 centres in 21 centres contained in the state for the candidates, he added.
“We’re taking all precautions and Covid-19 protocols of the federal government for holding the examinations. Will probably be a contact much less examination by sustaining correct distancing between examinees. We have now already issued a normal working process (SOP) to conduct the examination amid pandemic. This laptop based mostly check is monitored by ability improvement and technical schooling division,” stated Chand.
Lateral entry to BTech examinations will likely be performed in six shifts on October 12 and 13. Check for MCA will likely be held in two shifts on October 14, whereas candidates can sit for BPharm on October 14 and 15 in 4 shifts.
On October 16, exams will likely be held for MTech, built-in MBA, MArch, MPharm, MPlan, lateral entry to BSc and lateral entry Pharmacy. MBA and BTech examinations will likely be performed on October 17 and October 19 respectively.
OJEE is being performed yearly for the aim of holding frequent entrance examinations for admission into undergraduate (UG)/postgraduate (PG) degree skilled programs together with BTech, MTech, MBA, MCA, MArch, MPlan, MPharm and BPharm within the state.
Equally, the upper schooling division will begin Widespread PG Entrance Check (CPET-2020) from Monday. Odisha is conducting this check for the primary time for admission into state public universities and faculties with PG programs. The check will likely be held in three shifts per day. First shift will likely be performed between 10am and 11.30am, whereas the second shift will begin from 12.30pm and proceed until 2pm. The final shift will likely be held between 3pm and 4.30pm.
Odisha state larger schooling council vice chairman Asoka Kumar Das stated college students can sit for one and a half hours examination and reply questions for 70 marks. “There isn’t a detrimental marking system. Will probably be OMR based mostly check. We have now opened 28 examination centres throughout the state to accommodate candidates close to their native locations,” he added.
On October 12, examination will likely be held for anthropology (arts), anthropology (science), geography, marine science (oceanography) and MBA programs. Checks for physics, LLM, electronics and telecommunication and commerce will likely be performed for October 13.
College students can seem examination for programs like microbiology, Hindi/English, zoology, statistics and PMIR on October 14 and environmental science, sociology, like ife science, Odia, inhabitants research and philosophy on October 15. Checks for topics like economics/house science, geology, historical past, MBA (rural administration)/rural improvement will likely be performed on October 16.
The check will likely be performed for public administration, laptop science, MPH, MBA (Journey and Tourism) on October 17, botany, schooling, chemistry, library and knowledge science on October 19, materials science, Sanskrit/Santali/Urdu, arithmetic, linguistics, journalism and mass communication on October 20.
College students can sit for examinations for the themes comparable to biodiversity and wildlife conservation, yoga and naturopathy, bio informatics, political science and biotechnology on October 21, whereas they will seem exams for ladies’s research, digital science, psychology and marine science (biology) on the final day of the CPET.
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