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TN to reduce portions after poor assessment tests: Is this a sign that online classes failed for government school students?

A senior official from the department said that the assessment tests had over 100 MCQs on all subjects and some students couldn’t even get through five questions correctly

Published on 26th January 2021
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Odisha changes Class 12 exam pattern: 50 per cent questions to be MCQ

As per the decision, each paper will have 50 per cent (pc) multiple choice objective questions carrying one mark each

Published on 26th January 2021
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Tamil Nadu might reduce Class 10, 12 syllabus further due to students' poor show in assessment test

After syllabus deduction, extra classes will be organised in government schools to help students before the board exams

Published on 26th January 2021
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Here's how you can register free for the first-ever National Cow Science Exam to be held on Feb 25

The cow science exam will be held in 12 regional languages apart from Hindi and English. It will consist of 100 multiple-choice questions

Published on 6th January 2021
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Meet Ada, the bot that could be conducting the technical round of your job interview

Ada is a bot developed by Adaface, which is incubated in Singapore and developed by Hyderabad-based founders, and it can conduct the technical round in interviews like a professional. Check it out

Published on 10th November 2020
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How homegrown EdTech platform e-Taragathi is all about helping people ace exams in English and Telugu

"I have been through the pain, financial and emotional, of preparing for competitive exams. I want to help ease the pain for others," says B Jacinth Jones. That's why he started E-Taragathi. Read on! 

Published on 14th October 2020
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SNAP Test 2020 allows candidates a maximum of two attempts for the first time

The University also announced the commencement of the registration process of SNAP 2020, for admission to 24 MBA programmes offered by 15 Institutes

Published on 29th September 2020
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After AICTE reprimand, Anna University decides to hold all final year exams online from September 22-29

Tamil Nadu's state-run engineering varsity said that they would also hold a mock test a week before and that they would get the necessary approvals by then

Published on 8th September 2020
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On Friendship day, lawyer asks DU students to find circulars on exam cancellations. His inbox gets flooded before hearing

Akash Sinha and Saket Shubham are representing the Delhi University students in their petition against the online open-book examinations

Published on 3rd August 2020
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MCQ not a feasible option, cannot test analytical skills: Academicians on exams during COVID 

The UGC officials, however, maintained that over 6,000 universities in the country have already conducted exams for final year students or are planning to conduct them

Published on 23rd July 2020
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DU must stop playing with the future of students: ABVP makes U-turn, criticises OBE now

ABVP assured that there has been no change in what they were fighting for and that they merely wanted any form of evaluation and have been suggesting alternative methods

Published on 9th July 2020
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Pondicherry University takes down exam circular after students protest calling it 'unjust' 

Data collected by the PUSU found that over 70% of students lack access to the internet, more than 50% lack a peaceful environment and proper space to study

Published on 19th May 2020
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National Institute of Industrial Engineering opts for mUniParkisha to conduct online exams during lockdown

To conduct their online examination, NITIE opted for mUniParkisha - a tool for conduction of online examination like multiple choice questions, descriptive questions, answers based exam, viva

Published on 6th May 2020
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How will the methods of examinations change in a post-COVID world?

Maya Patankar is a Digital Assessment and Examination Pioneer and Veteran with a legacy of managing best of the National and International customers, here she predicts what the future of exams is

Published on 4th May 2020
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AIFF starts online tutorial classes for referees, aims to keep them fit during lockdown

A total of 60 referees from categories 3 and 4 have been divided into two batches of 30 participants each and are undergoing online classes for over two hours thrice a day

Published on 9th April 2020

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