Jamia’s Millia Islamia: Entrance Exam Date 2021 May be Delayed: Several students received their admission cards for Jamia Millia Islamia’s tentative admission test on June 22. However, vice-chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) issued a statement indicating that the entrance tests may be postponed.
However, Jamia PRO Ahmed Azeem noted that this was a tentative date, and that the institution might amend it based on the Covid issue and the Delhi lockdown situation. He continued, “We don’t rely on CBSE marks anyhow because we have an entrance test where eligibility is often as low as 50%.”
The admission exam, which is administered by the National Testing Agency, would be held whenever it is safe for students to take the examination, according to JNU VC. Kumar supported the government’s decision not to hold CBSE XII examinations, saying, “Considering the pandemic is a once in a century occurrence, the choice is logical and sensible.” The students’ health and safety are of the utmost importance.”
He further said that if the entrance was delayed and admissions were delayed, the university would adapt its academic schedule to compensate for the period lost. Kumar proposed that institutions might create appropriate criteria for undergraduate admission based on Class XII marks.
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