Amid complaints from college students, the Nationwide Check Company (NTA) on Saturday stated it could take motion in opposition to some examination centres that didn’t comply with guidelines.
The Frequent College Entrance Check (CUET) at many centres have been cancelled by the NTA on Friday. Mother and father alleged that the exams have been cancelled with out prior discover which has left the scholars in a state of confusion.
Taking cognisance of the inconvenience confronted by the scholars in a few of the centres, the NTA reviewed the whole state of affairs on Friday.
“It was discovered that a few of the centres didn’t adjust to the prevailing protocols. Any incidence of non compliance, sabotage or ignorance might be considered very critically and strict motion might be taken in opposition to these centres to make sure easy conduct of examinations in future,” the NTA stated.
“The grievances of affected college students will be addressed at e-mail email@example.com. Candidates should point out their utility quantity within the topic. NTA is dedicated to defending the pursuits of the scholars,” the NTA added.
The primary section of CUET-UG was held between July 15 and 20, whereas the second section began on Thursday. Lots of of scholars had missed the examination on July 15 on account of a late-night change in centres.
The second section on Thursday kicked off with a equally unhealthy notice with technical glitches and administrative points forcing the NTA to cancel second shift examination throughout all 489 centres and postpone first shift at some areas in 17 states.
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