University of Kashmir Expects Resolution to Common University Entrance Test Centre Issue
In a recent development, the University of Kashmir (KU) has expressed optimism that the issue regarding the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) examination centres will be resolved by Friday. The Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof Nilofer Khan, confirmed that they have actively engaged with the National Testing Agency (NTA) and the Higher Education Department to address the matter.
Prof Nilofer Khan stated, “We have raised the concern with the NTA, Higher Education Department, and the JK administration. We have received positive responses from both stakeholders, and it is highly likely that the issue will be resolved by Friday.”
Furthermore, the Higher Education Department has also informed the university that they have already taken steps to address the matter with the NTA. As a result, the university remains hopeful that a resolution will be reached promptly.
Notably, numerous aspirants of the CUET have expressed discontent with the NTA’s decision to designate examination centres outside Jammu and Kashmir, contrary to their preferred venues. These candidates assert that their initially selected examination centres were altered by the NTA, relocating them to other states.
This issue follows previous complaints from aspiring candidates of the NET, who were unable to participate in the entrance test due to the examination conducting agency’s decision to shift their preferred venues from Jammu and Kashmir to other states.
The University of Kashmir is actively working towards resolving the CUET examination centre issue and aims to ensure a fair and convenient testing environment for all aspiring candidates.
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