When students get admission into varsities under different courses, central universities face hurdles and welcome a few more hurdles along with it. This year, the University of Delhi released a 100% cut-off list for some courses in the first round.
The courses were approximately 10. Moreover, students even secured their seats in that 100% cut-off list. This led to the emergency of the Kerela controversy. The controversy was about how Kerela Board granted 100% marks to the students.
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- 1 KERELA BOARD SENDS MOST OUTSTATION STUDENTS TO DU IN 2021
- 2 DU PG THIRD MERIT LIST TO BE OUT TODAY
CENTRAL UNIVERSITIES OFFERS ADMISSION ON MERIT BASIS
Other boards found it unfair because they were less liberal in granting scores to the students. In the later years, other boards will only defend this decision and it will happen until central universities offer admission on a merit basis.
CUT-THROAT PERCENTAGE COMPETITION AMONG STUDENTS
Because of the unpredictable results and percentage competition, Maharashtra Board students felt the same anxiety. They also outrageously experienced how tough it is to enter into central universities after being deserving of a place. That is why, central universities will now want to implement the Common Entrance Test, CET because cut-throat percentage competition is now defaming such institutions with national authenticity.
UGC TO IMPLEMENT CET IN CENTRAL UNIVERSITIES
So, the University Grants Commission is now planning to implement the Common Entrance Test in the upcoming year. Private Universities can also be a part of it.
NTA WILL CONDUCT THE COMMON ENTRANCE TEST
The National Testing Agency will conduct the Common Entrance Tests. It will be a computer-based exam including multiple-choice questions. The exam will include questions from sections like language proficiency, numerical ability, logical reasoning, and many more.
Moreover, it will also conduct a subject-domain test which will text the domain knowledge of students. To avoid the worsening situation year after year, the University Grants Commission will implement CET-based admissions.