Tuesday, May 28th, 2024

The Problem of Taking Exams and NTA Is Failing, When Will This Problem of Exams Be Solved?

The Common University Entrance Test (CUET) aims to improve the education system by providing a level playing field to students to gain admission into universities across the country. However, many problems and confusions arose for the students and their families on the very first day of this new system. Many students faced a lot of confusion on the very first day of the CUET examination conducted for undergraduate courses.

Students kept wandering at the examination center

Many students reported problems in reaching the examination centre. Some students had to change the location of their center at the last moment, due to which they faced difficulty in reaching the new place. In fact, NTA had announced on Tuesday that the exam of May 15 in Delhi has been postponed. He had said that admit cards will be issued afresh for the exam to be held from May 16 to 18. However, students continued to face problems in downloading the admit card on the NTA website till late night. The examination centers of many students were changed in the new admit card.

Impact of so much trouble on performance

Such problems have a very negative impact on students. Many students are already stressed about the examination, hence confusion at the last moment makes them more stressed. Imagine, how well will a student be able to perform in the examination after going through so much stress? NTA should take concrete steps to resolve these problems as soon as possible. NTA needs to further improve its system of conducting examinations. Apart from this, NTA also needs to provide adequate information and support to the students before the examination.

NTA should learn a lesson quickly

CUET exam is an important step towards promoting the new education system, but looking at the problems on its first day, it is clear that it still needs improvement. The administration will have to work promptly to resolve the problems and confusion of the students. Only then will we be able to take full advantage of the benefits of this new system and provide an equal and fair opportunity to the students.

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