02-17-2015, 05:03 PM
GOM interested in introducing their own common entrance test and wishes to withdraw the joint entrance examination held by the central admission engineering schools in the state. Vinod Tawde, minister of higher education and technical ensures that the new plan for admission to universities will be ready for action in 2016. Until 2013 the state was conducting its own examinations. E implementation around a lakh students will be relieved wishing to enroll in engineering schools.
Quoted in a national newspaper, Vinod Tawde said, "you can not make changes this year as forms have been covered already. But it's been suggested to carry out their own common entrance test for engineering students ". Distributing reasons for his steps, he said, "if the state performs its own test then help students out remote admission. Private training centers charge around Rs 2.5 lakh students JEE coach CBSE syllabus."
It is difficult for students to concentrate in class XII and JEE scores as compensation for the course JEE (Main) is very broad and difficult. Parents and engineering associations of private universities were demanding change as easily be allocated to the problems of the students.
Instead of JEE (Main), the state government gave 50 per cent CET scores and fifty percent of the scores for admission to class XII.
Representatives of the Department of Technical Education said it would also have a common MHT-CET. This will help the medical and engineering entrance tests for a combined test so students need not appear physical and chemical tests twice.