National Testing Agency : Written test for filling seats in 12 courses

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National Testing Agency : Written test for filling seats in 12 courses

Students applying for 12 undergraduate courses will be required to attend entry examination from business economics classes to management studies, starting 30 June.The Faculty of Music and Fine Arts will hold the exam for three classes, BA (Hons) in Hindustany Music, Karnatak Music and percussion music. The National Testing Agency (NTA) will be conducting the entrance exam this year for nine classes.

“These are high-demand specialized courses. Whether it’s B.Tech or the journalism course, these topics usually take an entry test everywhere,” said an official of Delhi University(DU).”These are high-demand specialized courses. Whether it’s B.Tech or the journalism course, these topics usually take an entry test everywhere,” said an official of Delhi University(DU).

The NTA is likely to carry on entry tests for the Bachelor’s degree in company economy Bachelor of Management Studies (BBS), Financial Investment Analysis BBAs between June 30th and July 6th, while the university is still to anounce subject dates for entry examinations.

Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education (B.Ed), Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education (BSc (PE, HE&S)), Bachelor’s Degree in Health Education and Sports (BA(H)), BA(Hon) Multimedia and Mass Communication[BA(H)MMC ] and Five Year Integrated Journalism Program (FYIPJ).

“B.Tech’s a specialist course more than that. Many students are currently scored high points and the entrance test is an excellent second opportunity for them to demonstrate themselves.” Shobha Bagai, the DU Cluster Innovation Center(CIC) curriculum coordinator.

“It is a practical and problematic course. As our learners graduate, three summer internships, a six months internship and two semester projects will be completed with the exception of little projects,” said Bagai. The two-hour examination would contain 100 questions for multiple choices (MCQ), with learners receiving four marks for a good answer and deducted a mark to make a mistake.

The two-hour examination would contain 100 questions for multiple choices (MCQ), with learners receiving four marks for a good answer and deducted a mark to make a mistake. Entry tests will take 65 percent weighting and class 12 tests will take 35 percent. This exam assesses the quantitative capabilities, reasoning and analytical capabilities of the applicant, general English, company and general knowledge.

For the B.Ed course, the exam will include 40 English / Hindi comprehension questions, 20 math, scientific and social science questions each, and no descriptive questions. The candidate has to study, learn and pass English / Hindi, math, science, social science, and score a minimum of 50% in the exam with minimum pass marks in each of the best four topics.