Exams

If a final year student is unable to appear in the examination, the university must arrange special examination for the student, the regulator said.

The pass percentage of boys stands at 60.09 per cent while the pass percentage of girls stand at 65.87 per cent in the examinations held this year.

Paper 2 will be held on July 2 while Biology-Science Paper 3 and Economics (Group II Elective) are scheduled to be held on July 10 and July 12, respectively.

The guidelines have been given by the Primary Education Minister to all Deputy Directors of Education departments. "Sanitisers, masks, screening, and all guidelines will be followed at exam halls," said Kumar in a statement.

A release issued by the Ministry of Human Resource Development said, "the detailed schedule mentioning revised dates of downloading of admit cards and of examinations will be displayed separately on respective examination website(s) and www.nta.ac.in, after assessment of the situation after April 15 only."

The event will be held at Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi on the 20th of this month. Over 2000 students, parents and teachers will be participating from all over the country. 

The event will be held at Talkatora Stadium in New Delhi on the 20th of this month. Over 2000 students, parents and teachers will be participating from all over the country.

The statement said that around 99.5 per cent students appeared in the examination for which fool-proof arrangements were made.