National Testing Agency (NTA) has launched a ‘mobile app’ through which students can practice or take mock tests on their own computers or smart phones.
In order to ensure that no student is disadvantaged due to lack of resources, NTA has established a network of more than 4000 Test Practice Centres (TPCs) to acquaint the aspirants, especially those from rural areas with Computer Based Tests (CBTs).
Students across the country can register themselves online at NTA Website or ‘NTA Students App’ for visiting the TPCs. All these services are provided to the students free of cost. So far, more than one lakh students have registered at these TPCs and more than one crore students have benefited from these ‘App & Web’ services.
Recently, the NTA conducted two examinations under its supervision, the first edition of JEE Main 2019 in January and National Eligibility Test (NET) in December last year.
The second edition of JEE Main 2019 will be held in April for which the registration will begin next week.
The registration for NEET 2019 has been closed and the entrance test will take place in May.
More than one lakh students have registered at these TPCs and over one crore students have benefited from these app and web services, said Union Minister of State for HRD Satyapal Singh.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) recently released...Read more
CBSE issues clarification 'No chapters deleted by CBSE in Social...Read more
The CBSE will be introducing artificial intelligence (AI), early...Read more
CBSE has decided to integrate Art with the teaching and learning...Read more
Students from Kendriya Vidyalayas (KVs), Jawahar Navodaya...Read more
CBSE secretary Anurag Tripathi unveils the punchline for 2019-20...Read more
A smooth transition between early years and primary school can...Read more
Dr Reeta Sonawat shares the eight intelligences listed in...Read more
Central Board of Secondary Education has prepared, A Trainer’s...Read more
ANUSHKA YADAV suggests five books your preschooler would enjoy...Read more