New Delhi: Students in Karnataka who missed their National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for medical entrance examination on May 5 due to delay in the train will now get a chance to take the test.
Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Prakash Javadekar on Monday confirmed the same saying Karnataka students who missed the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for medical entrance due to train delay will get another chance. Javadekar took to Twitter to announce the ministry’s decision.
At least 500 students missed their NEET exam on Sunday after the train they were travelling in got delayed by six hours.
According to the report, the Hampi Express-16591 which was traversing from North Karnataka to Bengaluru, reached the exam centre at 2.30 PM, as opposed to 1.30 PM which was the reporting time for NEET aspirants.
The report also quoted many students requesting the HRD ministry via SOS messages that they are allowed to appear for the exam, which is conducted once a year.
Bengaluru: At least 500 students missed their National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) exam on Sunday after the train they were travelling in, to reach the exam centres, got delayed by six hours, News18 reported.
According to the report, the Hampi Express-16591 which was traversing from North Karnataka to Bengaluru, reached the exam centre at 2:30 PM, as opposed to 1:30 PM which was the reporting time for NEET aspirants.
The report also quoted many students requesting the HRD ministry via SOS messages that they be allowed to appear for the exam, which is conducted once a year.
“My exam centre is Dayanand Sagar College in Bengaluru. Now I don’t think I will be able to write the exam,” the news channel quoted one of the students travelling in the train as saying.
Taking to Twitter, former Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah condemned the central government as well as the railway ministry for the train delay and not looking after the situation. He said, “Mr. @narendramodi, You pat your own back for others’ achievements but will you also take the responsibility for your cabinet min’ incapabilities. Hundreds of students in Karnataka may not be able to take up NEET because of delay in the train services (sic).”
“Ask @PiyushGoyal to work properly for next few days and then we will set it right. Also, ensure that the aggrieved students get another chance to write NEET exam,” he said on Twitter.
The railways were of the view that they did whatever they could on their part by conveying in advance through SMS regarding diversion and rescheduling on the mobile numbers given at the time of reserving tickets.
Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2019
The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) has declared the results of 2nd PUC Exam 2019 on Monday, i.e, April 15. Candidates who attempted the exam can check their results at the official websites, i.e., pue.kar.nic.in and karresults.nic.in.
Follow the steps given below to check the Karnataka Class 12th PUC Result 2019:
Step 1: Log onto the official websites – pue.kar.nic.in or karresults.nic.in.
Step 2: Click on the link which says ‘Karnataka PUC Result 2019 or 2nd PUC Result 2019.’
Step 3: Enter all the relevant details such as your name and roll number. required to get your Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2019 and submit.
Step 4: After entering the required details, click on the submit button.
Step 6: You can now download your Karnataka 2nd PUC Result 2019 and take a print out of the same for future use.
Note: Students can also get their KSEEB Board Result 2019 or Karnataka PUC Result 2019 on their mobile phones via SMS by following the steps below:
GET YOUR KARNATAKA BOARD PUC RESULTS 2018 – KSEEB Class 12 Results 2019
SMS – KAR12ROLLNUMBER – Send it to 56263
The Karnataka 2nd PUC examination was conducted by the state education board in the month of March. The 2nd PUC examination began on March 1 and the last examination was on March 18.
Karnataka 2nd PUC Result: The Karnataka 2nd Pre-university course (PUC) results will be released on April 15, Monday at 11 AM. The examinations of the second year Pre-University courses concluded recently and evaluation work was completed last Sunday.
Over 6 lakh students appeared for the Karnataka 2nd PUC examinations. The examinations were held between March 1 to 18.
“The results will be announced around 11 AM on April 15 and the same day it will be uploaded on official website of the department. The results will be announced at respective colleges the next day,” said director-in-charge for the Pre-University Education department C Shikha confirming the result dates.
This is the first time the department is announcing results of PUC before conducting the Common Entrance Test (CET). However, sources from the concerned department said that they weren’t under any obligation to announce the results until CET 2019 is conducted. But department is firm and will be announcing the result on the said date.
Meanwhile, the department is expecting an increase in the overall pass percentage as all the papers were comparatively easy this year.
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TET 2019: The results of Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) has been announced and only 12 per cent candidates have cleared the examination. At least 2.39 lakh students appeared for TET 2019. The School Education Department, Karnataka released the results for Karnataka TET for both Paper 1 and Paper 2. Candidates who appeared for the Karnataka TET 2018 may check the results on the official website- schooleducation.kar.nic.in
TET was held on February 3 last year.
In 2016, 5.62 per cent of candidates secured eligibility in TET. It is a must for candidates aspiring for teachers’ posts in government primary school. General category candidates must with secure a score of 60 per cent or above in TET and for SCs/STs and the physically challenged the eligibility score is 55 per cent.
Candidates who appeared for Paper II have apparently performed much better than candidates who appeared for Paper I in TET 2019. Candidates must pass in Paper I in order to teach in Classes 1 to 5 and clear Paper II to teach in Classes 6 to 8.