UGC’s Common Entrance Test Regional Board Student Evil: Meghalaya Minister of Education The Meghalaya Education Minister, however, said it would also be a major problem for students from rural areas, who do not have the resources. Regular inspections of UGC entry have created new tensions between the Institute and regional governments. Many states, including Meghalaya, are criticizing the new government-sponsored system for enrolling students in colleges across the country. The Meghalaya Minister of Education says regular entry will be a bad situation for students studying in State Boards.
Education Minister Lahkmen Rymbui said, “… with the information I have collected, most of the tests will be based on NCERT publications and this will cause serious damage to the state board not only in Meghalaya but also in other provinces …” The University Grants Commission (UGC) said on Monday there would be a general entrance examination (CET) for admission to graduate courses at 45 secondary universities in India. The National Examination Agency will conduct the Common University Entrance Test (CUET) starting this year.
The Meghalaya Education Minister, however, said it would also be a major problem for students from rural areas, who do not have the resources.
“What I have seen over the years when the government announced that all admissions to engineering schools will be done through JEE, we have seen that many students must not only learn but also go through training to break through. JEE either prelims or mains or as it may be. When it comes to doctoral studies, we have also seen that students should devote themselves to learning or general studies and to their entrance exams. In addition, this will lead to an increase in training facilities where it will be stupid for poor students from remote rural areas in government, ”he said. Asked by the education minister, he said he did not know the source of the decision. “However, we will see that as far as possible, government students will not be in a precarious position,” he assured. According to Rymbui, as the matter is not limited to the government, the government will see what can be done next. According to the new system, Class 12 Board examination marks will no longer contribute to the admission of graduates, in accordance with UGC procedures.