144 Candidates Left Bed Entrance Exam – 144 Candidates Left Bed Entrance Exam

During the B.Ed entrance examination, from water to sanitizer and hand to the candidates and the duty policemen? – Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Chitrakoot. The entrance examination of B.Ed in the district was held peacefully and amid tight security. In two shifts, 1756 out of total 1900 candidates appeared in four examination centers of the district. 144 left the exam. The examination was conducted under the supervision of the Static Magistrate and Observer. District Magistrate Shubhrant Kumar Shukla has inspected the arrangements for the B.Ed entrance examination conducted in all the examination centers on Friday. On Friday, the entrance examination of B.Ed was conducted in Ganga Prasad Janseva Inter College, Chitrakoot Inter College, Tulsidas Government College Bedi Pulia and Poddar Inter College Sitapur in the district. The exam was conducted in two phases from 9 am to 12 noon and then from 2 pm to 5 pm. Nodal Officer ADM GP Singh, Deputy Nodal Coordinator Prof. S Kuril, DIOS B Ram continued to inspect the centers. After this the answer sheets of all the candidates are kept in the double lockup of the treasury. It will be transported to Jhansi under tight security. Chitrakoot gave the correct answer to the questions of Olympics and Corona. After the examination, the students said that along with the difficult, many questions have also come easy. Asked to answer questions with facts in science including Hindi. Priya Gupta, residents of the old market of the city, Riya Pandey and Ankita Pandey, residents of Pranshu and Sitapur towns and Vipul Tripathi of Karvi, Vinay of Mau told that some questions were difficult. who have been left behind. Especially there were many questions related to Corona and Olympics, to which the candidates said to write the correct answer. (conversation) Candidates coming out of Janseva Inter College campus after giving B.Ed entrance exam. Dialogue – Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Candidates coming out of Goswami Tulsidas College campus after giving B.Ed entrance examination. Sanva – Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Chitrakoot. The entrance examination of B.Ed in the district was held peacefully and amid tight security. In two shifts, 1756 out of total 1900 candidates appeared in four examination centers of the district. 144 left the exam. The examination was conducted under the supervision of the Static Magistrate and Observer. District Magistrate Shubhrant Kumar Shukla has inspected the arrangements for the B.Ed entrance examination conducted in all the examination centers on Friday. On Friday, the entrance examination of B.Ed was conducted in Ganga Prasad Janseva Inter College, Chitrakoot Inter College, Tulsidas Government College Bedi Pulia and Poddar Inter College Sitapur in the district. The exam was conducted in two phases from 9 am to 12 noon and then from 2 pm to 5 pm. Nodal Officer ADM GP Singh, Deputy Nodal Coordinator Prof. S Kuril, DIOS B Ram continued to inspect the centers. After this the answer sheets of all the candidates are kept in the double lockup of the treasury. It will be transported to Jhansi under tight security. Chitrakoot gave the correct answer to the questions of Olympics and Corona. After the examination, the students said that along with the difficult, many questions have also come easy. Asked to answer questions with facts in science including Hindi. Priya Gupta, residents of the old market of the city, Riya Pandey and Ankita Pandey, residents of Pranshu and Sitapur towns and Vipul Tripathi of Karvi, Vinay of Mau told that some questions were difficult. who have been left behind. Especially there were many questions related to Corona and Olympics, to which the candidates said to write the correct answer. (conversation) Candidates coming out of Janseva Inter College campus after giving B.Ed entrance exam. Dialogue – Photo : CHITRAKOOT

Candidates coming out of Goswami Tulsidas College campus after giving B.Ed entrance examination. Sanva – Photo : CHITRAKOOT

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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