557 Candidates Did Not Appear In B.ed Entrance Exam

Rae Bareli. Ed entrance examination was conducted on Friday at 17 examination centers in the district in which 557 candidates remained absent. There was no chaos anywhere. 6640 candidates were to appear in this examination. 6083 candidates appeared in the first shift and 6091 candidates appeared in the second shift. In the first shift, 557 candidates did not appear for the examination. 549 candidates were absent in the second shift. The examination of the first shift was conducted from 9 am to 12 noon and the second shift examination was conducted from 2 pm to 5 pm. The examination was also conducted peacefully in Indira Gandhi Government Women’s College. Center President Dr. Preeti Tiwari said that out of 300 candidates, 265 candidates appeared in the first shift and 264 in the second shift. Similarly, Feroze Gandhi Mahavidyalaya, Feroze Gandhi Institute of Engineering and Technology, Feroze Gandhi Polytechnic, Vedic Inter College, Vedic Girls Inter College , GGIC, Sant Kanwar Ram Inter College, MGIC and other examination centers were conducted peacefully. According to the representative of Unchahar, 260 out of 300 candidates have appeared in Dr. Ambedkar Government Post Graduate College. SDM Rajendra Shukla inspected. Principal Dr. Rudal Yadav told that the Kovid protocol was followed. According to the Salon representative, 400 candidates took the examination in Sarvodaya PG College. Center President Dr. Shanti Bhushan Singh said that co-centre Dr. Urmila Gaur and Ajay Yadav also supervised. Even though the candidates who came out after giving B.Ed entrance examination, there was relief on their foreheads, but they were also suffering from the sultry heat. One, the questions that came in the examination confused, and there was a lot of trouble due to the humidity. Candidates Ruchi Jaiswal, Deepa Yadav and Shailja said that the paper was good. Even though some questions were not understood, which were done later. Similarly, candidates Vinod, Anshul Kumar Mishra and Lalit Kumar Kori said that the protocol of Kovid-19 was followed. Keep on wearing the mask. Sanitizer was also used. The papers were very good in both the shifts. During the first shift in Vedic Kanya Inter College, the health of a candidate suddenly deteriorated. Immediately the doctor was called who did a health check-up. After the improvement in health, the candidate took the examination. Dr. Pranjul Chaurasia of the district hospital told that the health of the candidate named Ragini had deteriorated. He was feeling dizzy. His condition worsened due to drinking less water and eating less food. Although his condition improved after the first aid, he took the examination.

Rae Bareli. Ed entrance examination was conducted on Friday at 17 examination centers in the district in which 557 candidates remained absent. There was no chaos anywhere. 6640 candidates were to appear in this examination. 6083 candidates appeared in the first shift and 6091 candidates appeared in the second shift. In the first shift, 557 candidates did not appear for the examination. 549 candidates were absent in the second shift. The first shift examination was conducted from 9 am to 12 noon and the second shift examination was conducted from 2 pm to 5 pm. The examination was also conducted peacefully in Indira Gandhi Government Women’s College. Center President Dr. Preeti Tiwari said that out of 300 candidates, 265 appeared in the first shift and 264 in the second shift. Similarly, examinations were conducted peacefully in other examination centers including Feroze Gandhi Mahavidyalaya, Feroze Gandhi Institute of Engineering and Technology, Feroze Gandhi Polytechnic, Vedic Inter College, Vedic Girls Inter College, GGIC, Sant Kanwar Ram Inter College, MGIC. According to Unchahar representative, 260 out of 300 candidates have appeared in Dr. Ambedkar Government Post Graduate College. SDM Rajendra Shukla inspected. Principal Dr. Rudal Yadav told that the Kovid protocol was followed. According to Salon representative, 400 candidates took the exam in Sarvodaya PG College. Center President Dr. Shanti Bhushan Singh said that co-Centre Dr. Urmila Gaur and Ajay Yadav also monitored. The candidates who came out after giving the B.Ed entrance examination, may have felt relaxed on their foreheads, but they were also suffering from the sultry heat. One, the questions that came in the examination confused, and there was a lot of trouble due to the humidity. Candidates Ruchi Jaiswal, Deepa Yadav and Shailja said that the paper was good. Even though some questions were not understood, which were done later. Similarly, candidates Vinod, Anshul Kumar Mishra and Lalit Kumar Kori said that the protocol of Kovid-19 was followed. Keep on wearing the mask. Sanitizer was also used. The paper was very good in both the shifts. During the first shift in Vedic Girls Inter College, the health of a candidate suddenly deteriorated. Immediately the doctor was called who did a health check-up. After the improvement in health, the candidate appeared for the exam. Dr. Pranjul Chaurasia of the district hospital told that the health of the candidate named Ragini had deteriorated. He was feeling dizzy. His condition worsened due to drinking less water and eating less food. Although his condition improved after the first aid, he took the examination. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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