The Jawaharlal Nehru College Lecturers Affiliation (JNUTA) has expressed issues over the delay in admissions and demanded that the establishment restore its time-tested admission process as a substitute of counting on the Nationwide Testing Company.
This comes amid the rescheduling of the Frequent College Entrance Check (CUET)-UG, carried out by the NTA. The CUET-UG, which was scheduled to finish on August 20, will now conclude on August 28.
The JNU lecturers’ group handed a decision on Monday throughout its basic physique assembly, urging the college to withdraw from the settlement with the NTA.
Beforehand, JNU used to confess college students to undergraduate programs by subjective exams carried out by it. From 2019 nonetheless, it began admitting college students by the JNU Entrance Examination carried out by the NTA.
The college introduced earlier this 12 months that it might conduct admissions to all undergraduate and postgraduate programs by the CUET.
The JNUTA stated the college’s reliance on the NTA for conducting admission checks has resulted in repeated delays.
“The GBM calls for that the college withdraw from the settlement with the NTA and instantly restore JNU’s personal time-tested admission procedures and institutional buildings such because the Standing Committee on Admissions,” it added.
The second section of CUET-Undergraduate, which started final Thursday, was marred with glitches, inflicting hassle to college students who have been despatched again from examination centres.
On Thursday, the primary shift of the examination was canceled at a number of facilities throughout 17 states, whereas the second shift was canceled in any respect 489 centres. On Friday, the examination was canceled at 50 centres.
Anticipating an identical scenario on Saturday, the company canceled the CUET-UG for the day at 53 centres.