Single Engineering Entrance Exam to be held twice next year – AICTE Chief

As per the sources from the Joint Director of Technical Education’s Office, the All India Council for Technical Education’s (AICTE) single engineering entrance exam would be conducted multiple times in a year. Even the aspirants would be able to appear in all versions and their best score would be taken into the consideration.

Authorising the new development, AICTE chairman Anil Sahasrabudhe told TOI that initially it would be held at least for two times. “Multiple means any number of times, and it could be even three to four times in a year. But it could be held only after required infrastructure is in place,” he said.

The new common and single engineering entrance exam will be conducted from 2018. However, the exam conducting agencies is get to be confirmed, and only after it is finalized the dates for this common entrance test can be decided. JEE Advanced will continue for admissions to IITs.

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Source: The Times of India

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