It will continue till October 22. Like OJEE, the CPET will also be held in multiple shifts a day.
The final figure of test centres in Delhi will be finalised in a couple of days while centres outside Delhi are already mentioned in the prospectus, it said.
Students from several districts of Telangana came to Hyderabad to appear for the entrance exams.
Many said that this could be one of the lowest attendance for the test in recent times which was held despite major protests by students and opposition parties and several state governments.
Tamil Nadu would not be following the NEP with regard to allowing colleges to only be autonomous or be a constituent college of a University.
The crucial exams are being conducted in September after being postponed twice in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.
SCR will run special trains on Pune - Hyderabad and Mumbai LTT - Hyderabad routes, for the candidates in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
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This year's entrance examination decision also differs from its usual procedure wherein aspirants had to sit for a common all India examination Common Law Admission Test.
Maharashtra Minister Vijay Wadettiwar on Tuesday said students from flood-affected areas in the state can make a representation to the National Testing Agency through respective district collectors.
Staggered entry and exit for candidates, sanitisers at the gate, distribution of masks and maintaining social distancing as candidates queued up, were among the scenes witnessed at the exam centres.
Banerjee, in a series of tweets on Monday morning, said she was vocal about the issue during the last video conference of chief ministers with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Over 4,200 students participated in a day-long hunger strike demanding the cancellation and postponement of exams.
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, who represented the National Testing Agency (NTA), informed the court that all safeguards will be taken for conducting the exams
There have been coronavirus cases in different educational institutions and in such a situation, it does not seem appropriate to put 4.5 lakh students at risk without assessing their safety.
The decision has been taken in view of the COVID-19 crisis as it wouldn’t be possible for many students to travel far to appear the test due to pandemic situation, officials said.