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The National Testing Agency (NTA) released results of the maiden Common University Entrance Test for Undergraduate (CUET-UG) admissions late on Thursday night with almost 20,000 candidates scoring 100percentile in around 30 subjects.

The union government had in March announced that it will conduct CUET-UG, in line with the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, and made its score a mandatory yardstick for all central universities while keeping it optional for others.

At least 90 universities are participating in the CUET-UG this year.

While the NTA– an autonomous testing agency under the union ministry of education was entrusted to conduct the exam–, the higher education regulation University Grants Commission (UGC) worked as its nodal agency for the exam.

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The debut edition of CUET-UG was conducted in six phases between July 15 and August 30 across 489 examination centres located in 259 cities across India and 10 cities abroad.

A total of 14,90,000 candidates had registered for the examination that witnessed 60% consolidated attendance in all six phases.

HT here explains the journey of CUET-UG 2022:

Origin of CUET

In 2010, the government had set up 12 new central universities across the country, and introduced a common entrance test known as Central University Common Entrance Test (CUCET) for them. Till 2021, those 12 central universities, including central universities of Gujarat, Haryana, Kerala Jammu and Punjab, were conducting admissions through it.

Later in 2020, when NEP was launched, it envisaged a common entrance test for all universities. To implement the policy recommendations, the UGC had in 2020 set up a seven-member committee headed by VC of Central University of Punjab, RP Tiwari, to prepare the modalities for the common entrance exam.

After several rounds of discussion. UGC submitted its recommendations in December 2020 and suggested implementing them from 2021-22.

However, the UGC had put it on hold in view of the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic.

In March this year, UGC announced the implementation of the test under the title CUET from the session 2022-23 and made it the sole criterion for admission to undergraduate courses in all central universities.

Until now, many universities were either enrolling students on the basis of their class 12 performance or were conducting their individual entrance exams.

Why a common entrance exam?

While introducing CUET-UG, the UGC had said it would reduce the burden of students. “The students right now are applying to different universities and appearing in different entrance exams for undergraduate admissions. At the same time, they also have to focus on their board exams to get 99% and 100% marks. We should not assume that all central universities were conducting admissions on the basis of class 12 marks. Many universities have already been conducting their individual entrance exams for undergraduate admissions. Multiple exams were causing a lot of stress not just among the students but also their parents,” UGC Chairperson M Jagadesh Kumar had said.

“Another reason why the NEP 2020 advocated for a ‘one nation one entrance exam’ is to provide equal opportunity to students from different backgrounds and different education boards. It will provide a kind of level playing ground for the students,” he had said.

The criticism

A section of students, parents, teachers and principal raised concerns over making CUET-UG the sole criteria for undergraduate admissions. They argued that not giving any weightage to class 12 marks in the admission process will make board exams “irrelevant”. Another criticism was on the syllabus of CUCET-UG as it was “strictly” based on NCERT syllabus. People questioned how it would provide equal opportunity to students from other boards, ISC or state boards. Lastly, there were apprehensions that CUET may also mutate into a coaching driven competition like most entrance exams are in the country.

Exam pattern

The CUET-UG was a computer-based test and was conducted in multiple choice questions (MCQ) format. It was divided into four sections namely, I-A, I-B, II, and III. Section I-A and I-B consisted of language subjects. Section II was domain specific and section III was a general test.

A candidate was allowed to choose a maximum of any three languages from Section I-A and Section I-B together, and up to six domain subjects. It means, overall, candidates could take a test in a maximum of nine subjects, i.e., two languages + six domain specific subjects + one general test or three languages + five domain specific subjects + one general test.

The test will be strictly based on the class 12 NCERT syllabus.

The hiccups

The exam, which was initially planned in two phases, had to be conducted in six phases due to multiple cancellations and postponement of papers after technical issues were reported at the examination centres. While the first phase was conducted in July, the remaining five phases were held throughout August. The initial phases of CUET were marred with technical and administrative glitches. While on August 4, all exams scheduled in the evening shift were cancelled at all 489 centres across the country, 50 and 53 centres were affected on August 5 and 6, respectively.

However, the NTA rescheduled exams for all affected students and extended the dates till August 30.

How CUET-UG was different from NEET, JEE?

In case of both, the National Eligibility Criteria Test (NEET) for admission to medical courses, and the Joint Entrance test (JEE) for engineering admissions, there are no subject combinations. It is either Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or Physics, Chemistry and Biology and everybody takes these combinations only.

However, in CUET-UG, each of the 1.49lakh candidates had applied for at least five universities choosing around 54,000 subject combinations. That makes CUET-UG a big exercise.

What next?

The NTA will provide universities with the CUET-UG scores of students who have applied for admission to that particular university. The universities will then prepare their individual cut-off list using those scores and conduct their counseling sessions for admission. Students will have to visit the admission portal of the universities they have applied for and complete the registration process.

Meanwhile, the government is likely to conduct CUET-UG twice next year– one in March-April and the other in November-December – to provide more opportunities to students.

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Killexams : CBSE Class 12 test Date, Format To Be Announced On This Date
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CBSE Class 12 test date and its format will be announced on this date

New Delhi:

The Central Board of Secondary Education will announce the CBSE Class 12 test dates on June 1, government sources told NDTV. The major entrance exams for undergraduate engineering and medicine - JEE Main and NEET - will be held as well, the same sources said. While the Central Government is inclined to hold the Class 12 board exams, it has left state governments to decide on their own school boards.

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The decision was taken after a meeting between several high-ranking Union ministers, state education ministers and officials held on May 23 to decide the fate of Class 12 students whose final board exams have been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Government sources told NDTV that the Joint Entrance Examination-Main (JEE Main 2021) for admission to undergraduate engineering and National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET UG 2021) for undergraduate medicine will both be held as well. These are national-level examinations conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA).

The CBSE test format is likely to change into the short-format type, sources told NDTV. Two proposals had been placed before states - one was to hold exams in only a handful of "major subjects" and the second was to hold exams in schools but they would be of the objective-type only and of a much shorter duration. Delhi Government, at least, opposed both formats and urged the Centre to hold off examinations until all 1.5 crore students in the relevant age-group are vaccinated, said Delhi's Education Minister Manish Sisodia in a press conference following the meeting. All Delhi Government schools are affiliated to the CBSE. Therefore, the option given to states to decide about their own exams will not apply to Delhi this year.

The high-level meeting was attended by the Union Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank'; Minister for Women and Child Development, Smriti Irani; Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar; and was chaired by the Defence Minister Rajnath Singh.

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Killexams : USCIS Extends Waiver of 60-Day Rule for Medical Examination Form I-693

Thursday, October 6, 2022

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has extended the temporary waiver of the requirement that a civil surgeon’s signature on Form I-693, Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record, be dated no more than sixty days before the date it is accepted by USCIS. Pursuant to the extension, Form I-693 dated more than sixty days prior to USCIS acceptance will remain acceptable until March 31, 2023.

Form I-693 is required for applicants seeking to adjust status from within the United States to become lawful permanent residents. The form is signed by a civil surgeon following a medical test to establish that an applicant is not inadmissible to the United States on public health grounds.

Normally, USCIS considers a completed Form I-693 to be valid for two years from the date of the civil surgeon’s signature, but only if it is received and accepted by USCIS within sixty days of the civil surgeon’s signature (commonly referred to as the “sixty-day rule”).

Due to processing delays related to the COVID-19 pandemic, USCIS previously waived the sixty-day rule until September 30, 2022. On September 29, 2022, USCIS extended the waiver until March 31, 2023.

The temporary waiver of the sixty-day rule applies to all Forms I-693 submitted with applications that have not yet been adjudicated, regardless of when an application was submitted.

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Killexams : Reduced test Duration, Objective Questions: School Principals Hail CBSE's New Board test Format
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School principals hail CBSE's new format of exam

New Delhi:

The Central Board of Secondary Education's new format for first term board exams for Classes 10 and 12, including 90 minutes long objective type tests, has been hailed by several school principals who believe the decision will help enhance critical thinking of students.

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Bifurcating the academic session, holding two term-end exams and rationalising the syllabus were part of the special assessment scheme for Class 10 and 12 CBSE board exams for 2021-22, which were announced in July in view of the COVID-19 pandemic. The first term exams will begin from November 30 for major subjects, while the schedule for minor subjects will be sent to schools separately.

"This will be exactly after two years that the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) would be conducting physical exams on such a large scale. The new objective format has a five-minute increased studying time, which is quite thoughtful and would help the students to read the questions and the options carefully before selecting the right answers. The idea of 90-minute tests in the first term board exams is excellent as during the times of lockdown, the mode of teaching, learning and grasping has undergone a massive change," Pallavi Upadhyaya, Principal, DPS-RNE Ghaziabad, told PTI.

"Looking at the drastic change in pedagogical methods due to lockdown, this decision of bifurcating boards score in objective and subjective examinations is indeed great. This will lessen the stress and burden of learning for the students. On the flip side, it has been noticed that the children score more in subjective than in objective, as in subjective they are able to put forth their ideas in their own creative words whereas in objective, there can be only one right answer," she added.

Ms Upadhyay further said one cannot refute that this method does enhance the critical thinking of the students and the creative thinking of the students can be tested in the subjective exams.

According to Seema Kaur, Principal, Pacific World School, Noida, the changed pattern this year with first term being tested as an objective based test may be difficult for many students, but focus on conceptual clarity will help. "Yet the real focus is to test the knowledge and concept clarity of the students. Keeping this in mind, we are ensuring that the students are given adequate practice of the objective-based questions and continuous reiteration of concepts is being done to enable them to comprehend the critical as well as high order thinking questions with ease. "The 90 minutes test is not a mere test of learning, but also a deliberate attempt to test the psychological wellbeing of children. Ability to understand the question and analyse the options judiciously is being practiced in the class to ensure good result," she said.

The plans by the board to split the session into two terms had come against the backdrop of the pandemic, which forced the cancellation of board exams for some subjects last year and a complete cancellation of the exams this year. The result was then announced on the basis of alternative assessment schemes developed by the board.

The exams will be objective and the duration of the tests will be 90 minutes. The exams will start from 11.30 am instead of 10.30 am in view of the winter season. The exams for the minor subjects will be conducted by schools though the question paper will be provided by the board. "The objective paper and timing from 11.30 am will definitely be beneficial as students will get more time in revising the course and to clear the doubts in the school. It was a tough time for all when everyone faced the pandemic.

"We are ready with the arrangements recommended by CBSE, including seating 12 students per room, regular thermal checking and sanitisation and all covid protocols will be ensured," said Anshu Mittal, Principal, MRG School, Rohini.

According to Sangeeta Hajela, Principal, DPS Indirapuram, the gradual and graded re-introduction of the offline examination system is surely a welcome move as due to the pandemic, the students were exposed to the offline examinations for quite some time. "Bifurcation of board exams in objective and subjective pattern, in two separate sets of examinations is a good way to provide for the correct assessment in view of the unpredictable nature of the pandemic.

There won't be a rush to cover the whole syllabus in a single go; and the division will make teaching and learning more streamlined and effective. Increasing the studying time from 15 to 20 minutes would also help students get accustomed to the new paper pattern.

"The change of examination timing to 11:30 am from 10:30 am is also a thoughtful move by the CBSE, keeping in mind the severe winter season in some parts of the country. We look forward to this pattern and hope our students will be able to apply the learning to do well in this objective examination," she said.

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Killexams : CBSE Board Exams 2023: From Datesheet, sample Papers to test Pattern; All You Need To Know

CBSE Board test 2023: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) will be conducting the Class 10 and 12 Board exams for the 2022-23 academic batch from February 15, 2023. According to several news reports, CBSE officials are expected to release a detailed schedule by December 2022. Once released, students can get their date sheet from the board’s official website — The Board will conduct the Classes 10 and 12 board exams in a single shift this year.Also Read - SSB Constable Recruitment 2022: Register For 399 Posts Under Sports Quota at Class 10th Pass Eligible

After a gap of two years, CBSE will hold the examination in the same pattern as the pre-pandemic years. Due to Covid-19 pandemic, the board exams were cancelled in 2020, and candidates were graded using alternative assessment criteria. The board divided the entire academic year into two terms in 2021. Since the examination will be held in the normal format after two years gap, therefore in this article we have some questions answered for you. Also Read - GATE 2023 Registration Extended Till Oct 07; Check test Date, Documents Required

CBSE sample Papers 2023

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the sample question papers for the current academic year 2022-23 for students of classes 10 and 12. The CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 test sample papers 2023 were published on September 16. Eligible students can get the sample papers by visiting the official website of the Board at Apart from the sample paper, the marking scheme of the board examination has also been released. With the help of the CBSE Class 10 and Class 12 sample papers 2023, a student will know more about the board test pattern, types of questions, and others. Also Read - NEET UG 2022 State Counselling Schedule Released at Round 1 Registration Begins From Oct 17


  • Visit the official website of the Central Board of Secondary Education at or
  • On the homepage, go to the “Sample Question Papers” sections.
  • Now click on SQP 2022- 2023.
  • Depending upon your class, click on the desired link. Click either on Class XII or Class X option.
  • The CBSE sample question papers for classes 10 and 12 will be displayed on the screen.
  • Download and take a printout of it for future reference.


CBSE will be conducting the Class 10 and 12 Board exams for the 2022-23 academic batch from February 15, 2023.  According to several media reports, the detailed schedule is expected to be released by the CBSE officials by December 2022.


The Central Board of Secondary Education has released the rationalised syllabus for Class 10 for the academic session 2022-2023. As per the news report, CBSE has reduced the syllabus by removing many important syllabus from Social Science. More details are available on the official website of the Board.


The Board has decided to return to the pre-pandemic single-exam format, which means that the class 10 and 12 board examinations are not likely to be divided into two parts.


The CBSE Board examination for class 10 and 12 students next year will be based on the pre-pandemic syllabus. In other words, the 30% reduction in syllabus offered to students in response to learning loss caused by the covid-induced disruption has been reversed.

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Killexams : Department of Mathematics and Philosophy

ALEKS test Format and Description

Exam Format

The math placement/assessment is an online test which covers a broad spectrum of syllabus from basic math through precalculus. The ALEKS system is fully automated and the assessment is adaptive.

ALEKS avoids multiple-choice questions and instead uses flexible and easy to use answer input tools that mimic what would be done with paper and pencil (free-response environment).

When a student first logs on to ALEKS, a brief *tutorial shows how to use the following ALEKS answer input tools:

  1. how to enter answers
  2. how to use the graphing utilities
  3. how to use the built-in calculator that will be offered when appropriate.

*Take your time with this tutorial and be sure you understand how these features work.

Exam Description

Each assessment process consists of 20-30 questions and should take around two hours to complete. The exact number of questions will vary due to the adaptive mechanism. It will be 30 questions and only shorter if the student starts to consistently answer “I don’t know.” It is likely that students will be asked questions on material they have not yet learned. On such questions, it is appropriate to answer, "I don't know" (and is interpreted that the course is not familiar to the student).  If students think they might know how to solve a question, they should try and answer the question. 

The first questions will be drawn from across the curriculum. Based on the previous answer to a question, the next question ALEKS presents, has a 50/50 chance of being answered correctly.  As the assessment proceeds, students' answers will be used to give the system information about the student's math knowledge, and it will gradually focus the questioning in an individually appropriate way.

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Killexams : Health Administration - Executive Format

executive student groupUAB’s Executive Master of Science in Health Administration (MSHA) program is designed to prepare students for senior management positions throughout the health field. The MSHA Program is CAHME-accredited and currently ranked as the #1 health care management graduate program in the country by U.S. News & World Report. Students in the program gain new expertise and a comprehensive understanding of every aspect of health care organizations, with particular emphasis on important health care management areas such as leadership, marketing, economics, operations management, epidemiology, quality improvement and strategic management, to name a few.

What makes the program appealing to so many professionals is its structure, which enables students to gain all this new expertise without giving up their job or lifestyle. The program was created to meet the needs of busy professionals and requires students to visit the UAB campus for only four and a half days three times each year to complete the degree in two years. Between the intensive campus sessions, students continue courses through online distance learning. Applicants for the Executive MSHA Program must have at least five years of health care experience. Please contact the program if you have questions regarding this experiential requirement.

  • Mission

    Developing leaders to shape tomorrow’s healthcare through an exceptional master’s-level educational experience.

  • Vision

    To be recognized as the national leader in healthcare management and leadership education.

  • Values

    Excellence: We are driven to do our best, learn from our setbacks, and tenaciously seek to improve.

    Collaboration: We value partnerships and recognize that our success is due to the talent and time of the entire team.

    Respect: We honor and appreciate the traditions, beliefs, and individuality of all.

    Integrity: We are committed to honesty and authenticity, adhering to strong moral & ethical principles in everything we do.

    Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: We believe our diversity is a source of our strength and strive to understand, value and involve all.

Students in the executive MSHA program may opt to do a dual degree program with the Master of Science in Healthcare Quality and Safety (MSHQS) or add on a graduate certificate in Healthcare Quality and Safety. The MSHA program includes coursework in healthcare quality and safety, but the dual degree or graduate certificate program allows students to obtain a deeper understanding of this important area in healthcare. Visit the MSHQS or HQS graduate certificate pages for more information about these programs. Students do not have to choose to enroll in these programs at the time of acceptance into the MSHA program, and may choose to begin them in the second year of the MSHA program.

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Killexams : Health Administration - Residential Format

The Residential MSHA Program offers a unique educational experience through its dedicated faculty, supportive alumni, cohort model and the administrative residency requirement. CAHME AccreditedThe MSHA Program is CAHME-accredited and currently ranked as the #1 health care management graduate program in the country by U.S. News & World Report.

The Master of Science in Health Administration is a 33-month program with 21 months of full-time courses on campus and 9-12 months in an administrative residency. In addition to providing directed experience, the residency also provides a paid stipend and frequently leads to employment opportunities.

  • Mission

    Developing leaders to shape tomorrow’s healthcare through an exceptional master’s-level educational experience.

  • Vision

    To be recognized as the national leader in healthcare management and leadership education.

  • Values

    Excellence: We are driven to do our best, learn from our setbacks, and tenaciously seek to improve.

    Collaboration: We value partnerships and recognize that our success is due to the talent and time of the entire team.

    Respect: We honor and appreciate the traditions, beliefs, and individuality of all.

    Integrity: We are committed to honesty and authenticity, adhering to strong moral & ethical principles in everything we do.

    Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: We believe our diversity is a source of our strength and strive to understand, value and involve all.

Cohort Model

Our cohort model means you will be with the same classmates the entire time you are on campus. But more than that - you will be connected for the rest of your careers. You will start your career with a built-in peer network and together, as you each advance, you will change the landscape of how healthcare is delivered. Meet our students.

Applied Learning

During your time in the MSHA Program, you will experience “real world” exposure from the start. Beginning in the first semester, you will work in the UAB Health System as part of the Student Workforce initiative. You may also complete an internship the first summer and after completing your classes, you will launch your career with the administrative residency. Learn about the Administrative Residency.

Expand Your Degree

Students who would like to gain additional skills while completing the residential MSHA program may participate in a dual degree program by completing the MSHA with a Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Health Informatics, or Master of Public Health program. Students may also take additional coursework to earn a Graduate Certificate in Healthcare Financial Management. Learn more about these programs.

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Killexams : Tambuwal says his administration spends N8b yearly on test fees, school feeding

The Sokoto State Governor, Aminu Waziri Tambuwal says he spends over N8 billion annually on school feeding programmes, students examination fees and other human-related development expenses for more than seven years.

The governor disclosed this on Saturday, October 1, 2022 at the occasion of commemorating the 62nd anniversary of Nigeria's independence held in the state capital.

Tambuwal says his administration has consistently paid students' examination fees for the National Examination Council (NECO), West African Examination Council (WAEC), National Board for Technical Education (NBTE), and other fees over the years in addition to the money used to feed students in numerous schools throughout the state.

On the other hand, Tambuwal has mandated that the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) branch at Sokoto State University resume work or risk losing their salaries.

The governor said that in addition to the enormous sums spent on test fees and student meals intended to advance substantial human advancements, his administration had been paying beneficiaries' scholarships, salaries, and pension benefits on time.

Tambuwal further said that he had spoken with the management of the state scholarship board about the issue of the state-sponsored students who were previously studying in Ukraine before the civil war broke out and had given them the task of searching for universities in Turkey, Egypt, India, or even Nigeria where the displaced students can continue their education.

“We cannot allow you to stay out of school because that will affect your future negatively,” he added.

On the ongoing ASUU strike, the governor also questioned the Sokoto State University branch of the union on the legitimacy of its members receiving salaries while working in collusion with their federal counterparts during their protracted strike.

He urged them to change their minds and return to work, arguing that the problems brought up by ASUU branches in federal colleges were distinct from those that existed in state universities.

The governor, however, threatened to withhold their pay until they returned to the classroom if they did not come forward with any other problems.

He stressed that last month he stopped paying their salaries because he had been so generous in paying them more than five months' compensation while they were unemployed and urged the branch to begin work if they truly had the interest of the state and its students at heart.

Regarding the accomplishments of his administration thus far, the governor stated that he would rather be recognized for his contributions to the development of human capital rather than the numerous ongoing and completed construction projects, flyovers, and school building.

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