THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state government is not likely to make modifications in the revised program to get KEAM entrance examination set for July 16. That’s because the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) had on Thursday requested all countries to complete the processes for entrance to engineering schools from August 30 and commence courses by September 15.
“We’re moving ahead with the present schedule. Anyhow, several different examinations are held at the country by simply adhering to the precautionary measures advocated by the authorities. Additionally, we’re unsure about the chance of conducting the assessments in more favorable conditions. The new entrance program AICTE has contributed with us does not allow any more program shift,” explained A Geetha, state commissioner for entry examinations.
The first program for entry for entry to technology and allied specialist medical courses in institutions within the country has been April 20 and 21. Following the pandemic struck the dates had been revised and according to a statement May 18, it had been established for July 16 to be finished at one by in two programs.
The commissioner for entry examinations had enabled students to alter examination centers and above 100 of these at the Gulf had allegedly opted for a center in Dubai.
“The travel limitations and doubts during those times should have prompted these candidates to cancel their trips Kerala. A nearly equal number of pupils have opted for centers in Mumbai and New Delhi,” sources said. The country entry test is for the choice of candidates entitled to entrance to Engineering/architecture and B.Pharm classes.