- A private computer service center was built in Sarona, Raipur. Examination centers will be online.
- Entrance exam for B-Arc on Tuesday, now there will be entrance exam for B-Tech in two shifts on Wednesday
A private computer service center located at Sarona in Raipur city was made the center for JEE examination. On Tuesday, around 600 students appeared for the exam on the first day. The examination was conducted in two shifts from 9 am to 12 am and 3 pm to 6 pm. This entrance exam was held for graduation in architecture, now the examination for BTech will be on Wednesday.
Difficulty in Mathematics questions:
Regarding this exam, which was online on Tuesday, student Khyati Aggarwal said that Mathematics questions were a bit difficult, coming out of the center, all the students were talking only on Mathematics questions. Students and parents from far and wide came to attend this exam organized for admission in the top engineering institutes of the country, know what they said, and what happened outside the exam center all day long.
He did not sleep at night, fearing that the exam might not be missed
, a foster from Ravan, about 100 km from Raipur, said that we started preparing for coming to Raipur from 3 o'clock in the night. Did not sleep at night, fearing that the exam should not be missed. He left home at 4 in the morning, so that he could reach in time. It took two to two and a half hours to reach Raipur. Given the corona infection, the exam should not have taken place at this time. Now the exam is going on, so the future of the girl has come here keeping in mind, what to do ... Tomorrow will come again.
Navneet had left Ambikapur a day before if any student turned out to be infected . It is morning to evening to reach Rayupar, a relative's house is stayed. Talking to Dainik Bhaskar, Navneet said that a large number of students are coming to the exam center, if any of them get infected, we are afraid of what will happen. This test could have been avoided a bit. Now I am staying here with a relative, I have to come again tomorrow.
Activists of Congress student organization NSUI also reached outside Raipur's examination center. In the afternoon, the state vice-president of the organization, Bhavesh Shukla, placed the students at the crossroads to help the workers who were having trouble finding the address of the center. Bhavesh said that it is an anti-student decision of the Modi government not to extend the exam date. The youth leaders kept masks and sanitizers distributed to the students with placards written in the best of luck.