Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar on Friday ruled out replacing cut-offs with an entrance examination for admission to Delhi University undergraduate courses.
The DU entrance advisory board was working out on subtleties of the passage based framework and the issue was to be examined in the following gathering of the board which has instruction specialists, school principals and staff as individuals.
The issue was thought upon a year ago too by the board however an agreement couldn’t be come to.
“For 2019-20 there will be no passage test in DU and confirmations will be directed on premise of class 12 marks,” Javadekar told journalists.
DU as of now directs PC based passageway test for nine undergrad and postgraduate projects while admissions to a greater part of college classes are resolved through the wannabe’s scores in class 12 tests.
DU’s first endeavor at changing to a passage based affirmation framework in 2017 had hit a barricade after complaint from various understudy gatherings.
The HRD Minister additionally said no last call has been taken yet on whether the JNU’s passageway test will be directed on the web and that too by the recently framed National Testing Agency (NTA).
In any case, JNU has just told on the site that the test will be led by NTA in 2019.