Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) Vice Chancellor Shantisree Dhulipudi Pandit has appealed to change the exam pattern in CUET PG exam. He said that admission cannot be given through MCQ questions for admission to master’s course. He has said about the adoption of CUET PG exam that CUET The decision to adopt has been taken by the previous administration. If this decision had been taken in front of me, I would have definitely talked about it and would have had this problem.
CUET PG Exam Pattern
He further added that therefore, it is important that as a teacher, within the system we have to convince them that these difficulties are indeed there. We are not opposing the system, but if we are going to have this kind of uniformity then the implementation of the system can be harmful. Talking about the CUET PG exam pattern, MCQ questions will be asked in the exam. Questions will be asked from verbal ability, social sciences, mathematics, science, general awareness, analytical skills, subjects. There will be 100 questions in each paper.
Earlier the exam was conducted by the university
Before the adoption of CUET-PG by JNU, the university had its own examination for each course, which was conducted by the NTA. The questions were also different for each course. They had objective type, subjective type and short answer type questions. After the appeal by the Vice Chancellor, no reaction has been seen from the UGC side.
MCQ exam pattern will not tell the ability of children
The Vice Chancellor said that you cannot take admission in the master's course on the basis of MCQs. This will not reveal the potential of the students. Any student can write anything. Even after memorization, one can pass the exam and some student can take the exam even after having the ability to learn. In such a situation, it will be difficult to ascertain the learning ability of the students. We should use the subjective type pattern to test the abilities. Read career news here.
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