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HRD ministry to set up NTA to conduct exams for higher, secondary education

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Union Human Resource Development Ministry will set up a department – National Testing Agency (NTA) to conduct examinations for higher and secondary education. The decision has been taken keeping in view that the Central Board of Secondary Education has been conducting examinations in which around one million students appear every month which is a very large number. This was stated by Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar in New Delhi yesterday.

He said the CBSE has been conducting many examinations, while its main purpose is to bring reforms in the education system. Mr Javadekar said initially examinations like IIT, NIT and even university exams will be conducted by the NTA. Later on the secondary school exams will also be handed over to NTA. Initially, the CBSE staff will be deployed in this department and but later on the specialised people will be hired in the NTA.

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