BOPEE does it in 4 hrs
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Srinagar, Nov 8: The Board of Professional Entrance Examinations has declared the results of several post-graduate disciplines in only four hours.
According to BOPEE chairman, M A Peer, the board conducted the examination for the admission in post-graduate course in Veterinary Science, Agricultural Sciences, Forestry on November 7 and simultaneously for SKAUST –Kashmir and Jammu.
He said the papers were evaluated and result was declared in four hours.
“It became possible only after they changed the examination and admission pattern,”
he said, adding that till last year they were counselling the students first and after that where allotting the disciplines and institutions to the candidates, which he termed time consuming.
“From this year we devised a new system in the application form itself, where candidates were asked to provide his choice of discipline and institution,” he added.
He said the new system of application forms proved efficient and enabled board to allot discipline and institution to the candidate in few hours.
He said the candidates were allotted institutions according to the options given in the application form.
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