The Higher Secondary Education Parliament has modified the timetable of Higher Secondary Examinations to coincide with the schedule of the All India Joint Entrance Examination (JEE Main). Three exam dates have been rescheduled.
The examinations will begin on April 2 as planned, according to Chiranjeev Bhattacharjee, president of the Higher Secondary Education Parliament, who spoke at a press conference on Monday. The Higher Secondary Examination Schedule for All India Engineering Joint Entrance, however, has undergone minor adjustments. The test (numerology) that was scheduled for April 16th will be rescheduled for April 25th.
The economy was put to the test on April 20. With that subject, there were a lot of numbers and physics. Many of them are taking Paper 2 of JEE Mains.
The examination schedule has been adjusted in light of their comments. As a result, the 20th examination date has been rescheduled for April 26th.
The All India Joint has had two more test schedules altered. According to Chiranjeev Bhattacharya, the test scheduled for April 13th will be rescheduled for April 18th. The 17th of April was dedicated to chemistry.
On April 13, that test was moved up. As a result, high school will be completed on April 28. The Higher Secondary Examination was previously slated to begin on April 2 and conclude on April 20.
Those who study physics, chemistry, and maths are eligible to take the engineering admission exam. This brings the total number of students studying biology to 63,800. In JEE Main, they will have no problems.