Moving Towards

COLLEGE ADMISSIONS – Moving Towards A Better Future!


The second wave of Covid-19 has been tragic for many families. Moving Towards A Better Future!

The struggle for college admissions has been a reality since last year. It has a psychological impact on students and families was huge due to personal loss this year. The uncertainty of board exams and college admissions has only added to their woes.

The decision to cancel CBSE and ISC board exams is not easy.

The stress doesn’t disappear with these announcements but does give students time to think and plan for their next steps.

The results will spell by the end of July 21. The college admission procedures, which depend on Merit scores, must begin somewhere in September 2021. Some colleges have already announced their home-proctored online exams.

Delhi University has announced that they will not compromise on Merit.
CUCET will play a massive role in admission for DU and other national and state universities. Students to work on their logical reasoning, general awareness, and numerical aptitude.

Using the time well and build your skills and talent. As this is the testing time and the persistence and dedication you develop in this period will guide your entire life.

Students should shortlist the colleges and courses considering their personal and financial situation.

Students should also include backup plans in their college and course lists for overseas admission in graduate programs.

Admissions in countries with conditional requests like the UK might be trickier and may happen late because of the delay in results.

NEP 2020 spoke about a standardized entrance exam to take off students’ stress of preparing for many entrance exams.

Covid19is a boost to the education policy. Colleges and universities will depend on entrance exams like CUCET, JEE, NEET, CLAT, etc.

They are moving our education system towards a single, standardized entrance format. It signals towards a simpler future for college admissions.

Our higher education system can move beyond the entrance exams. To focus on providing high-quality education and industry-relevant skill development programs.
It would reduce the stress on the students as well as the selective colleges that offer premium education.

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