Jaitley just announced a National Testing Agency, so CBSE doesn't have to bother about academic entrance exams

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In the several education reforms announced by Finance minister Arun Jaitley, he has proposed to establish a National Testing Agency which will conduct all the academic entrance examinations in India.

This will take away the burden from Central Board of Secondary Education and All India Council for Technical Education in terms of the administration work related to examinations.

Exams conducted by CBSE as of now

Apart from school exams at Class 10 and Class 12 level for CBSE affiliated schools, CBSE conducts major higher education related entrances in the absence of any national testing body.

It conducts the Joint Entrance Exam-main (JEE Main) for engineering schools including IITs, and the National Eligibility Test for UGC for selecting professors in college and university system.

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It also conducts the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) for appointment of teachers across several states. It is also in charge of conducting the single medical entrance test for admission to all MBBS courses.

Thanks to NTA, this central body will now conduct all entrance examinations including the two-tier JEE, CAT, CTET, UGC -NET and NEET, among others.
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