After the formal declaration of commencement of NTA JEE 2019 exam online practice center registration, the government might be establishing free coaching centers for the students. As per the sources, the news is pouring in that free government coaching centers will be set up for the JEE and NEET 2019 aspirants. This might be true soon because the National Testing Agency, set up by the government to conduct exams for entrance to higher educational institutions, will convert its 2,697 test practice centers into teaching centers from 2019. As per the HRD ministry official, the practice centers will start functioning from September 8, this year.
The ministry official added, “The plan is to take these centers beyond just practice tests and turn them into teaching centers. They will not charge any fees and so will be especially helpful for talented students from sections where aspirations are high but private coaching is impossible due to financial constraints. Coaching to benefit rural, semi-urban candidates.”
In the primary occurrence, NTA will enable competitors to sit for a taunt test for the pending Joint Entrance Examination-Main (JEE-Main) 2019 in January. The individuals who enroll with the testing organization through a portable application and site can show up for taunt tests for the National Eligibilitycum-Entrance Test-UG (NEETUG) and the University Grants Commission National Eligibility Test (UGC-NET).
They would then be able to discuss their results with NTA tutors, learn and correct their slip-ups at these focuses. Wannabes should enlist for openings at test rehearse focuses through the versatile application or NTA's legitimate site. Enlisted competitors will get the chance to sit for the tests. Once the outcome are out, the educators at the middle will assist them with their errors and with ideas.However, this teaching component at the centres will be rolled out only after the first set of exams, the dates for which have recently been announced by NTA.
“For the time being, the practice centres will allow candidates to take mock tests for JEEMain only. As NEET-UG is not a computer-based test currently, there will be no mock test at the centres for the time being,” the HRD ministry official said.