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HRD Ministry Plans to Bring National Testing Service for Entrance Exams

The Human Resource Development (HRD) ministry is planning to establish a new specialist organization namely ‘National Testing Service’ or NTS in order to organize several extremely specialized examinations. The ministry is seeking to develop this service just like a replica to the Educational Testing Service (ETS) which is present in the United States of America. This yet-to-be-developed service organizes various entrance examinations to all the aspirants such as National Eligibility Test (NET), JEE Main and National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) and much more. SSC CGL Tier-1 2016 Postponed

National Testing Service (NTS)

As of now, the above-mentioned entrance examinations are being conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). This special organization NTS will be an innovative and highly unique body that comprises of several members who are experts. This body is also responsible for conducting various entrance exams via online mode. Through this NTS, all the candidates will be benefitted by offering instant exam results, conducting exams on time and other online examinations.

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Earlier, the CBSE has conducted these exams and postponed for months to declare the results of various exams. The CBSE conducts various exams not only for the school students and the new organization will conduct various exams other than the school exams. With this, the CBSE board will set free and it aids the board to emphasize on its crucial educational activities.

This year, the CBSE will hold the exams as usual and in the next year, after the setting up of the body, it will conduct other exams. With the formation of NTS, there will not be any kind of pressure on the CBSE. In order to manage and regulate the tests in the best way, the National Testing Service will be formed very soon. This will eventually reduce the pressure on conducting various examinations all by itself.JEE Advanced 2017 Exam Dates

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