79 per cent vote on the first day of OJE – Times of India

Bhubaneswar: The OGA authorities on Monday recorded 79 per cent candidates on the first day of the Orissa Joint Entrance Test (OJEE-2021) which will run till September 1. On the first day more candidates appeared in this exam last year, it was 70 percent.

A total of 13,200 candidates were registered with OJEE to appear on the first day of the exam, but 10,461 of them took the B Pharm course exam. OJE Chairman SK Chanda said, “We have recorded 79 per cent turnout in each shift of the day.

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He said they are conducting tests in three shifts every day. “This computer-based test is conducted like JEE Main. Around 5,000 students are taking part in the admission test at 55 centers. Outside Orissa, test centers have been set up in Kolkata, Ranchi and Patna. Chand said they have taken all government precautions and the Covid-1 prot protocol at the test centers. “OJEE was conducted seamlessly across the state and beyond,” he added.

September Lateral Entry (LE) Tech (Diploma) and Integrated MBA examinations will be held in September. On September 8 and 9, examinations will be held for LE Tech (Diploma), M Pharm, LE Pharm, LE Tech (BSc), MTech, M Arch and M Plan.

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The examination for MCA will be held on September 15 in three shifts, while candidates will be able to sit for BTech and MCA on September 16 and September 18, respectively. Due to Ganesh Puja on September 10 and NEET exam on September 12, the examination management authority has given a gap of five days in the examination schedule.

OJEE is held every year in the state to conduct general entrance examinations for admission to undergraduate (UG) / postgraduate (PG) level professional courses including BTech, MTech, MBA, MCA, MArch, MPlan, MPharm and BPharm.

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