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Common Entrance

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(Education) (in Britain) an entrance examination for a public school, usually taken at the age of 13
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26 (ANI): A person has been arrested for allegedly trying to bribe Army Officials entrusted with the recruitment to get the question paper leaked for the Common Entrance Examination (CEE) to be held in Muzaffarpur on February 25.
Admission to these programmes is done through Common Admission Test (CAT), Joint Admission Test for Masters (JAM) and Common Entrance Examination for Design (CEED).
03 crores to be executed for Commissioner Sate Common Entrance Examination Center
The committee proposes to provide a statutory basis for common entrance examination for admissions to under- graduate and post- graduate courses in Medical institutions A uniform NEET for admissions to UG medical colleges has also been suggested and a Common Licentiate Examination for practice by medical professionals after completion of the undergraduate medical degree," the report states.
MUSCAT: Indian School Ghubra has been approved as a centre for conducting JEE, the common entrance examination for all engineering colleges in India, online this year in Oman.
In girls' boarding schools, entry at 11 is usual, either by the Common Entrance Examination for Girls' Schools (which can also be taken at 12 or 13) or by the school's own test.
Some of the so-called "public schools", which admit on the basis of performance in the Common Entrance examination, are also academically selective, admitting only boys and girls with the highest marks.
Admission is through the college's own examinations, or through common entrance examination, together with an interview with the head.
Andrew and Fergie, who live in different wings of their house at Sunninghill, Berks, also share delight about news that Eugenie has passed her common entrance examination.
The Duke and Duchess of York, on a skiing holiday with their daughters in the Swiss Alps, celebrate Princess Eugenie (left) passing her Common Entrance Examination.
A group of professionals, set up by Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan, is in favour of a three-pronged strategy common entrance examination, compulsory exit test for medical graduates and mandatory renewal of medical licences for doctors to enhance the quality of healthcare in the nation.