Union Human Resource Minister Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank on Sunday tweeted that the National Test Abhyas app developed by National Testing Agency (NTA) has till date offered 30 lakh free on-line observe durations/ mock exams inside 55 days of its launch.
“Happy to share that @DG_NTA‘s mobile application launched during #Covid19 lockdown for JEE (Main) and NEET aspirants called ‘National Test Abhyas’ has touched a milestone of delivering 30 lakh free online practice sessions in just 55 days,” the HRD minister tweeted.
The HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank had launched the National Test Abhyas app on May 20 that offers free mock exams to the JEE and NEET aspirants. As the students are unable to attend their instructing programs because of coronavirus lockdown, this cell app helps the students to prepare for his or her examinations. The interval to intention the questions is of three hours. Students can attempt it anytime all through the day as per their consolation.
The JEE Main examination will most likely be held from September 1 to 6 whereas NEET 2020 will most likely be held on September 13.
Within three days of its launch, the app was downloaded by over two lakh JEE and NEET aspirants of India and over 80,000 faculty college students had appeared for mock exams. The number of downloads rose to 10 lakh after one month of its launch, whereas the mock exams for an entire of 26 papers had been taken by over 17 lakh time till June 21.
NTA had on June 21 launched that the app will also have questions in Hindi. Earlier, the app solely had questions in English language.
The National Test Abhyas app moreover analyses the time spent on completely completely different sections which may help the candidates know their weak and energy areas and put collectively accordingly. The app moreover retains a doc of their entire and subject-wise scores.The app gives quick, precise and unbiased outcomes serving to school college students to hint their effectivity and preparations. The app will probably be downloaded on Android Smartphones from Google Play Store.
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