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No coaching classes to be conducted for class 10th amidst the lockdown, announces School and Sports Minister Sangottian

Shivam Bhola Shivam Bhola
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On 21st May, Bennett University conducted a webinar session called ‘Undergraduate Programs Admission Process 2020’. The webinar informed the students and parents about the career progression of their wards after Class 12th.

All the doubts and queries were answered by Mr. Sudhanshu Varma, Chief Operating Officer, Bennett University who covered all the topics concerning the admission process and approach in the current unprecedented situation amidst the spread of Covid-19 leading to an unforeseen delay in Class 12th exams and various entrance tests. 

Mr. Varma also announced that Bennett University is offering provisional admission to undergraduate programs on the basis of Class 11th scorecard to the applicants who were anxious about the admission to colleges and universities of their choice due to the delay in class 12th Board exams, owing to the nation-wide lockdown. 

He said that being a parent himself, he understands both sides of the ground. He urged the students not to lose hope in case they could not score well in class 11th and instead to use this time productively and ace the upcoming class 12th exams or any other entrance examinations they appear for. In the webinar, all details and know-how about the University’s admissions, scholarships, placements, and other relevant details were conveyed elaborately. 

Many students and their parents who attended the webinar were uncertain about scholarship considering that provisional admission is being done on the basis of the class 11th scorecard. Mr. Varma assured the parents and students that the scholarships will be based on the class 12th exams or relevant entrance tests and students who meet the criteria of the scholarships will be awarded the said scholarships. 

Overall the webinar ended up being quite informative and helpful for university aspirants and their parents. Some students who were particularly worried about admissions could see some relief.