The National Testing Agency is a statutory body, which was introduced in 2018 by MHRD.
The agency was established for conducting highly competitive exams like JEE, NEET, UGC NET, CSIR NET, etc.
If you want to know more about the National Testing Agency, then here you are suggested to read this blog completely.
What is NTA?
The National Testing Agency is set up to take care of infrastructure and academic aspects of testing.
The responsibility of NTA is like, setting up the exam conducting activities, bringing high reliability, standardization transparency in the exam process.
Vision of NTA
The right candidates joining best institutions will give India her demographic dividend.
Mission – The National Testing Agency is to maintain the quality of these entrance exams by administering research-based valid, reliable, efficient, transparent and international level assessments.
Objective – To conduct the test in an efficient and transparent way in order to assess the competency of the candidate for admission and recruitment process.
For research on educational, professional systems to identify gaps in knowledge systems.
From below you can check the responsibilities of National Testing Agency –
- Issuing the official Notification for exams.
- Appointment of key position holders a supporting staff for organising the exam.
- Approving the core syllabus.
- Publishing the Admission notice in all required formats.
- Approving the bulletin.
- Providing the examination schedule.
- Conducting pre-examination activities like taking online mock test papers, video lectures.
- Finalizing the status of applications received online.
- Fixing the examination centres.
- Generating admit cards for all exams and displaying them on the official site.
- Monitoring and Supervising the exam hall.
- Finalizing the number of candidates for appearing in the exam.
- Processing of Result and declaring it on the official website.
So, these are the key roles and responsibilities that NTA needs to perform. By bringing the new changes in NTA trying to boost the quality of these competitive exams.