On Friday, Delhi recorded its highest-ever single-day Covid-19 figures as 19,486 instances and 141 deaths have been reported, prompting Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to order organising extra coronavirus amenities and improve the energy of oxygen beds.
On Thursday and Friday, the town had recorded 16,699 and 17,282 instances, respectively. In accordance with a discover from JMI, the exams that have been scheduled to be held on April 20, 22, 24, and April 26 will likely be held at a later date.
“The Competent Authority, preserving in view of Covid-19 surge in Delhi and weekend Curfew imposed by Authorities of NCT of Delhi, has postponed the Ph.D. Entrance Checks which have been earlier introduced to be held on 20, 22, 24 and 26 of April 2021 until additional orders,” it stated.
On Wednesday, the college had introduced it would postpone the exams for Lessons 10 and 12 exams at JMI colleges scheduled to be held from April 15 following the Central Board of Secondary Training’s (CBSE) determination on Wednesday to cancel Class 10 exams and postpone Class 12 exams.