The 23rd ICAR (Indian Council for agriculture research) examination has been canceled. The ICAR AIEEA (All India Entrance Examination for Admissions) examination has been canceled due to some administrative reasons. In a notification released, ICAR has done this with the approval of competent authority.
The examination for ICAR AIEEA ( All India Entrance Examination for Admissions) for the Undergraduate, Postgraduate courses and Ph.D. courses were held on 22nd June and 23rd June 2018.
This Year ICAR AIEEA Examination suffered technical glitches and In a petition filed by one B. Murugavel of Adyar, he stated that his daughter suffered technical glitches while attempting the question in the examination. His daughter was unable to see the questions and the problem even persisted when she switched to 12 computers. Similar reports about technical glitches in the ICAR AIEEA has been reported.
The High-court has given the order to re-conduct the examination and not to declare this year’s result.
The ICAR will publish the result in terms of over-all merit rank and category rank. The rank of candidates who do not qualify in AIEEA UG as prescribed by ICAR will not be published. According to the earlier schedule, the councilling process for ICAR AIEEA was expected to start on 1st July.
The official notification related to the re-conducting of examination has not been released. It is expected that the official notification related to ICAR AIEEA Examination will be released by the end of July. The students need to be patient a bit more and keep checking the official website of ICAR.