Rajasthan Government To Scrap MCA Entrance Test

Rajasthan government has decided to scrap the entrance rest for MCA (Rajasthan Master in Computer Application Aptitude Test (RMCAAT)).

The state Higher and Technical Education Department has taken the decision to scrap RMCAAT and go with state-level centralized counseling system.

The change of decision made the students to reduce loss of time and money.

Rajasthan Higher Education Minister Kali CharanSaraf said, "The admission in MCA colleges will be done through the centralizedcounselling system by making a merit list of scores obtained by students at graduate level in any discipline with mathematics as a compulsory subject.”

As per the sources, only 321 students had taken the RMCAAT test in 2014 against 3,510 seats.

A seven member centralized committee will be formed to look over the MCA admissions in the state and form the rules for the same. The Education Officer ParmeshwearLal will be head for this committee.

The state higher education department has directed all the government and private colleges of offering degree, engineering and management courses to open a ‘book bank’ to donate free books to the needy students.

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