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LUCKNOW: Conducting the BEd entrance examination despite the surging Covid-19 pandemic showcases the sensitivity and caution of the state government and sets the trend for upcoming competitive exams during Covid times, said higher education department's additional chief secretary Monika S Garg. In an interaction with TOI, Garg reacted to the debates over whether the Uttar Pradesh BEd joint entrance examination should have been held or not at a time when cases of coronavirus were rising in the state. Admitting students based on their final-year marks and without an entrance test would have been an injustice to them, she said. The decision to conduct the test was taken in the interest of students so that everyone gets an equal opportunity, Garg added. "There were debates that the government should have done away with the examination in view of safety or admitted students on merit basis. However, that would not have been fair for the student community," said Garg. She added that … [Read more...] about BEd entrance test was in interest of students: UP Edu dept