SRINAGAR: The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examinations (J&K BOPEE) on Wednesday conducted Polytechnic Entrance Test (PET) in various centres at Jammu and Srinagar.
In a statement issued today, BOPEE said a total of 8175 candidates had registered for the entrance test, out of which 6759 candidates appeared while 1416 candidates remained absent.
BOPEE spokesperson said the entrance test was monitored by members of monitoring squad in eight centres at Srinagar and three centers at Jammu and was conducted in a smooth manner.
During the test Controller of Examinations, Banwarilal Gupta, Secretary BOPEE, Khurshid Ahmad Shah, and Deputy Secretary (Law) PL Sharma visited various centres at Srinagar for on-spot inspection and arrangements made therein.
The BOPEE thanked all the principals of colleges and schools of Jammu and Srinagar for successfully conducting the said Entrance Test and expressed their gratitude for providing the necessary infrastructure and staff in making the Test hassle free and smoothly.
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