Changes have been made in the UGC-NET 2020 and June 2021 examinations to be held on December 5. This change has been taken for the examinations to be held in two states Odisha and Andhra Pradesh after the red alert and advisory of the Meteorological Department issued for December 4 in view of the Jawad Cyclone. A revised datasheet for the rescheduled exam will be uploaded later.
Due to the red alert issued in Odisha and Andhra Pradesh for #JawadCyclone for 4th Dec, UGC-NET December 2020 and June 2021 Examinations, scheduled to be held on 5 Dec, has been rescheduled in the two states. A revised datasheet for rescheduled examination will be uploaded later. pic.twitter.com/192qHetRi6— ANI (@ANI) December 3, 2021
#Jawad | Re-scheduling of entrance exam for MBA (IB) 2022-24 of Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, scheduled for 5th Dec, postponed in Vijayawada & Visakhapatnam (Andhra), Bhubaneswar, Sambalpur, Cuttack (Odisha) and Kolkata, Durgapur (WB). Revised date to be announced later. pic.twitter.com/qMD5981v8j— ANI (@ANI) December 3, 2021
Similarly, for the MBA (IB) 2022-24 of the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, the date of the entrance examination to be held on 5 December has been changed. According to the information, this examination has been postponed in Vijayawada and Visakhapatnam (Andhra), Bhubaneswar, Sambalpur, Cuttack (Odisha) and Kolkata, Durgapur (West Bengal). Revised date will be announced later.
Let us inform that before going out of the Bay of Bengal, the cyclonic storm is likely to reach some place in Puri district of Odisha. According to the probable path of the cyclone as told by the India Meteorological Department (IMD), it may knock on the Puri coast and return to the sea. With the arrival of the cyclone in the district, winds with a speed of 80 to 100 kmph are likely.
He said that after the cyclone touches the Odisha coast, there may be a gradual decrease in speed. There is also a possibility that the cyclone may change its course and not reach Odisha. It can pass only over the coastline and Puri can withstand its frictional impact.