Registration for Yasasvi entrance test rescheduled


Imphal: A notification issued by the Directorate of OBC and SC, Manipur, informs that all OBC, EBC and DNT students of top class schools of the state that the ministry of social justice and empowerment has extended the last date of registration for Yasasvi entrance test (TET), 2022.

The new examination schedule for YET, 2022 says registration will be re-opened from September, 1 to 11. Correction of window will be started on September 12 to 14. Admit Cards will be displayed on September 20 and examination will be conducted on September 25.

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Candidates are advised to be in touch with the NTA website for updates regarding the examination. For any clarification, candidates can call NTA Help Desk at 01140759000 or 01106922, the notification said.

​Another notification issued by the Directorate for Welfare of OBC and SC informed to all SC applicants who have applied for availing assistance for Agriculture Knapsack Spayer, Fish Fingerling, Poultry and Carpentry Tools under Income Generating Activity (IGA) Scheme under Special Central Assistance to Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan (SCA to SCSP) for the years 2019-20 and 2020-21, to submit the documents if not submitted at the time of submission of application forms along with the receipt issued by the office.

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​The documents to be submitted are Aadhaar Card (compulsory) Electoral Roll copy/Epic card, SC certificate issued by competent authority (compulsory), differently abled, proof/certificate from competent authority (if applicable), income certificate/BPL card issued by competent authority (compulsory) and HIV patient proof/certificate (if applicable).

​The last date for submission of required documents is September 12. Documents submitted after the last date will not be entertained. For more details, scheme officer (SCA to SCSP) may be contacted during office hours, the notification said.


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