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Preparation for the examination in central universities by 30 September

Preparation for the examination in central universities by 30 September

The semester examinations in universities and colleges are to be completed by 30 September. These exams can be conducted online or offline according to the circumstances of each region and state. The UGC has issued this necessary guidelines to all universities. Most of the central universities across the country have started implementing the guidelines issued by the UGC.



 UGC said, 51 central universities have received positive response on the guidelines that have been rescheduled on July 6 for the university examination. Many of these Central Universities have completed the online examinations of the final year and the final semester, while the remaining Central Universities have assured to conduct such examinations before 30 September.




 On the guidelines issued by the UGC, Union Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said, "It is paramount for us to follow the principles of students' health, their safety, fairness and equal opportunity. Also, ensuring academic credibility, career opportunities and future progress of students globally also matters a lot in the education system.

So far, 818 universities have sent their replies to the UGC regarding the examinations. In their response, 209 different universities across the country said that they have successfully completed the examinations in their institutions as per the UGC guidelines.




 Apart from these, 394 different universities are preparing for the exam in August and September from online, offline and mixed resources. In the examination conducted by the university, if any student of the terminal semester final year is unable to appear, whatever the reason may be, he may be given the opportunity to sit in the special examinations for such course (s) question papers (question papers). is.


 Experts are divided on this decision taken by UGC. Dr. VS Negi, a member of the Executive Council of Delhi University, said, it is not appropriate for students to use the online examination without discussing with the elected representatives. Reflecting on this should work in the interest of the students. The way the Chancellor is implementing the decision is against the university rules. It is unfair to do this without discussing it in the Executive Council and the Academic Council.




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