Last updated on August 12th, 2020 at 01:20 am
The University Grand Commission (UGC) has decided not to cancel the final year exams of graduation/post-graduation. The Commission has accepted that examinations should be conducted online or offline, in any possible way, to issue the results. The Union Home Ministry today wrote a letter to the Higher Education Secretary, to approve the final year examinations of the college, university Has given The letter said that it is necessary to conduct examinations to prepare the results of colleges.
New guidelines for the final year or semester examinations of various courses in Universities, Colleges, Deemed Universities, Colleges and other Higher Education Institutions have been issued by the University Grants Commission (UGC) today. It has been made mandatory to conduct the examinations of the year. However, before the UGC guidelines came, many universities had decided on the exam on their own level, while many universities and colleges were waiting for the UGC guidelines for the final year and semester exam.
The UGC has revisited its earlier guidelines related to university examinations.
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— Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) July 6, 2020
- As per the guidelines issued by the UGC, the examinations can be conducted by the end of September. Institutions will also be free to conduct examinations through online mode.
- As per the UGC guidelines, higher education institutions will be required to conduct final year examinations. However, universities/colleges will be able to conduct examinations through online mode.
- The University Grand Commission (UGC) has decided not to cancel the final year exams of graduation / post-graduation. The Commission has accepted that examinations should be conducted online or offline, in any possible way, to issue results.