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UGC decides to conduct examination for graduate students by the End September

UGC decides to conduct examination for graduate students by the End September
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UGC Guidelines for University Exams 2020: In a meeting held Monday, the higher education regulator decided to advise universities and colleges to conduct final semester exams by September-end

UGC Guidelines for University Exams 2020: The University Grants Commission (UGC) will not recommend cancellation of the final semester (or final-year) examination, the higher education regulator decided in a meeting held Monday.

Universities and colleges will be advised to assess the graduating batch through an examination conducted in either online or offline or blended mode. The regulator also decided to tweak its indicative alternate calendar and advise institutions to hold exams for them by September-end.

Education Minister Dr Ashwathnarayan Say Degree Semester Exams Can Be Shift To As Annual Exams.

“For students who cannot appear for the final semester or final year exam, the universities will hold a special exam after September. And those who could not pass the exam will also be allowed to improve,” said an officer, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.

Since the guidelines were based on the recommendations of a committee headed by Haryana Central University vice-chancellor RC Kuhad, the higher education regulator referred HRD Ministry’s request back to the panel for review. Monday’s decisions were also based on Kuhad committee’s suggestions

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UGC Guidelines Released for Semester Exam 2020: Finally, the University Grants Commission has released the UGC Guidelines for the pending Final Semester Exams 2020. According to the highlights of the commission meeting held today i.e. 6th July 2020, the pending University / college exams for Final Year Students has been made compulsory or mandatory for all the students. Moreover, universities and higher education institutions have been provided time until end of September 2020 to hold the exams. Prior to the release of the UGC Guidelines for Semester Exams, Home Ministry issued a letter to the Education Secretary permitting holding of the pending University and College Exams across the country amid the COVID-19 restrictions.

UGC decides to conduct examination for graduate students

STUDENTS MAY APPEAR FOR SPECIAL EXAMS AS AN ALTERNATIVE

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Exams of final year students will be conducted in the month of September in offline/online mode or in blended mode. It is compulsory for students who have a backlog to be evaluated on the basis of online/ offline or blended exams. Those students who would not be able to appear for DU exams in the month of September due to some reasons will be given an opportunity to appear for special exams. Those exams shall be given by the students as or when it is suitable to them so that students are not being put into any disadvantage or inconvenience. This decision taken by the special committee is only applicable to the academic session 2019-20. This is a one-time decision. UGC declared that decision of intermediate students shall remain unchanged. If some relevant information is to be issued for the Academic calendar, it will be issued separately.

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