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Within 2 Days UGC Going To Issue Revised Guidelines For Examinations

Within 2 Days UGC Going To Issue Revised Guidelines For Examinations
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“When will UGC issue new guidelines,” social media is abuzz with this question as students yearn for clarity on their examinations. While some states have decided against the holding of exams, uncertainty is looming large over others as the University Grants Commission is yet to issue an official communication in this regard. Students are expecting a uniform decision on final year assessment. Recently, Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank had also asked the UGC to “revisit” its guidelines on conducting exams and the next academic calendar amid rising COVID-19 cases. The foundation for revisited guidelines shall be health and safety of students, the minister had highlighted. The guidelines, however, haven’t been issued till date. Until when will students wait?

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New UGC guidelines will be released within 1-2 days, sources have confirmed to Bustudymate.in. This would end the wait of lakhs of students who are in a cliffhanger-like situation. Back in April, the higher education regulator had issued a set of guidelines that said fresh admissions were to be completed in August and classes scheduled to begin in September. The guidelines allowed universities to choose their modes of examinations.

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Unlock-2.0 has started in the country and now the new academic session is likely to be postponed till October. The Commission was earlier expected to issue the guidelines on July 02, but now an official announcement is likely to be made today. In view of the spread of corona infection, students across the country are demanding cancellation of the examinations and keeping an eye on the instructions of the UGC. Students stay with us to keep up with the latest information.

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