On Friday, Aligarh Muslim University, or AMU announced that University is going to postpone all end-semester examinations scheduled in July until further notice. The exams are postponed by Aligarh Muslim University in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic and pending UGC guidelines regarding the exams.
Aligarh Muslim University, in an official notification, declared that for session 2019-20, all exams including backlog/arrear papers of final year/semester students, which are scheduled the month of July are postponed till further declarations.
The University added that Further choice on the issue will be conveyed considering the rule/guidelines advised by the government of India/UGC on the issue.
Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’, HRD Minister on June 24, asked UGC to revise the guidelines respecting COVID-19 and the examination conduction which the commission had released in April. The committee has already submitted its suggestions but currently, no fresh guidelines have been officially published yet.
Delhi University (DU) was the first to think of an open book test for final year students. The University had confronted analysis with students and guardians calling attention to the inconsistent access to online offices for endeavoring the examination.
DU instructors had even kept in touch with the UGC requesting that they think of a speedy decision on the rules on the direct of examination to alleviate the psychological and physical prosperity of the students.
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