On Friday the University Grants Commission (UGC) notified the top court, Students should proceed with their preparation for the last-year examinations planned to be held by the edge of September 30 and ought not to harbor any error that the SC will wait for them.

UGC was safeguarding its July 6 order asking colleges the nation over to hold last year or last semester examinations before the finish of September.

Solicitor general Tushar Mehta, appearing for UGC, explained that his solicitation is that no one ought to stay under the impression the last examinations most important tests will have stayed on the grounds that the Supreme Court is hearing the case. Understudies should keep on preparing for the tests

The Supreme Court was hearing a clump of petitions by a few understudies and associations testing the rules gave by UGC on July 6 to hold last year’s assessments by September 30.

An understudy who was seen as Covid-19 positive was one of the solicitors, requesting the exams to be dropped taking into account the pandemic. The Shiv Sena’s youth wing, Yuva Sena, was additionally a candidate under the watchful eye of the Court.

The solicitors have asked the zenith court to consider rejecting on the online/offline tests, and rather direct UGC to pronounce results by July 31 dependent on understudies’ past performance or internal assessment.

On Friday, during the hearing of the case senior direction Abhishek Manu Singhvi, showing up for the candidates, said the conditions of Maharashtra and Delhi have just chosen to drop last year tests considering the Covid-19 circumstance.

On Thursday, The UGC, as well, featured this reality in its testimony documented under the steady gaze of the top court expressing that the choice by the two states was in opposition to the UGC rules. The seat headed by justice Ashok Bhushan requested that Maharashtra and Delhi present their reaction to the equivalent. The case will be taken ready for hearing next on August 10.

The UGC affidavit expressed that all colleges/ universities in the nation are committed to direct terminal semester/last year examination before the finish of September 2020. The UGC took the choice to ensure the academic future of understudies the nation over while additionally remembering their wellbeing and security.

UGC likewise presented that its rules were given dependent on the proposals by a specialist council headed by the Central University of Haryana VC Kuhad.




  1. There are other states too where the covid cases are increasing every day from 300-400 cases please have a check at every state not only Maharashtra n Delhi there are other students too

  2. I am b a final year student of pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Shekhawati University, Sikar Rajasthan.At present
    I am in Ahmedabad Gujarat.Both cities Ahmedabad and Sikar are hot spot of covid-19.How can I manage to reach my examination centre, which is forty km away from my village Nechhawa.Means of transportation are not regular till date.There are hundreds of students like me.Will the UGC take the responsibility of all these students health?


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