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Today, the UGC (University Grants Commission) informed the Supreme Court that it has allowed the universities to conduct special exams whenever feasible for those students who cannot appear for the term-end exams in September.

Earlier, the UGC in its guidelines had asked all the universities to hold term-end exams mandatorily by September-end. This move has been opposed by Delhi and Maharashtra. They have issued a directive that the universities which are being run by the state will not hold term-end exams.

The UGC told Supreme Court all the institutions and the universities are obligated to conduct a final year or terminal semester exam by the end of September 2020. The UGC also added that the special examination can be held whenever feasible for students.

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A petition was filed in the Supreme Court by a group of students, including one COVID-affected student. Cancellation of exams was demanded by students as they claimed the “right to life.” The SC had asked a response from UGC in its last hearing.

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