VIPS (Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies) is going to hold their internal as well as end semester examinations – all in a month, within a gap of only 11 days.
Students are not only perplexed but also led to a lot of questions about transportation and security amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Till now, there has been no indication that there is accurate removal of COVID-19 from our country, even when we are surging to an average of 70,000 cases per day.
In this circumstance , VIPS is affiliated with the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) and the latter informed that the internal examinations will be held from 12-16 October and then our intermediate end semester examinations from 27 October.
VIPS :DENYING THE BCI GUIDELINES
This notice by the college is in denial with the guidelines of the Bar Council of India (BCI), according to which, all pupils shall be promoted to the following sembased onsis of the previous year’s performance and the internal examination of this year.
Later, it also notifies no physical examinations are to be held till the colleges are re-opened. And the COVID-19 pandemic no longer exists. Now, students have also filed a petition in the Delhi High Court regarding the problem.
Moreover, it’s a note that in the case that was filed in the Supreme Court, Praneet VS UGC, the court asserted that the internal examinations of final-year students are very significant. However, they cannot be calculated on the same standard as the end-term exams for intermediate students.
Another concern is that VIPS incorporates a huge chunk of students who do not live in Delhi and had returned to their hometowns during the pandemic. The struggle commences when we have to book our tickets and plan our trip accordingly.
Students are also annoyed as a huge number of them have written representations to the college about their concerns but there has not been any response yet.