Wednesday, 12 August 2020

ANU Postpone of PG & Professional Course Exams Scheduled in Aug 2020 to Sep 2020


 ANU Postpone of PG and Professional Course Exams Scheduled in Aug 2020 to Sep 2020: The PG and other exams scheduled from 17th August 2020 are rescheduled to Sept 2020.

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Final-year exams to be held at year-end

The HRD Parliamentary Standing Committee meeting was held on Monday, August 10, and as per sources, it has been decided that there would be no zero year in colleges this year. This means that final-year exams will be held at the end of the year.

Also, no final plan has been made yet regarding reopening schools. Any decision taken would be done on the consultation of states.

Meanwhile, Maharashtra and Delhi have refused to conduct final-year exams due to the high concentration of Covid-19 cases in the states.

Regarding online classes in schools, a suggestion calling for no online classes up to class 3 has been given at the meeting

As per the suggestion placed, there should be limited online classes for classes 3 to 7 and full online classes for classes 8 and above.

Supreme Court hears pleas against UGC final-year exams by Sept-end: Final decision at next hearing on August 14

 The Supreme Court today heard the pleas against the UGC guidelines making it mandatory for final year exams to be held by September 30. Though the final decision on the matter was supposed to be out today, the SC has now sought clarification on whether the Disaster Management Act can override the UGC's notification.

The next hearing on the University Grants Commission’s directives for final-year exams is scheduled for August 14, 2020.

Thousands of college and university students across India are waiting for the final word from SC on this issue.

Questioning the legality of the UGC guidelines

Advocate Alakh Alok Srivastava, appearing on behalf of the 31 students who had filed one of the petitions being heard by SC, questioned the legality of the UGC guidelines today.

He said that though Delhi and Maharashtra had been asked to reply about holding the final-year exams amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, their main concern was the legality of the UGC guidelines.

Solicitor General Tushar Mehta appearing for UGC asked how the states could cancel the final-year exams and ask UGC to confer degrees when it is the only body to confer degrees.

What happened at the SC hearing today?

The solicitor general had in the last hearing asked for the stand of MHA to be informed latest by Monday. He had also said that shouldn’t be under the impression that they shouldn’t prepare for the final-year exams and should continue studying.

 ANU Postpone of PG and Professional Course Exams Scheduled in Aug 2020 to Sep 2020



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