Sstudents will pass on the basis of previous examinations.
General promotion in MP: Bhopal Under the UGC announcement and government directives, the Higher Education Department has issued a new guideline for general promotion to UG first year, second year and second PG semester students. Universities have to prepare the exam results under the guidelines. Accordingly, their results will be released.
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These students will be given general promotion based on internal assessment and previous exam scores. It should be noted that about 11 lakh students of the state are to be given general promotion this time. This time the university has not been able to take the exam due to corona infection. In view of this, the government has issued a guideline for general promotion of UG in the first and second year.
The Higher Education Department has given admission to the upcoming class based on the previous year’s exam results and has conducted an internal assessment of the current semester for first, second year and postgraduate (PG) second semester examinations for undergraduate (UG) students.
The UG final year and PG fourth semester examinations will be conducted at the students’ home through an open book system. Therea all the exams will be held in September and the results will be announced in October. After getting the orders from the department, the university has started preparing its own time table.
UG final year and PG fourth semester students will prepare their registered or A-4 size page answerbook. In this, they will write their roll number, enrollment, college name and paper’s page number with their own hands. Only blue and black pens will be used when writing answers.
All universities will conduct examinations by the end of September and will release the results to all students by October. – Results of first year students will be prepared on the basis of 100 percent internal assessment. – The results of the second year and semester students will be 50 percent of the results of the previous year and will be prepared based on the internal assessment of the current year and semester.
A special examination will be held in November for students not appearing in the Open Book Examination.
Will be online exam
Rajiv Gandhi University of Technology will conduct the final semester examination till 24 August. Students entering second to seventh semester will be given general promotion and sent in the next semester. In the final semester, the examination of about 36 thousand students will start from 24 August, which will run till 31 August.
In the remaining second to seventh semesters, there are approximately one and a half million students in BE and BPharma, who will pass on the basis of internal assessment and previous year’s results. After the completion of theory exams, there will be an online practical on 4-9 November. Arrangements have been made to conduct the examinations safely and by UGC norms.
Students who will not appear in the online examination will be able to appear in the special examinations starting from 15 September. These examinations will run till 23 September. In addition, online classes for the third, fifth and seventh semesters will begin on August 17. Whereas the classes for students seeking admission in the upcoming session 2020-21 will start from October 15.
Copies of students studying in colleges will be submitted into schools
All universities will upload the login ID and question paper on the prescribed website. The college will send class and subject-wise papers to the registered mobile number and email ED of its students. In the open book examination system, candidates will write the answer book while staying at their place of residence. The student answer book has to be submitted to the collection center. These centers will be decided by the principal.
This would include higher secondary schools, high schools, private and government colleges. Students will be able to send answerbooks by college post and e-mail. The result will be declared 50 percent of the marks of previous years and 50 percent of marks in the final year of the Open Book Examination and the result of the semester of UG-PG. 5.71 lakh students will appear in the final year undergraduate and postgraduate fourth semester exams.