The University Grants Commission (UGC) has recently revealed that 603 out of 818 universities have either conducted the exam or are planning to conduct them.
Students across India are protesting against the decision to conduct final-year exams amid a coronovaire epidemic. However, as reported by a major news agency, the UGC has reported that 603 out of 818 universities in India have either conducted the examinations or are planning to conduct the examinations. A person is needed here to know about the UGC guidelines regarding examinations in India.
Universities were approached to inform status of conduct of examination. Response received from 755 Universities (120 Deemed, 274 Private, 40 Central & 321 State). Of these 194 have already conducted examination & 366 are planning to conduct examination in August/September: UGC pic.twitter.com/2BnxpzDtEv
— ANI (@ANI) July 18, 2020
755 universities respond to UGC
A news agency report claimed that universities across India were approached by the UGC to inform them of the status of their exams. The UGC received responses from 818 universities in India. Of the 818 universities, 121 are considered universities, 291 private universities, 51 central universities and 355 state universities. Talking about the examinations, the report states that out of these 818 universities in India, 603 universities have either conducted or are planning to conduct them. Responses were taken in the wake of the current COVID-19 epidemic in India.
New UGC Guidelines
On 6 July, the UGC issued new revised UGC Guidelines for educational institutions across India. The UGC guidelines were for conducting terminal semester and final year examinations. The UGC had earlier informed that 209 universities in India have already conducted their final year or final semester examination. The exam was conducted in online or offline mode. The report stated that 394 universities were planning to conduct the exam in August or September 2020 in offline or mixed mode. The UGC also stated that there are 35 universities, of which 27 are private universities, 7 are state universities and one is a deemed university. The first batch of students in these universities are eligible for the final examinations. New guidelines of the UGC were issued so that colleges, universities and other higher education institutions could conduct their final semester examination amid the current epidemic.
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