AMU To Begin Instructing Via On-line Mode, Remaining Exams from August 5

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AMU To Begin Instructing Via On-line Mode, Remaining Exams from August 5
AMU To Begin Instructing Via On-line Mode, Remaining Exams from August 5

AMU To Begin Instructing Via On-line Mode, Remaining Exams from August 5. Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) will hold the final examinations (2019-20 academic session) for the remaining 30 percent marks of all the undergraduate and postgraduate students from August 5. The examinations will be held online through Viva Voce formats conforming to the Government of India guidelines on social distancing.

The decision was taken in a consultative meeting of the deans of faculties, principal of colleges and polytechnics and other functionaries of the university headed by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Tariq Mansoor. It was also decided in the meeting to start teaching for the academic year 2020-21 through the online mode.

The choice, the assertion mentioned, was taken in a consultative assembly of the deans of schools, principal of schools and polytechnics and different functionaries of the college headed by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Tariq Mansoor. It was additionally determined within the assembly to start out instructing for the tutorial yr 2020-21 via the web mode.

AMU has already evaluated 70 % marks for the ultimate yr examinations of undergraduate and postgraduate programs for the present session by numerous means, the assertion mentioned. The College Grants Fee or UGC, increased schooling regulator, has, in a revised notification launched lately, requested the universities and universities throughout the nation to conduct the ultimate yr examinations by September-end.

Amid the mounting pressure from the students and teacher organizations who are opposing the move to conduct the examinations as the COVID-19 cases increasing in the country, the UGC has today informed that 603 out of 818 universities have either conducted examinations or are planning to conduct them.

“Universities were approached to inform the status of the conduct of the examination. Response received from 818 Universities (121 Deemed Universities, 291 Private Universities, 51 Central Universities and 355 State Universities). Out of the 818 Universities, 603 Universities have either conducted the examination or are planning to conduct,” the UGC said.

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