IIT Bhubaneswar conducts End-Semester Exams through Online Mode

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IIT Bhubaneswar conducts End-Semester Exams through Online Mode
IIT Bhubaneswar conducts End-Semester Exams through Online Mode

IIT Bhubaneswar conducts End-Semester Exams through Online Mode. IIT Bhubaneswar conducted the End-semester examinations in the normal comprehensive way as per its standards, very successfully, in on-line mode from 24th to 30th June 2020 for its final year subjects. According to reports shared by IIT Bhubaneswar, 167 MTech students, 206 BTech students, 75 MSc students, 42 PhD students and 36 dual degree students participated in the exams. Follow us to get daily updates.

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About IIT Bhubaneswar conducts End-Semester Exams 2020:

Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar (IIT Bhubaneswar or IIT BBS) is a public technical and research university established by the government of India in 2008, located at Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India. It is one of the eight new Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) established by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India under The Institutes of Technology (Amendment) Act, 2011 which establishes the eight new IITs as well as declares IT-BHU as Indian Institute of Technology.

As conducting offline exam is not possible amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, IIT Bhubaneswar decided to conduct online exams for the end semester. The IIT Bhubaneswar final semester exams are conducted from June 24. The first exam was scheduled from June 24, 2020 and the second one is scheduled during July-end or first week of August.

According to reports there are 526 final-year students including a fraction of others who registered for the final year courses participated in the examination and 167 MTech students, 206 BTech students, 75 MSc students, 42 PhD students and 36 dual degree students participated in the exams.

Dr. PR Sahu, Dean (academic) said, “The examinations could be held without any compromise on the regulations despite the pandemic situation. The one change made is that the duration of the online End-sem exam is reduced to 2hrs from the usual 3hrs and accordingly the weightage to 40% in place of 50%, as recommended by our Senate”.

“Holding of the examinations in the new system was a challenge and putting it in to practice and holding the examinations of the institute with the same effectiveness as conventional examinations have given us a rewarding experience”, said Dr. Rajan Jha, the Prof-in-charge, Examinations.

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