Madhya Pradesh UG, PG Exams to be Held via Open Book Mode In September!!

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Madhya Pradesh UG, PG Exams to be Held via Open Book Mode In September!!
Madhya Pradesh UG, PG Exams to be Held via Open Book Mode In September!!

Madhya Pradesh UG, PG Exams to be Held via Open Book Mode in September. In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Madhya Pradesh authorities on Monday determined to carry final- yr commencement and fourth-semester post-graduation examinations by way of ‘open guide system’ in September with college student’s writing papers at their houses, an official stated. Beneath the open guide mode of examination, college students, whereas sitting at residence, can consult with books or notes to put in writing solutions to questions.

The official stated

The choice will be certain that as many 5.71 lakh college students are capable of write their final-year commencement and post-graduation fourth semester examinations from security of their houses,thereby minimizing the danger of an infection,.

Apart from, college students may submit their answer-sheets by put up or electronic mail, the official stated.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said

He stated Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan took the choice on the hospital the place he’s recovering from the COVID-19 an infection. These college students might be given login IDs, he stated.

After writing their examination at residence, college students need to submit their answer-sheets at assortment centres which might be arranged throughout the state in giant numbers, he added.

He stated outcomes of those examinations, which are able to comprise 50 per cent weightage marks of earlier years, might be introduced in October.

These closing examinations for the final educational yr (2019-20) couldn’t be performed because of the coronavirus outbreak and the next lockdown which was enforced in March-end.

Madhya Pradesh has recorded a fast rise in coronavirus instances in the previous few days.

On Monday, 789 new coronavirus instances had been reported, taking the statewide tally to 28,589, whereas the dying toll stood at 820.

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