Supreme Court declines to Pass Interim Order on UGC Guidelines – Postpones the Hearing till August 10. The Supreme Court has postponed the hearing on University Grants Commission’s, UGC guidelines on Final year Exams till August 10, 2020. UGC is continuously asking Universities to conduct final year exams by September end. Follow us to get daily updates.
SC Order on UGC Guidelines:
Supreme Court adjourns the hearing and refuses to pass any interim order. SG Mehta has been asked to make MHAs stand clear. Affidavits to be filed by August 7. Rejoinders after a day post-August 7. Matter to be heard next on August 10.
“if any student is unable to appear for the exam conducted till September 30, they would be given another chance to appear at a specially conducted exam at a later date so that the student is not put to any inconvenience or disadvantage” as per UGC’ s Guidelines.
States Cancelling Final Year Exams:
Students across the country are demanding cancellation of the exams as there are many students who won’t be able to sit for online exams because of various situations including the floods in several states. Maharashtra and Delhi governments have announced cancelling the final year examinations of state universities. But UGC instruct all universities to conduct final year exams.
UGC in its guidelines issued on July 6 had said that the final year examination is not optional for universities and either offline or online exam or a mix of both has to conducted for grading students in the final year. The Commission had said that examination contributes to “merit, lifelong credibility, scholarships, awards, placements, and better future prospects”.
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