Uttar Pradesh Govt Issues guidelines for University Academic Session 2020-21. The Uttar Pradesh government has issued new guidelines about the beginning of the next academic session in the state universities. According to an official statement, the admission process to graduation classes will begin from September while classes for first-year graduates will begin from October 1. For post-graduation students, classes will begin from November 1. The university examinations for the academic session 2020-2021 will be held in March-April next year and the decision on the syllabus for all courses will be taken through a series of meetings within a month.
The committee headed by Meerut University Vice-Chancellor A.K. Taneja and comprising the Vice Chancellors of three more state universities has submitted its report recommending that exams should be canceled. Earlier, the MHA issued guidelines that read, “Schools, colleges, educational and coaching institutions will remain closed till 31 July, 2020. Online/distance learning shall continue to be permitted and shall be encouraged.”
The classes and examinations in all the state-run universities have been delayed due to the pandemic and lockdown. Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma whole is also the Education Minister stated that a zero session will not be declared and the government will find ways to make up for the lost time.
The Uttar Pradesh Board is also reported to be considering reducing the syllabus for the next academic year given the lockdown situation in the state. With the schools being closed, the academic calendar has been delayed which is why the board has resorted to reducing the syllabus for the next academic year as a one time measure.
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