WB University Exams 2020. West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar would be talking to the MHRD regarding the final exams in the state universities. West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on Monday said the state government informed him why conducting the final semester examinations by September as recommended by the Centre is not possible in the prevailing COVID-19 situation, and he would take up the matter with the Union HRD minister.
On July 6, the UGC tweaked its alternative calendar and advised colleges and universities to assess the graduating batch through an examination conducted in either online or offline or blended mode by September-end. After meeting the Governor, Chatterjee said, “Under this current crisis, we don’t want to put lives of our students in danger.
We have told the Governor that we will follow the earlier advisory of the UGC based on which all universities have decided not to hold physical examinations. We have prayed before the Governor to convey our decision to the UGC and MHRD.” Objecting to the July 6 advisory of the Centre asking universities and other institutes to compulsorily conduct final year examinations by September-end, the state government two days ago sent a letter to the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) to “re-examine the matter in the interest of physical and mental well-being of students”.
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