Aditya from Rajasthan appeared for several competitive exams, only clearing the UPSC on his fourth attempt in 2017. He is now assistant SP in Sangrur.
The UGC issued a statement on the status of final exams after seeking responses from central, state and private universities.
Guidelines prepared by NCERT and issued by the HRD Ministry list three modes of learning — online, partially online and offline.
The bench was informed by the varsity that the students left out of online exams will be given an opportunity to appear in physical examinations in September.
CBSE said it has decided to not call students ‘fail’ on mark-sheets, but refer it as ‘essential repeat’. Optional exams will be conducted for students not satisfied with their results.
Higher Education Minister Tripti Rajinder Singh Bajwa said many colleges and university buildings are being used as medical camps and quarantine centres.
Congress, through NSUI, launched its #SpeakUpForStudents initiative, with Rahul Gandhi appealing to UGC to follow IIT's lead and cancel exams.
CBSE officials say they’re calculating results on the basis of an evaluation scheme this year and, therefore, coming up with a merit list makes no sense in such a situation.
Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said the state universities have been asked to promote their students and award them degrees adopting some methodology of evaluation.