Published: April 27, 2020 5:05:09 pm
The Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has began conducting mid-semester exams digitally. The JNU vice-chancellor took to Twitter to congratulate the varsity for a similar. The exams shall be held until May 4.
“In order to complete the academic requirements for the MSc and MPhil/PhD degrees, the School of Environmental Sciences, JNU has started the mid-semester exams using digital means from today until May 4, 2020. Way to go,” the VC wrote on his private Twitter deal with.
In order to finish the educational necessities for the MSc and MPhil/PhD levels, the School of Environmental Sciences, JNU has began the mid-semester exams utilizing digital means from as we speak till May 4, 2020. Way to go…
— Mamidala Jagadesh Kumar (@mamidala90) April 27, 2020
The educational classes of the varsity are anticipated to stay shut as a result of lockdown brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. The lessons throughout India have been shut since March 16. Most of the universities and universities are conducting their lessons online. The varsity had earlier held digital workshops to train teachers in digital learning and teaching processes.
A report submitted to the vice-chancellor earlier had instructed that the summer season holidays must be cancelled and college students who wouldn’t be capable to give examinations for lack of internet connectivity should be allowed to submit their assignments with a grace period. However, there is no such thing as a readability on the extensions being supplied but.
As reported by The Indian Express earlier, the report additionally instructed that college students pursuing MPhil and PhD must be given relaxations in submitting their thesis based mostly on the UGC pointers.
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