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No Final year Exams for Delhi Run State Universities.

No Final year Exams for Delhi Run State Universities.

The Delhi Govt has decided to cancel all exams even the final exams for all state government run universities in Delhi. Manish Sisodia said, conduction exams during the pancedmic is not feasible but students need to have their degrees to apply for jobs.

“These are extraordinary times and we need to have extraordinary decision”, said Sisodia. All university exams intermediate or final ones will be canceled and evaluation will pe performed based on previous year exams or internal assessment.

He showed concerns for the final year students, conduction exams in these times is not correct but students must have their degrees to apply for jobs.

He informed that this decision will only be applicable for the state government-run universities, however, the choice for the Central universities including Delhi University and Nehru University (JNU) are going to be taken by the Centre. Sisodia informed that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will write a letter to the Union government asking to cancel exams for the central universities too.

This is con to the choice of the University Grants Commission (UGC) which has asked colleges and universities to conduct the ultimate year exams by September-end. As reported by The Indian Express earlier, other states including West Bengal , Odisha, Maharashtra, and Punjab have also objected to the UGC’s guidelines and expressed their inability to comply.

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