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RGUHS postgraduate exams on July 14

by Team Edukeeda / 10 Jul 2020

The Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences decided to conduct its postgraduate examinations for medical, dental, and AYUSH courses on 14th July. The students who will appear for the exams do not have to travel much, they are already in the city or in the district. There is a provision of nearby centers that are not near the city. Theory papers will be conducted f ...(View More)

Source - The new Indian Express

Gujarat Technological University would conduct MCQ format examination

by Team Edukeeda / 10 Jul 2020

The Gujarat Technological University insists on conducting online and offline examinations in MCQ and OMR based paper. The online exams will be of 70 marks total, each question of one mark, which has to be completed in 70 minutes. The online exams would be conducted before 30th July. Provisions are made for students who do not have the facilities to appear for th ...(View More)

Source - The Times of India

No exams for final year students in Maharashtra

by Team Edukeeda / 10 Jul 2020

Maharashtra has decided to provide a degree to all final year university students without exams, including 3.9 lakh of them who have back papers. Despite the guidelines of UGC that mention conducting exams are mandatory by offline or online methods, Maharashtra states that the safety of students are the utmost priority. In order to ensure that the batch of 2020 can apply for ...(View More)

Source - The Times of India

Punjab CM requests PM to cancel examinations

by Team Edukeeda / 09 Jul 2020

Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh requests Prime Minister Narendra Modi to cancel the examinations of final year students of colleges and universities for the sake of students’ safety. The UGC released a notice mentioning that exams have to be conducted by the end of September, either offline or online or a hybrid of both. The secretary profess ...(View More)

Source - Live Mint

Online sessions for lower classes, violating SOPs

by Team Edukeeda / 09 Jul 2020

According to the state government of Maharashtra, guidelines were published for the regulations of online learning, which stated that schools are advised not to conduct online classes for students up to class 2. Some private schools are still conducting online sessions with children, which are not mandatory. But parents are joining to ensure their children do not miss out on ...(View More)

Source - Hindustan Times

IAMAI encourages online education and requests the government to formalise it.

by Team Edukeeda / 09 Jul 2020

The Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) suggests the government and MHRD (Ministry of Human Resource Development) to encourage online learning that will transform the educational system and help lessen the digital divide in the country. IAMAI also suggested methods for affordable connectivity and accessibility. It also suggested all boards and universities shoul ...(View More)

Source - The Times of India

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