- Sept. 19, 2020
-- In mind of drift between governments and oppositions in several states, the government of Rajasthan has planned to conduct offline exams for all the final year students in the state institutions from the month of September. CM Gehlot chaired a high-level meeting at his residence in Jaipur. The government has said that as proposed by the UGC and the Supreme Court, the examinations will be conducted offline in order to keep the authentication and credibility of degrees provided to the exam qualifiers. CM has instructed the concerned authorities to issue detailed guidelines related to the exams.
CM has also announced that universities shall conduct special exams for those who may not appear at the exams due to the circumstances of the COVID-19
. Senior ministers and officials were present in the meeting including Bhanwar Singh Bhati, Minister for Higher Education (Independent Charge) along with Dr. Subhash Garg, Minister of Technical Education (independent charge) and Shuchi Sharma, IAS, Secretary, Higher & Technical Education.
The University of Rajasthan is all set to conduct examinations for final year students from 18th September 2020. The government has instructed to conduct exams within 1.30 to 2 hrs and there shall be no boundation to attempt questions from each section. More than 6 lacs students will appear in the final year exams of the university. Although the university has not released any exam schedule till now, the government has planned to release the complete guidelines as soon as possible.
Although student unions are not satisfied with the decision saying that this may risk the lives of lacs of students by calling them to the exams centres when there are thousands of cases coming everyday in the state of Rajasthan alone. Meanwhile, the union government has organized NEET examinations across the nation.For More Info Visit: https://www.nationalduniya.org/category/rajasthan