How can exams be held if faculties, schools shut: Maharashtra minister

Mumbai, August 30

Maharashtra minister Uday Samant on Sunday stated though the Centre’s Unlock pointers say that faculties and schools will stay shut until September 30, the UGC needs the final-year exams to be carried out by that point.

Upholding the UGC determination to conduct final-year examinations, the Supreme Court had on Friday stated these college students can’t be promoted with out exams.

“How can examinations be held by September 30 if schools and colleges are closed. What exactly should the state governments and students do?” Samant stated in a tweet.

The Higher and Technical Education Minister stated the committee of vice chancellors, which met on Sunday, will submit its report back to the state authorities on Monday.

The minister had on Saturday stated {that a} six-member committee headed by Dr Suhas Pednekar, vice chancellor of Mumbai University, has been shaped to offer suggestions about conduct examinations.

The Union Home Ministry on Saturday issued Unlock four pointers, as per which, faculties, schools and different instructional and training establishments will stay closed for college kids until September 30, with some relaxations for college kids of courses 9 to 12. — PTI



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