New Delhi, July 6
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Monday allowed universities and different educational establishments to conduct examinations in the course of the ongoing ‘Unlock 2’ section.
In an announcement, the MHA mentioned it has despatched a letter to the Union Higher Education Secretary allowing universities and establishments to conduct examinations.
“The final-term examinations are to be compulsorily conducted as per the UGC guidelines on examinations and academic calendar for the universities and as per the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) approved by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare,” the assertion mentioned.
Various examinations performed by universities and better training establishments within the nation have been suspended since March in the course of the coronavirus-induced lockdown which first started on March 25.
Since June 1, the federal government has introduced ‘Unlock 1’ for a month and once more from July 1 ‘Unlock 2’ for one more month.
A bunch of actions have been allowed to function in the course of the ‘Unlock’ phases in all areas, barring containment zones.
However, common functioning of faculties, faculties, universities and different educational establishments stay suspended. PTI