The examination will be conducted under strict COVID-19 protocol in which about 60,000 candidates from across the state will be present.
Speaking to TAI, the Vice Chancellor, Prof. C.M. Singh said, “We will increase the number of examination centers to ensure proper distance standards for students coming to take part in the examination.”
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For the convenience of students, all the papers of the given subject will be included in a single question paper and it will be based on multiple choice questions (MCQ). He added that students have to answer in the answer sheets of OMR provided to them.
The VC said students in degree and postgraduate courses will have one hour to answer questions while students in diploma and certificate courses will have one hour to do so.
The VC said that in addition to final year and final semester students, students who were awarded in the first year and first semester or intermediate semester last year will also be required to appear for the examination this time.
“We have asked all the centers to be transparent in their operations, especially in terms of conducting examinations and the university will be transparent in allocating examination centers for the upcoming examinations,” said Professor Singh.
Prof. Singh said that the university will soon convene its examination committee meetings and finalize the examination schedule and other aspects related to the examinations.
All students have been given a final opportunity to complete and submit their assignments before the exam, she said.