Students unhappy with UGC’s new guidelines

The final year examination as per revised guidelines would be conducted by the end of September this year across the nation. On Sunday 7 July, The University Grants Commission (UGC) released their new guidelines regarding the conduction of final year exams but students are unhappy with this. A day after UGC released its revised guidelines, students took to Twitter to protest against the conduct of the final year examination.

Students are unhappy with the revised guidelines of UGC. If they appear for the examination, have also raised questions on their protection against the coronavirus virus in this epidemic. On Twitter, students have also posted to cancel final year exams.

Students have tagged UGC, HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal in their tweets. Ruchi Gupta, AICC Secretary & National in-charge of NSUI in her tweet said, “This decision will lead to mindless extended uncertainty for no discernable benefit. If IIT Bombay can cancel final year exams and extrapolate from previous assessments, why can’t other universities? Education much more than exams and this narrow-minded view will endanger student health.”

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Lastly, according to the revised University Grants Commission (UGC), University may conduct the final year exam the last September.

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