After the first wave of Corona passed, some colleges held class exams, but most of the classes were unable to hold exams.
In light of the ongoing corona outbreak, students will be advanced to the next classes without having to take the primary and semester exams in the academic year 2020-21. To encourage students, a committee of three Vice Chancellors has been appointed. The decision would be made at the government level based on the committee’s recommendations.
Abdul Samad, Special Secretary for Higher Education, issued the order. According to this, Prof. Alok Kumar Rai, Vice Chancellor of Lucknow University, Prof. Vinay Kumar Pathak, Chancellor of Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University, Kanpur, and Prof. Krishnapal Singh, Chancellor of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Ruhelkhand University Bareilly, have been included.The committee has been given a week to submit its findings. Please be advised that the exams for the third and fifth semesters of graduation were held prior to the second wave of the Corona outbreak, and the results of some of the exams have also been published.
Earlier, demand was raised.
University of Lucknow Because of the ongoing corona outbreak, the Uttar Pradesh government granted permission to students to skip the first semester of graduation and post-graduation exams. Due to the second wave of Corona transfers, graduation and post-graduation students in universities and degree colleges have been unable to complete their studies. Semester Examinations
Exams haven’t been held yet.
The majority of exams have not been conducted at LU. After the first wave of Corona passed, several colleges held class tests, but most of the classes were unable to hold them. Due to the lockdown, universities have not yet reopened. Nothing is certain about when the next door will open. For both schemes, the Vice-Committee Chancellor’s must make recommendations.