AMU Plans To Hold Final Exams

The Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) is planning to the hold final year exams. Delhi University has confirmed Open Book Examination (OBE). Though, the DU teacher’s association and stdudents are against OBE, AMU proposed to either follow DU or go for online exams.

AMU plans to conduct final year exams
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Moreover, the exams will be held for final year udergraduate and posgraduate students. Additionally, the backlog exams for these students will also take place. This decision was declared after meeting by examination committe. The meeting was held on 30th May.The notice was then made available to the AMU deans and head of departments (HOD’S). Considering the situation, the university is still deciding on the mode for the exams.

The notice further informed that alternative options may be considered to hold the exams, if situation doesn’t improve. These maybe online , or OBE. Earlier, DU came up with tentative datesheet for the OBE. It was declared by both teachers and students as anti-student move. AMU released the notice on its official website, thereby informing the students regarding the decision.

AMU earlier declared that exams will be held from July 1. However, the final decision would be announced 20 days before the dates of exams. The decision will be taken considering the situation at that very time.

It is no surprise that students are confused. While students are facing problems, the university decides to hold exams.

Various Universities and Colleges Are Not Taking Final Exams.While the Maharashtra Govt. cancels all final year exams, DU and AMU are on the verge of taking them. Furthermore, other prestigious institutes have also decided to not take the final year exams. IIT Bombay, IIT Roorkee are not taking the exams. Henceforth, the decision of these universities will be importants.

While the final mode of exam of AMU is still not decided, DU released the tentative datesheets for final year students for Open Book Exams. The tentative datesheet shows DU conducting exams from July 1. The students now awaits the decision from their respective universities.

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