West Bengal: Government Never Said We Are Not In The Favor Of Conducting Final Year Exams – On Friday, the education minister of West Bengal Mr. Partha Chatterjee said that West Bengal state is never aginst to conduct the final year semester examination. But we said that exams should be conducted when the situation is under control or normalize.
He said that the Government in fact previously told the Center and UGC that conduct final year examination once this pandemic is under control and situation is normalizing.
Mr. Partha Chatterjee also told that the state government will discuss this situation state universities and vice-chancellors after going through the orders issued by the Supreme Court. Well, universities can’t promote students without taking the final examination.
The West Bengal State government urged the UGC in July to go ahead with the decision to mandatory hold the final year semester exams in universities and in colleges.
And according to guidelines of UGC the universities and the colleges should has to conduct final year exams by September 30. But recently the situation is very bad in India due to this pandemic. That’s why everyone raising their voice to postpone final year examination.
Recently Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said that if schools will reopen in this pandemic the situation will be more bad in this crisis.
Many states are conducting final year exams next month. And recently the court also announced that exams will not be postponed. West Bengal: Government Never Said We Are Not In The Favor Of Conducting Final Year Exams.
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