Weeks after examinations of the Institute of Distance and Open Learning (IDOL) had been disrupted and finally postponed due to technical glitches, the Maharashtra training division has determined to represent a fact-finding committee with technical specialists to look into the matter.
In a press convention held nearly on Saturday, Maharashtra minister for increased and technical training Uday Samant acknowledged that the incident of the primary week of October that left hundreds of scholars from IDOL anxious and unable to seem for his or her closing yr exams left college students extra confused.
“Students who were already stressed about examinations were put under more stress due to the technical errors and will now have to re-appear for all examination. Such issues cannot be ignored, and the fact-finding committee will delve deep into this issue and present a report on the same at the earliest,” mentioned Samant.
He added that the committee will deliver collectively two training director stage officers together with a technical professional and the committee will probably be prepared to begin work by November 10. “This committee will submit a report based on their findings within one month,” he added.
In the primary week of October, after suspending three examinations inside every week for college students of the gap training wing of University of Mumbai introduced postponement of all IDOL exams. Close to 9,000 TYBCom and TYBA college students couldn’t try their paper on three consecutive days due to “technical glitches”. The college lastly blacklisted the earlier service supplier, Little MORE Innovation Labs and changed it with a brand new exam software program firm to conduct the exams once more.
Samant additional highlighted that primarily based on the report submitted by the fact-finding committee, it’ll even be determined whether or not such firms ought to be blacklisted by all state universities sooner or later.
Meanwhile, all state universities have been requested to not solely end announcement of outcomes by the second week of November but additionally make sure that marksheets of scholars are launched by the tip of November.
In a gathering held between the state minister of upper and technical training Uday Samant together with vice chancellors of all state universities on Friday, it was determined to form two separate professional committees—one to talk about the implementation of the National Education Policy (NEP) and one other to recommend amendments to the Maharashtra Public Universities Act (2016). “These committees will get to work immediately and they have been asked to submit their reports to the government within a month’s time,” mentioned Samant.