A well-liked ladies’ school in West Nagpur issued a round for students from BA, BCom, BSc and postgraduate programs, asking them to gather and fill up exam forms in the faculty. A replica of the round despatched by the students to TOI clearly states that these in fourth and sixth semesters want to fill up forms and likewise carry their earlier marksheets.
After TOI despatched a replica of the round to vice chancellor Subhash Chaudhari and Board of Examinations and Evluation (BOEE) director Prafulla Sable, the fearful students and their mother and father lastly acquired reduction.
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“When I called the principal, it came to fore that the college registrar had issued that circular. He cited the reason that hardcopy of previous semester marksheet has to be collected and attached to the exam forms. But when I told them to avoid calling students to college campuse in view of spike in cases, they withdrew the circular,” Chaudhari advised TOI.
TOI had on May 1 highlighted how some NU colleges have been asking students to seem for offline exams, at the same time as authorities had directed all varsities to conduct on-line exams solely.
Soon after VC’s censure, the faculty principal issued a discover to all students on WhatsApp, asking them to fill up exam forms in on-line format solely and even make the cost by means of apps or web banking. It was additionally clarified that they don’t want to submit marksheets of earlier exams.
“Due to the ongoing pandemic situation, all senior college, undergraduate and postgraduate students are informed not to visit the college in person for submission of exam forms for Summer-2021. Online payment for exam should be paid on or before May 15. Also note that exam forms of only those students who have done online payment will be filled up and forwarded by college office to the university,” the principal’s message talked about.
The VC added that NU had already despatched directions to all colleges not to invite students to campuses in view of pandemic and likewise due to restrictions in power. “Their management didn’t read the instructions carefully. They should understand the gravity of the situation. Even during the recent meeting with the principal’s forum, we had issued similar instructions not to invite students to colleges for any purpose,” Chaudhari stated.