University exams to be held online in September, recommends UGC

JAMMU, Apr 25 (Agencies): Much asked question about the fate of University academy sessions seems to have finally been answered by one of the UGC recommendations.
The academic sessions in higher educational institutes and universities according to a recommendation by UGC panel may commence from September instead of July. It also recommends online exam for universities wherever possible.
The panel was constructed to take note of the situation and come up with a solution regarding higher education in India.
One committee was formed to take note of the issues of academic loss and others to study online education and its effects on the education system of India in the time of lockdown due to pandemic.
The committee led by Vice-Chancellor of Haryana University, RC Kuhad was formed to look into the various ways of conducting exams in universities during the lockdown. The committee was also asked to work on an alternate academic calendar for universities. Another committee was formed to suggest measures to be taken so as to improve online education. This was led by the Vice-Chancellor of Indira Gandhi National Open University, IGNOU, Nageshwar Rao. The panels submitted their reports on Friday.

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