Karnataka universities

Karnataka universities urged to provide degree exams for one month

Karnataka universities provide degree exams

The Vice- Chancellors of institutions Mr. G Kumar Naik is Additional Chief Secretary is the Department of Higher Education have been asked to take the call regarding postponing examinations since the syllabus is yet to be completed. The course couldn’t be completed within the timeframe since the offline classes were suspended due to COVID-19 third wave.

The Karnataka Government has request to the vice- chancellors of universities in the Karanataka state of consider defer the semester exam of degree programs by this month, citing COVID-19 third wave. On Wednesday the Vice- Chancellors of all the institutions have been asked to take the call regarding postponing exam since the syllabus is yet to be completed.

Some universities had already announced the schedule of semester exam but the commissioner of Department of Collegiate & Technical Education had written a letter asking to postpone the exam by the month in order to enable students to better prepare.

BC Nagesh, the Karnataka Minister of Primary and Secondary Education said that, I am happy that all the schools of Karnataka state are running properly and almost students have attended the classes, while only two to three girls went back. The Karnataka Government is waiting for the judgement of high court and it will be released then SOPs in this regard will be issued soon.

Degree Colleges Reopen from 16th February

All the degree colleges were closed for few days due to the row around Hijab protects in Karnataka state. But now, the government has given the permission for reopening the colleges across the state from 16th February. The reopening of colleges carried out amid strict security arrangements and ensure that all the students and staff members will able to attend class safely.  

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