The government of Uttar Pradesh said on Tuesday that only final year exams will be held in undergraduate courses, as it has issued guidelines for annual and semester exams at public and private universities for the 2020 academic year. -21 who has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma, who also holds the higher education portfolio, said that at universities, where first-year undergraduate course exams have not been held, students will be promoted to second year.
However, based on the second year exams in 2022, the grades for their first year will be decided.
For sophomores, who took the freshman exams in 2020, their grades can be determined based on the score of the first year, and therefore, they can be promoted to third year, he said. in a press release.
Exams for third-year students will be held, he said without giving details.
Sharma said guidelines have also been issued for postgraduate and semester course exams.
There will be no practical tests and marks will be awarded on the basis of theoretical exams.
Oral exams (viva voce), if necessary, will be conducted online.
The examination system will be simplified at the university level and the results will be announced by August 31, Sharma said in the statement.
The 2021-22 academic session will start from September 13, 2021, he said.
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