Up to date: Could 23, 2020 5:23:32 am
At a time when universities are nonetheless undecided on the timing of their term-end examination, the 2 main pupil teams, Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) and Nationwide College students Union of India (NSUI), have taken an reverse stand on the problem.
The NSUI, backed by Congress, has urged universities to advertise all intermediate 12 months college students with out an examination and move all closing 12 months college students based mostly on their “previous efficiency with 10 per cent further marks”. The latter has been justified on the declare that “college students enhance their efficiency within the closing 12 months”. NSUI has submitted a memorandum to over 20 universities because the first week of March.
ABVP launched a Twitter marketing campaign Friday opposing NSUI’s stand and known as for universities to discover “totally different modes” of conducting the examination, as a substitute of selling everybody.
Nevertheless, the right-wing pupil group additionally warned towards on-line examination because it discriminates a piece of scholars with out entry to the web or digital gadget.
“We would like the establishments to evaluate college students by means of some type of examination, whether or not that occurs now or just a few months from now. The rationale why we’re insisting on that is that the business will likely be hesitant in using graduating college students who’ve been promoted with out an examination,” mentioned Nidhi Tripathi, Nationwide Normal Secretary, ABVP.
The College Grants Fee (UGC) has launched broad tips for universities and better training establishments on holding exams and it provides everybody the liberty to determine the mode of examination based mostly on their respective circumstances.
Delhi College, as an example, will maintain open guide examination on-line, a choice that has met with resistance from the scholar group since many don’t have sturdy web connectivity or a devoted digital gadget.
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