Nagpur University offline semester exams 2022 put on hold, check details

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Updated on Apr 28, 2022 14:04 IST

The varsity will continue to accept the examination forms from colleges as per the stipulated dates. Nagpur University will conduct the practical exams in offline mode at the college level from May 2.

Nagpur University offline semester exams 2022 put on hold, check details

Nagpur University offline semester exams 2022 put on hold, check details

Nagpur University Examination 2022: The Nagpur University administration has announced that it has decided to withhold its timetable for the online examination, which was scheduled to be held from May 17. However, the varsity will continue to accept the examination forms from colleges as per the stipulated dates.

Nagpur University will conduct the practical exams in offline mode at the college level from May 2. “I had a detailed meeting with vice-chancellor Subhash Chaudhari and other top officials wherein it was decided to wait for the government’s official notification. We have decided to keep May 17 online theory exam on hold till then. Like other universities, we need to abide by the government decision,” NU board of examination and evaluation (BOEE) director Prafulla Sable told TOI.

Higher education minister Uday Samant had told the English daily that the minutes of the vice-chancellors’ meeting during which the decision to conduct online papers was taken is now ready. NU officials said though the minutes were ready, those were yet to be signed by the minister after which a proper notification having detailed guidelines about the offline exams would be issued.
The notification would be applicable for all government-run universities in Maharashtra, except autonomous colleges, TOI reported.

“We had already started preparations and also started identifying new exam centres. Even after deciding to cancel offline exams last week, our question paperwork is continuing as these could be used in winter exams,” Sable said.

"The only issue with the offline mode of exam is the results will be delayed. Final-year and postgraduate student's examinations will be conducted on a priority basis so that they can apply for jobs or higher studies," he added. 

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