Punjab To Delay Exit Examinations, Waiting For UGC Guidelines

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Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh Sunday reported deferment of exit class examinations in all colleges and affiliated colleges of the state till 15 July.

In a press release gave Sunday, the Chief Minister’s Office said an ultimate choice on this will be, in any case, subject to the new headings/rules expected to be given by the University Grants Commission (UGC) whenever.

The new arrangement of rules from the UGC is being finished by a board of trustees headed by R.C. Kuhad, Vice-Chancellor of the Central University in Haryana.

Conversing with ThePrint, Kuhad said the board of trustees will work during that time Sunday to conclude the rules. They will be made open soon, he included.

Union Minister for Human Resource Development Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank had a week ago requested that the UGC return to its rules concerning the lead of conclusive semester tests.

Colleges in Punjab had chosen to lead tests of exit classes in July, following the UGC rules gave on 29 April.

While the Guru Nanak Dev University in Amritsar was to lead exit semester examinations from 1 July, the Punjabi University in Patiala had chosen to hold it from 10 July.

The two colleges had given date sheets and an itemized set of directions in regards to the lead of tests following social removing standards.

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