First and second-year students to be promoted on a provisional basis and their exams will also be conducted later.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Tuesday held a meeting with the officials of higher education and technical education departments. During the meeting, the state government decided to conduct the exams of various universities, their affiliated colleges, technical universities and polytechnic colleges in the second week of July. These exams were postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The CM directed the officials to conduct the final year exam of UG and PG students along with students of B Tech, MBA and Polytechnic courses in the second week of July. Whereas, first and second-year students will be promoted to next year on a provisional basis and their exams will also be conducted later.
He instructed the officials of the Higher Education and Technical Education Department to make proper arrangements for this. The respective universities and technical universities will issue a detailed schedule of the dates of these exams.
Cm, in his tweet, said that the final year exams of the undergraduate and postgraduate courses in universities will be conducted first while the first and second-year students will be provisionally upgraded to the next year.
The officials were instructed to ensure the compliance of the Health Protocol in the context of the corona epidemic during the examinations. The use of masks and sanitizers should be ensured by the candidates and teachers at all examination centres.
Besides, social distancing norms should be strictly followed during the exam. He suggested increasing the number of examination centres as per the requirement to ensure social distancing in the sitting arrangement.