Calcutta University Final Exam 2020 Timetable(Released), Exam Time Reduced after UGC's Disapproval
Calcutta University has released the Part III Final Exam Time Table 2020 at its official website. Moreover, it has reduced the time allotted to submit answer sheets from 24 hours to 3 hours. Read the article to know how to download the time table.
Calcutta University is all set to conduct the Part III Final Exam 2020 for various undergraduate courses.
The exams are scheduled to be conducted from October 01-12, 2020.
This year due to COVID-19 situation, Calcutta University has decided to conduct its exams from home only.
Candidates would be provided with the question paper and would be provided 3 hours time to submit the answer sheets.
Earlier the time allotted to submit the answer scripts was 24 hours but after UGC’s denial over this, the University had t reduce it to three hours.
Calcutta University Date Sheet 2020: Highlights
|Conducting Body||University of Calcutta Kolkata, West Bengal|
|Name of Exam||CU UG Exam 2019-20|
|Course||Bachelor of Arts Commerce Science ( BA BSc BCom )|
|Article Category||Calcutta University Exam Date 2020|
|Type of Exam||Annual Exam|
|Availability of Calcutta University Exam Routine 2020||Released|
|CU Exam Schedule 2020 Status||Released|
|Direct link to Download CU 1st 2nd 3rd Year Exam Routine 2020||Given Below|
How To Download Calcutta University Date Sheet 2020?
Those students who want to download University of Calcutta UG Part 1, 2, 3 Exam Date 2020 through the official website, they can easily download Calcutta University BA BSc BCom 1st 2nd 3rd Year Exam Routine Date Sheet 2020 by following the steps given below.
- First of all visit on University of Calcutta official website @www.caluniv.ac.in
- Click on News & Announcements link.
- Search here Calcutta University BA BSc BCom Part – I, II, III Exam Date Sheet Routine 2020.
- Select the CU Date Sheet 2020 link as per your subject.
- Calcutta University Exam Schedule PDF 2020 open in new tab.
- You can save & print Calcutta University 1st 2nd 3rd Year Exam Routine 2020.
Calcutta University Date Sheet 2020: Direct Link to Download
Candidates appearing for Calcutta University Part III Exam 2020 should click on the link given below to download the full Course wise Exam Routine.
Calcutta University Online Exam Duration Reduced
Calcutta University has decided to allow 30 minutes to download the question papers and upload the answer scripts for the Semester Terminal and Final Year Exams.
This was one of several modalities decided by CU, two days after receiving a letter from the University Grants Commission, which, in no uncertain terms, informed them of their disapproval of giving students 24 hours to submit answer scripts.
On Friday, the CU officials held a meeting of the Faculty Council, followed by a meeting of the UG and the PG Board of Studies, where Vice-Chancellor Sonali Chakravarti Banerjee sent a letter to the UGC.
As per the resolution, the UGC Guidelines of 29 April stated that the duration of the terminal semester or final year examinations may be reduced from three hours to two hours.
A senior teacher said, "The VC pointed out that, as per the revised UGC guidelines of July 6, the exams can be conducted offline, online, or blended (online + offline) modes."
"As a result, CU has the option of conducting theoretical examinations based on multiple-choice questions or using OMR sheets in three modes. If the institution evaluates its students by giving more than the specified time, it will be categorised as an assignment-based assessment, "explained the teacher The Board further decided to strictly follow the UGC guidelines.
CU called a meeting of all affiliated college principals at Rajabazar Science College on Monday to discuss the details of the terminal semester exam.
The sudden change in modality has led to jitters among the college principals.
Students in the city are unlikely to face any problems with internet connectivity.
But what about the people who live in the suburbs and villages? They may study at a college in Kolkata but live in remote areas.
They will face challenges due to time-bound examinations.
Internet connectivity will be slow, and even many will have to take the exams from local internet cafes because few students have the luxury of using a laptop.
Also, we can't expect candidates to write the exams on their smartphones, "said the principal of the college.