Christ University: Government Advises not to Conduct Intermediate Semester Exams

Samrat Roy Samrat Roy
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The State Higher Education Department has written a letter to Christ (Deemed to be University) "advising" them not to conduct online mid-semester examinations.

The letter comes after a number of students and student organizations protested against the university's decision to take the intermediate semester exams.

The Department advised the university to support students on the basis of their internal evaluation and the performance of students in the previous semester.

Online examinations began on Monday.

Although the institution is a member of the University Grants Commission, the State Government has written a letter to the Vice-Chancellor.

They have been advised by the government that they can conduct a final year student examination.

In the case of state-run universities, the government cancelled the intermediate semester examinations and decided to hold them only for final semester students.

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