Gauhati University to conduct UG, PG Final Year Exams Offline from Sept 22; Check Notification Here

Samrat Roy Samrat Roy
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The official notification issued by the University states, 'Final semester examinations will be conducted in a blended mode, maintaining the COVID-19 protocol and the relevant SOP published by the UGC for this purpose.

Gauhati University has released the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for the final semester exams scheduled for September 22, 2020.

While the University has decided to promote intermediate semester students on the basis of internal assessment marks, final semester undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) semester students will be evaluated using a 50-50 formula—50 per cent off-line and the remaining 50 per cent from internal assessments.

The official notification issued by the University states, 'Final semester examinations will be conducted in a blended mode, maintaining the COVID-19 protocol and the relevant SOP published by the UGC for this purpose.

Gauhati University Final Semester Exam Evaluation Scheme 2020

According to the official statement by Gauhati University, the question papers for the final semester examinations will cover the entire syllabus, but students will only be required to try questions for 50% marks. The remaining 50% marks will be calculated on the basis of an internal assessment.

In the case of intermediate semester students who submitted their examination forms before the last date, internal assessment marks and theoretical marks in the preceding semesters will be considered for evaluation, the university said.

Since March, universities and other academic institutions have been closed in the country due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus followed by a national lock-up to contain the virus.

In order to continue the teaching-learning process along with the completion of other academic activities, educational institutions are taking digital approaches, such as online exams, online classes and more. Following the latest guidance from the University Grants Commission, universities are also exploring ways to conduct final year exams by September 2020.

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