Principal Correspondent :
Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur College (RTMNU) is more likely to postpone all its examinations until Might 15, starting from April 15. This choice could affect over 3 lakh college students who have been to look within the examinations. The choice is to be taken in view of prolonged lockdown by Authorities upto April 15. Sources really feel, the lockdown could get prolonged and towards that backdrop, college is more likely to take this vital choice. No person would get shocked, if College would take the choice of suspending examinations. There are a number of causes for suspending the examination.
Frist, subject of transportation. Although college has began sending query papers on-line, all examinations haven’t been lined below it. Secondly, the social distancing is to be maintained. Whereas writing examinations, college students could not have the ability to do this. Third and vital level is, as per the directions of college, college students staying in hostels have vacated the rooms. Authorities had issued notification via which it acquired the rooms for holding COVID 19 suspects. In case, all of the above issues are resolved and college students are requested to write down the papers the place would they keep? College has not taken any ultimate choice on it, however in response to extremely positioned sources in Mumbai, universities should postpone examinations until mid-Might.
There are sensible difficulties in holding them. RTMNU had earlier postponed examinations until March 31, then on March 28, it declared the postponement of examinations to be performed between April 1 and April 14. Now the examinations starting on April 15 to Might 14 must be postponed. The third part of the examinations would finish on June 25. Many of the college students and faculties too have been urgent to postpone the examination. Earlier with the lockdown introduced by Maharashtra Authorities, College too had postponed its examinations to be performed within the second part. There was a requirement from the universities of suspending the examinations.
The primary part of examinations started on February 27 that was to proceed until April 29. Second part started on March 19 and was scheduled to conclude on April 27. College had already requested its lecturers of all the universities, departments and performed faculties to work at home. College students whose lessons usually are not performed have been suggested to not roam unnecessarily. They’ll get themselves remoted wherever they keep.
Committee to arrange report for holding exams A Committee of 4 Vice-Chancellors of universities of Maharashtra and two Administrators of Greater and Technical Schooling has been constituted by Greater and Technical Schooling Minister Uday Samant. This committee has Dr Shashi Wanjari, Vice-Chancellor of SNDT College, Mumbai; Dr Suhas Pednekar, Vice Chancellor, Mumbai College; Dr Devanand Shinde, Vice-chancellor of Shivaji College, Kolhapur, Dr Nitin Karmalkar, Vice Chancellor, Pune College; Dr Abhay Wagh, Director, Technical Schooling and Dr Dhanraj Mane, Director, Greater Schooling. This committee would put together report relating to holding of examinations of universities in State and submit it with suggestions.