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FINAL YEAR EXAMS

  FINAL YEAR  EXAMS


UP government has released all the examinations except the final year in Guideline College and University, final year exams will be till 30 September, final year (final semester) exams online and offline.  Both will be through
 UP will have only final year (final semester) examinations-

 Due to Corona epidemic, the Government of Uttar Pradesh has decided that only final year or final semester examinations will be conducted in colleges and universities this year.

 Apart from this, examinations of all classes are cancelled.  All the students except the final year will be given admission in the next class on the basis of promotions.  This information has been given by Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma.  According to them, the examinations will be conducted both online and offline.

He said that final year examinations will be conducted by September 30.  After that the result of these will be released in the month of October.  How will admission be given on the basis of promotions.  For this information, you must read this page till the end.

 Deputy Chief Minister said that there is no change in the rules-

 State Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma has said that some universities had completed the examinations even before the lockdown.  Some universities had also released the results.  He said that his results will remain the same.

These will apply only those rules, which were made earlier.  Similarly, some universities had conducted some examinations of different classes before the lockdown, but some remained.  After evaluating them all, their marks will be included in the final result.

 The rules of promotion will be as follows-
 Most of the students of the state have only one question, on what basis can be passed or scored by promotion without examination.

Will go  Or it will be passed to all.  The state's Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma has made it clear today.


 He has said that all the students of different classes of all faculties who have passed in each subject of their class on the basis of evaluation of question papers of the examination of the university before applying lockdown, or are eligible for the Bake paper.  They will be promoted in the next class.

 His remaining exams will be postponed.  But such students, based on the incomplete result of the previous examination, according to the rules of the university concerned, are not even eligible for backpaper and are unsuccessful.  They will be failed in the year 2020 examination.  Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma also said that, students who will not be satisfied with their result, they will also be given an opportunity to improve their marks in the examination for the year 2020-21.


 states of the country cancelled examinations-


The Uttar Pradesh state government has released the guidelines, according to them, except for the final year, the examinations of all other classes have been postponed.  But many states in which all the examinations including the final year have been canceled.  But after the release of the UGC guidelines, there remains doubt among the students of these states whether there will be final year examinations or

But currently these states have not released new information about the examinations.  The state governments of Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Maharashtra, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal have decided not to conduct examinations this year.  But the UGC has appealed to all the states to conduct final year examinations in all the universities of their state.
 If all the states conduct final year examinations, then it will maintain uniformity in higher education all over the country.  If we do not conduct final year examination, it may also raise questions on the validity of the degree.  Therefore, the UGC said that according to the location of Corona in your state, you should conduct examinations online or offline by any means.

 Frequently asked questions related to examinations in UP?


Students are in doubt as to when the final year or final semester examinations will take place.

 It will be held by 30 September 2020.

 Will the dissatisfied students get a chance to improve marks?

 Yes, students who are not satisfied with their results will be given a chance to improve their marks in the year 2020-21.

 How long can the graduation final year result be released?


Expected to be released by 15 October 2020.

 When will the result of postgraduate examination be released?

 What have UGC said by academics?
 According to him, the UGC should reconsider its decision once again.

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