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  What are the latest business news? Business news - August 2020. 1) The Madras high court fined Patanjali INR10 lakh for chasing profit by exploiting public fear by projecting a COVID-19 cure. Where actually ‘Coronil’ is not a cure but rather an immunity booster. They wanted to do marketing their products however the court permanently banned ‘Coronil’. It is nothing we all know that it is marketing by saying the product is a cure or anything else. 2) Reserve Bank of India governor Shaktikanta Das on 6 august Thursday said that  India’s forex reserves have increased by $56.8 billion to $534.6 billion in the current financial year between April to July . This is equivalent to 13.4 months of imports, he added that India’s foreign exchange reserves crossed the  $500 billion  mark for the first time in July. Our foreign exchange is growing contiguously. 3) The Indian Railways launched the first  ‘Kisan Rail’  coaches on Friday. ‘Kisan Rail’ will help for faster transportation perishable fa



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Once again  it has been declared  that the final year examinations of the university is necessary and stated that it is in the wider interest of the students.  In such a case, before taking any decision regarding the state examinations, also assess the impact on the interests of the students and the academic quality.  On the other hand, on the guideline issued regarding examinations, UGC says that under the regulation of the commission, all the universities are bound to abide by it.  However this is not the time for controversy.  All universities should conduct examinations under the set guidelines.

 SOP prepared regarding revised guidelines and examinations sent to all the states

 Commission Secretary Rajneesh Jain said that he has sent to all the states the details of the guidelines issued for the examinations and the standards set for conducting them.  However, if the universities have any confusion regarding any issue, they can contact.  He said that as far as examinations are concerned, due to the Corona crisis, he has already given a lot of facilities to the universities.  In this he can do it online and offline in any way.  In which he can also adopt examination methods like Open Book Exam, MCQ (Multiple Choice Question).

 The HRD ministry also landed in support, meeting with the states could soon

 According to UGC sources, in the midst of the controversy, the commission has also started exploring the legal aspects which cover all the universities.  However, UGC officials say they do not want to get involved in the controversy.  There is a lot of politics going on about this anyway.  According to sources, the Ministry of Human Resource Development may also discuss the issue with the states soon.

 Examinations are essential for the interests of students and academic quality

 He says that even in this crisis of Corona, no university or higher educational institution in the world is giving certificates without examination or assessment.  In this case, if Indian universities do so, it will also affect their global credibility.  At the same time, Indian students who go for jobs with their degrees or certificates may also face this challenge.  UGC is the largest regulatory body for universities in the country.  All degree courses are valid only after its approval.  At the same time, it also provides financial assistance to all the universities to conduct academic and research related activities.

Punjab, Maharashtra, Odisha, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Delhi had objected to conduct the examination in view of the situation of covid-19.  It was said that the guidelines do not say that the exam should to be conducted immediately, the examinations will  be completed by the end of September.  States can complete the examination program whenever practical in this time period.  The exam can be taken online or offline or in a mixed form of both.

 It was  stated that the educational evaluation of students is a very important milestone in any education system.  Performance in the exam brings confidence and satisfaction to the students, plus it is a reflection of the ability, performance and reliability required for global acceptance.

 The Ministry of Human Resources is likely to meet state education secretaries this week to ensure uniformity in assessment of final year students. As per the UGC Act, the instructions of the Commission are binding.  At present, the plan to conduct the examination has retained its place to a great extent.  The ministry is ready to discuss states' concerns and work on practical solutions but academic credibility cannot be compromised.


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