Maharashtra: Examination Of Non-Agricultural Universities To Be Conducted Offline – Education Minister Uday Samant

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Nagpur, 24th May 2022: Uday Samant, the Maharashtra Higher and Technical Education Minister on Tuesday said that the upcoming examinations of non-agricultural universities in the state will be offline, as decided by the vice-chancellors of the institutes.

In Nagpur, Uday Samant further said that students have to understand that the exams were earlier cancelled and later conducted online due to the COVID-19 wave. The minister said that if we keep on conducting online exams, it will raise the question whether the hiring industry will accept such students since it is easy to malpractice during online exams. Hence, the exams will now be conducted offline as per the instructions of the universities.

He said that the decision to conduct the examination offline was not taken by the state government but by the Vice-Chancellors of 13 non-agricultural education universities.

The minister was replying to a question regarding the demand of some students to take the examination through online mode. The Maharashtra government on April 2 this year lifted all restrictions related to COVID-19, including the wearing of masks in public places.


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