Start Movement For Offline Exams Not Online Tests, Education Minister Uday Samant To Students

Start Movement For Offline Exams Not Online Tests
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Pune, 4th April 2022: “It’s a red flag to imply that following the corona outbreak, you should take the exam online. This is something that students should avoid. It is your job to advise pupils about the benefits of offline study”, Uday Samant, Minister of Higher and Technical Education, Maharashtra government, suggested on Sunday that students should start a movement for offline education.

Samant was speaking at the convocation of the design degree course at Maharshi Karve Women’s Education Institute affiliated with SNDT Women’s University. Dr Ravindra Deo, working president of the organization, Vice Chancellor of SNDT Women’s University Ujjwala Chakradev, Vidya Kulkarni, Mallika Samant, Samiksha Nikam etc. were present on this occasion. Degrees were awarded to 650 students.

“It is the role of the government to have equal opportunity boards everywhere in the new education policy. The state government is committed to providing education to all sections of society. Apart from making higher education available to all, attention is also being paid to the quality of education.”

Samant also said that he will soon give Rs 36 crore to the organization.

“I earned a reputation as a Minister who cancelled exams during my last two years as Minister of Higher and Technical Education. So it’s said that wherever I go, the minister who cancelled the exam came,” Samant said.

Swapnil Tyres

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