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Universities will hold last year’s exams, freshmen and sophomores will be promoted based on their internal grades, says human resources minister Ramesh Pokhriyal

NEW DELHI: Union Human Rights Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank held the live ‘Webinar’ on Wednesday with more than 45,000 Institutes of Higher Education and their directors. Several teachers have extended their thanks and welcomed the Minister of Human Resources Development to this event.

Dr. Nishank said the exams will be conducted for seniors from universities across the country, others will be promoted based on their internal grades and the result from the previous year.

In addition, universities will declare the result for first and second year students based on their previous exams and this year’s internal assessment. The University will consider the average of 50% of marks of its previous exams + 50% of marks in the internal evaluation of this semester.

“First year students will be promoted based on an internal assessment, while second year students will receive grades based on the current year internal assessment (50%) and 50% of the previous year’s grades This agreement will be effective only for those areas where taking the exam would be difficult considering the safety of the students, “Pokhriyal said.

Addressing the principals of around 1000 universities, the minister said: “Students in the first semester will be promoted based on previous academic records, while sophomores will be promoted based on 50% internal grades and the 50% in the previous year or semester. Registration. But there will be final exams. If the condition does not improve in July, the new dates will be announced soon. ”

Using the closing period, the minister of human resources said that around 4,70,000 have downloaded the application for the JEE Main and NEET practice. As time has changed, the government is now focusing on online education. And we managed to bring our education to the internet and on broadcast channels (Swayam Prabha). Student crashes have used Diksha and ePathshala. Swayam is now the world’s largest platform of its kind, the minister added.

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