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AKTU semester examinations from tomorrow, Vice Chancellor Vineet Kansal reviews preparations

Highlights

  • AKTU exams will start from tomorrow.
  • The exams are being conducted offline.
  • Students are demanding for online exam.

APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU) Vice Chancellor Professor Vineet Kansal reviewed the preparations for the semester examinations to be held from December 28. During the review meeting, instructions were given to conduct the examinations in a systematic manner. Around 1,10,000 students will appear in these examinations at 122 examination centers set up across the state.

Ashish Mishra, media in-charge of AKTU, Lucknow, said, “Examination center coordinators have been ordered to pay special attention to ensure that students do not face any inconvenience at the examination centre.”

The superintendents of the examination centers and directors of the respective institutions said that all the preparations related to the examination have been completed. “The center superintendents assured that the students will not face any kind of inconvenience at the examination centre,” Mishra said.

Controller of Examinations Professor Anurag Tripathi said that the compliance of Covid-19 protocol will be ensured at all the examination centers. For this, the affiliated institutions have been instructed to ensure thermal checking, sanitization, masks etc.

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Students’ protest continues
Students’ protest against offline examinations continues. Students are demanding to conduct online examination instead of offline. Students argue that till now most of the colleges have not been able to finish the complete syllabus. Offline exams are not perfect amidst the threat of Omicron, and who will be responsible if they get infected by it? Apart from this, students argue that SOP’s were not followed last year, so online exam is the safest option.

A student told NBT, “We have been demanding online examination for the past several days. But there has been no response from the university. How can the university play with the lives of over 2 lakh students and their families? The last time the university conducted the offline examination was in February, after which many students got infected with Corona. If we get an infection then who will be responsible for it?

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