Amid the second wave of the Corona infection epidemic, the Ministry of Education has asked all Central Funded Institutions (IITs, IIITs, NITs, Central Universities, etc.) to postpone the offline examinations scheduled for May 2021. Although online exams can continue. In a letter addressed to the heads of all centrally funded institutions, Higher Education Secretary Amit Khare said that the situation will be reviewed in the first week of June 2021 regarding the decision of examinations.
The needy should be helped immediately in the institute
At the same time, the Ministry of Education said that the institutes have also been advised to ensure that if any of the institutes need any kind of assistance, then it should be provided immediate help so that it comes out of the crisis as soon as possible. All institutes have to encourage eligible people to get vaccinated and ensure that all Covid-19s follow appropriate practices to be safe. Centrally funded institutions include Central University, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), National Institute of Technology (NIT) and Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT).
Many universities postpone semester and entrance exams
Let us know that due to the outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic, many universities across the country have already postponed the semester and entrance examination. The University of Delhi has recently postponed the final year undergraduate and postgraduate examinations till June 1. At the same time, the students of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), Uttar Pradesh have asked the Vice-Chancellor to cancel the final year examination and declare the result based on internal assessment and assignment.