Across India, students are protesting the decision to conduct entrance and final-year examinations despite the surging COVID-19 case count.
In the coming two weeks, more than 24 lakh students are expected to appear for JEE (September 1st - 6th) and NEET (September 13th).
At the same time, as per UGC guidelines, colleges and universities are required to conduct final-year examinations by September 30th.
Needless to say, the spectre of hundreds of thousands of students taking tests offline amidst a raging pandemic is one that has discomforted many. Most of all the students.
And the conundrum of how to ensure educational continuity during an age of lockdowns and social distancing has been playing out for some time now.
Head to this link to read the arguments for and against conducting exams right now + to know what a “safe” national-level entrance exam during COVID-19 looks like:
- Keerthy Suresh with Cute Smile with Lakshmi Gaaru in Manmadhudu2
- Toshiba Printer Support
- KNow- How pricing plans make Builderfly ecommerce platform unique?
- Bitcoin Exchange Website Development Company
- Hire Dedicated Shopify Developer- Shiv Technolabs Pvt. Ltd
- Professionals Email List |Professionals Mailing Lists |Mails STORE
- Personal Loan Garh Muktehshwar
- Decentralised MLM Software System Development Company
- Baby Diapers Online | Pampers Price In Pakistan-Hapi Napi
- COVID 19 Impact: Zara Boosts Online Sales Over Offline Stores