Taking a view of the internet connectivity issues in several areas of the country, the advisory read, “In case of poor internet connectivity/any unforeseen technical glitches etc., the students are advised to submit his/her script beyond the specified time period (3 hour for writing the exam + 1 hour for downloading and uploading the script), students can submit the scripts on the online portal with documentary evidence for which 60 min additional time will be given.”
“If the problem persists students can submit the scripts by email to the college (the maximum time limit for email submission is 30 minutes). All such cases (email submission and delayed submission after 3 + 1 hour) will be examined by the Review Committee, and these answer sheets shall be evaluated based on the decision of the Review. Students may note that all such delayed submission (beyond 3+1 hr) may cause a delay in the declaration of result”, read the advisory only for Annual Mode students of School of Open Learning.
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This year, many students expected the University exams for the final year to be scrapped taking into account the prevailing COVID-19 situation in the country.
Final year exams are usually held in May but were postponed due to the COVID-19 situation in the country. Last year, the exams were held in OBE mode as well.