DAVV Exams Online or Offline, Hearing in High court adjourned

DAVV Exams: The Indore Bench of the High Court of Madhya Pradesh adjourned hearing for tomorrow in the case of (DAVV) Devi Ahilya Bai University UG and PG courses Exams to be conducted in in offline mode. Judge says tomorrow is exam and you have come today. We cannot place orders at the last moment. Judges adjourned hearing for tomorrow. Exam is tomorrow at 3 PM. Now chances of postponement of exam is very less. Students should prepare for offline exams.

High court said we cannot entertain last moment petitions. There is no fault of petitioner, Issue notice we will see it tomorrow.

There was confusion over whether the exams of (DAVV) Devi Ahilyabai Holkar University of Indore will be offline or online. Actually the university administration wants to conduct offline examinations. All the exam papers have also been dispatched for this. But due to the rising corona, the students applied in the High Court. In online hearing of this case, Judge said tomorrow is exam and you are coming at last moment. Then they adjourned the case.

The exam controller told the Times of India that they have made all the preparations to conduct the exam under the Covid protocol at all the centers. They have not yet received any order from the state government regarding changes in the exam.

The exams for PG and UG courses in DAVV have been postponed for a long time due to covid. If more exams are postponed then students will suffer in future. Because they will not be able to apply anywhere else. These exams were to be held from December 16 but they were postponed. Few students wanted to take exam in pen paper more while some of them are protesting against offline exams.

Now the exam is to be held on January 18 in offline mode.

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