While all the educational activities have come in online mode due to the third wave of corona across the country. The examinations are taking place in pen-paper (offline) mode at DAVV (Devi Ahilyabai University), Indore. The fear of corona is haunting the students in taking the offline examination. (Read This News in Hindi)
Students are also sharing their problems in this regard on social media. The students also went to the High Court to conduct the online examination but they did not get relief. Now the university has issued a new guideline. Which says ‘students unable to take the exam due to covid infection, can take it separately later.
Separate Exams for Covid Infected Students only
- For students who are Covid positive, a separate examination will be conducted later.
- Only those students will get this facility who have been, or have been infected at the time of the exam. They will have to submit their Covid positive certificate.
Students angry on social media
However, the students protesting against the offline exams on social media and shared the video showing how the rules are being flouted at the DAVV exam centers. The students say that the way the exams are being conducted, even if they are not infected, they will get soon. University administration is playing with their health.
After not getting relief from the High Court, the students took a jibe and said that the High Court itself is doing a hearing of case online regarding the offline examination of the children.
Both students and parents are worried due to the increasing number of corona cases in the state. But the administration says that if the exams are postponed in this way, then the future of the students will hang in the balance. Keeping in mind all the rules of Covid, the university is conducting this exam. And all the important exams across the country have been conducted in offline mode as per the COVID protocol. If students are not able to take the exam due to Covid, then there will be a system to give them a separate exam.
Let us tell you that from Tuesday these examinations have started at all the centers of DAVV DAVV EXAMS across the state. The university administration has decided to conduct the final year examinations of the long-postponed UG and PG courses so that the students do not face any problem in planning ahead.