Mumbai University has extended the closing date for preserving the semester-conclude examination for first year college students unless 9 January 2021. Earlier, the colleges affiliated to the varsity were asked to total your total checks by December 2020.
The University of Mumbai had on 18 November launched a circular fixing 31 December to total your total chilly weather checks. College principals and lecturers acknowledged that the compulsory 90 teaching days were now not met as the academic session started leisurely for the first year college students.
The extension of preserving the examination unless 9 January, 2020 comes after the Bombay University and College Lecturers’ Union (BUCTU) advised the Vice Chancellor of MU that preserving checks in December became now not doable. The circular by Mumbai University dated 18 November also asked the affiliated colleges to conduct the postgraduate examinations in January 2021.
The University of Mumbai might well moreover simply commerce the pattern of the examination. The varsity will aid the chilly weather semester checks in online proctored mode.
Students exhibiting for ragged functions such as arts, science and commerce will receive an hour to respond 50 multiple different questions (MCQs), while for legitimate direction such as engineering, MSc and pharmacy, pupils can be required to write 80-trace thought papers divided into two system – MCQ and descriptive.
Candidates can be exhibiting in functional and Viva Voce examinations online on account of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The university had also planned to appoint vigilance squads to supervise the conduct of the examinations. The vigilance squads can be visiting the affiliated colleges and ask for photos or video photographs of school students exhibiting for the checks online.