Panjab University ready with SOPs for semester exams in July

No entry for students from red/containment zones, Aarogya Setu app must

Panjab University ready with SOPs for semester exams in July

Panjab University today finalised standard operative procedures (SOPs) to conduct semester examinations from July.

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, May 27

Panjab University today finalised standard operative procedures (SOPs) to conduct semester examinations from July. As per the guidelines, a maximum of 150 candidates will be allowed at each centre in one session and the duration of the exam will be of two hours. Wearing a face mask will be compulsory for teachers, staff and students, whereas one assistant superintendent will be deputed for every 15 students. Those giving exams need to follow safety measures, including downloading Aarogya Setu app, bringing own water bottle, sanitisation of building/ benches, thermal screening of candidates, social distancing, among others.

No candidate or examination staff from the red zone/containment zone will be allowed to enter the examination hall. A summary note of safety measures will be sent to the head of the staff and persons above 65 years, pregnant women or specially abled persons will be not be put under any duty. Shaking hands, spitting, assembly of over two persons and bringing eatables will be also prohibited.

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