GNDU to hold online exams from Sept 21

GNDU to hold online exams from Sept 21

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Tribune news service

Amritsar, September 11

Acting on the instructions of the state government to conduct examinations of final year (exit) classes, Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU) has released standard operating procedure (SOPs) for the conduct of exams, which it proposes to hold online from September 21 to October 8.

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In detailed instructions issued to several department heads and principals of affiliated colleges, a list of registered emails of students will be prepared and a test mail will be the students four days before the exam. These test mails will have sample of answer sheet to familiarise students about the format. The practical examinations are also to be held within the dates mentioned above through online viva-voce or presentation.

On the day of the exam, students will be able to access the question paper only when the respective head of college or institution sends them through the university generated email, download the question paper within 30 minute time frame, while the whole process of taking exam will be of 2 hours 45 minutes. Similarly, afterwards the students will upload the answer sheets within given time frame. The invigilators will prepare WhatsApp groups for emergency queries and situation for students.

GDNU has over 40,000 students, who will be appearing for exams for exit classes.

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