DAVV final exam: DAVV will write to DHE and ask for clarity about the final exams
INDORE: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) has now planned to wait for the guidelines of the Directorate for Higher Education (DHE) to conduct an online exam for students at affiliated universities last year.

Although Prime Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan tweeted about his decision to take an online exam for students and doctoral students last year / semester, the DAVV’s Examining Division wants clarity.

“It is not specified whether the tweet is for university teaching (UTD) or affiliated students. In the case of UTD, we have already planned to do an online exam, but it would be extremely difficult for us to take an exam for students from affiliated universities, “said DAVV exam leader Dr. Ashesh Tiwari versus TOI.

There are over 80,000 undergraduate and postgraduate programs in the past year and semester, he added. The university has decided to write to the DHE to clarify the tweet and guidelines and to conduct the exam for students at the affiliated universities.

The university had already carried out exams to 80% and only 20% of the subjects are left for the students of the last year / semester of the affiliated universities. According to the University Grants Commission (UGC), universities and colleges must complete the exam by the end of September.


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