The questionnaires are made available to the students of the final year and the students of the fourth semester after graduation on their login ID and the required website. In the open book system, students can write exams at home.
The test subjects must submit their answer sheets to the collection points, of which around thousands have been set up. Students can submit their answer sheets either by post or email.
Former Vice Chancellor Prof. Tarique Zafar said: “How will the government ensure that students do not use unfair means when writing the answers?”
He added that the students should have asked to appear in the exam. “The government can wait instead of making such decisions in a hurry,” he added.
Prof. GD Singh, former headmaster of the MLB, responded: “What is the point of an exam if students are allowed to copy answers from a book? This is unfair to students who have studied all year round to get a good score There is a need. ” for a well thought out strategy. ”
Students also raised concerns about the pattern of the open audit. “Why should anyone study when a book is available? What’s the sudden rush when the pandemic stops everything? The open book exam isn’t really an exam.”
The results of the final year and fourth semester graduation exams are given by giving 50% weight to grades earned in previous years and 50% to grades earned in open book exams. Up to 5.71 Lakh students will appear in exams from last year’s graduation and the fourth semester after graduation.