🔥 The chief minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, wrote a letter to PM Modi, arguing for the cancellation of the central university exams. Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal wrote to the prime minister, arguing for the cancellation of the central university exams
- Examination of all universities under the government of Delhi canceled
- The degree is awarded based on the evaluation criteria set by the universities
July 12, 2020, 12:18 p.m.
Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal has now written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi after all university exams in the state were canceled due to the increasing number of Corona cases in the capital, Delhi. In this letter, CM asked the Prime Minister to cancel exams from all central universities, including DU. Kejriwal said: “I urge the central government and the University Grants Commission to cancel last semester exams in the interest of the students and to change their policies.
Asked to cancel the exam
The Prime Minister also wrote in his letter that many of the country’s students and parents are angry with the UGC’s instructions to take the last semester’s written exams offline or online. If you consider this decision wrong, everyone is against it. For our youth, I personally ask the Prime Minister to cancel the final exams at DU and other central government universities and to save the future.
Exam of all universities in Delhi canceled
The government of Delhi had previously announced the cancellation of all state university exams. Delhi’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education, Manish Sisodia, said students are now receiving degrees based on university grading criteria.
For the sake of our youth, I urge Hon’ble PM to intervene personally and cancel the final exams from DU and other central government universities and save the future. pic.twitter.com/V7iinytR9O
– Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) July 11, 2020