🔥 The UGC guidelines for the 2020 academic calendar have been published. This time, the academic session begins in two months in late September. The UGC guidelines for the 2020 academic calendar have been published. This academic session begins in September with a two month delay
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- Last year, UG and PG program students are tested in July.
- PhD, MPhil fellows have six months more to complete their studies and submit their work
Amidst a nationwide ban, the government has published guidelines for exams and the 2020 academic calendar at all universities and higher education institutions in the country. According to the published guidelines, the new academic session of the universities will start this September with a delay of two months. At the same time, the students of the last academic year of the UG and PG courses are tested in July. If the situation is not good, first and second year students receive grades based on 50 percent of the grades before the semester and 50 percent of the grades from the internal assessment.
Will study six days a week
All institutes work according to the UGC guidelines, but can also make changes to these guidelines. Once the guidelines are published, universities will shortly need to conduct online, offline, or pen tests based on their academic calendar. The university will then study six instead of five days. At the same time, students who receive grants can take the semester exam again if the institute is opened under normal conditions. In cities or districts with good conditions, students are tested in the first and second year of July.
Six months extension for PhD students, MPhil scientists
In addition, doctoral students and MPhil scholars have six months more to complete their studies and submit their thesis. Viva is also provided through Google, Skype, Microsoft technology or video conferencing for submission and approval of theses. At the same time, 75 percent of the courses can take face-to-face courses, but 25 percent have to take online courses on Saturdays or Sundays. To this end, teachers should be taught to engage in video conferencing.
Read the UGC guidelines Click here