A mock test will be held on Wednesday to prepare students for the online exams. Autonomous universities are free to hold the exams according to their schedule, but within September 30th.
B L Shivakumar, director of the Sri Ramakrishna College of Arts and Science, an autonomous college, said they had decided to hold the exams September 16-30. “We have already done model tests online so that the students are familiar with them. We plan to conduct exams for 400 students a day. There will be a supervisor for 16 students who will be connected through Google Classroom. This will prevent wrongdoing, ”he said. “After the exams, students have to scan their scripts, convert them to a PDF file with their registration number on all pages, and send them to college.”
Coimbatore Government Arts College, another autonomous college, will hold the exams for UG and PG students of the final semester from September 19-30, Headmaster K Chitra said. “Many of our students come from remote areas with no access to the internet. We send them questionnaires on WhatsApp and they can send the answer sheets back to the employees in PDF format. The scripts are recorded on a CD and evaluated, ”she said. “All 15 students have supervisors. Supervisors, HoDs, faculties, computer science faculties, and programmers will be present in the college computer room from where supervision will be performed. ”
According to the BU, the exams take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. You will be descriptive. Students should write on A4 white paper on one page. Candidates should register on the portal half an hour before the start of the exam. Questionnaires can be downloaded at 9.45 a.m.
Students staying in remote areas can take the college’s online exam if they wish, Bharathiar University Vice Chancellor P Kaliraj said. “However, you should follow the Covid-19 Standard Operating Instructions. If a student fails to take the exam, we will have an additional exam by the end of October, ”he said.