🔥 UGC formed a task force to solve student problems, helpline number and email ID, which were also published. Task Force was formed to solve student problems, helpline number also published
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- UGC has issued guidelines for final exams, admissions procedures and courses, etc. at universities across the country.
- Instructions for conducting semester and annual exams from July 1 to July 31, 2020 at all universities
The University Grant Commission (UGC) has set up a task force to hear and solve student problems during the coronavirus epidemic. A hotline number was also assigned, through which this task force can be contacted in various ways. Apart from that, all universities were instructed to create green cells and to create a hotline for their students. Students can use the number provided to ask questions about exams and academic activities.
You can also complain using the email ID
Students can contact the UGC Task Force and the problems of the teachers and the institute. Helpline number 011-23236374 was assigned to contact the task force. Apart from this, you can also contact the ID firstname.lastname@example.org by email. At the same time, https: // www. You can also register your complaint or problem online at ugc.ac.in/grievance/student_reg.aspx.
UGC has published guidelines
Previously, the UGC had issued detailed guidelines on the start of exams at the end of the session, the admission process, and teaching at universities across the country. The UGC instructed the institutes in its guidelines to carry out academic work and to ensure the protection of students and all other interest groups from Kovid-19. In accordance with the guidelines of the UGC, all universities were instructed to conduct semester and annual exams between July 1 and July 31, 2020 and the admission procedure from August 1 to August 31, 2020. Apart from that, instruction for existing students was instructed from August 1, while instruction for new students is scheduled to begin on September 1, 2020 after admission.