University Exams News: Universities can hold 1st and 2nd year UG exams, the Supreme Court says
NEW DELHI: Lakhs of undergraduate and graduate students may have to show up for exams this year to be promoted to next year as the Supreme Court said Thursday the UGC left it to the discretion of the universities to whether or not they conduct such tests.

When a bank heard from Justices Ashok Bhushan, RS Reddy and MR Shah an appeal filed by an IGNOU student against the university’s decision to hold first and second year exams during the pandemic, they said the court could not rule whether an exam is required or not. “It (Ignou’s decision) does not violate UGC’s July 6 policy,” the bank said.

The bank had recently confirmed
UGC’s July 6 policy mandated that final year undergraduate and post graduate students must take exams in order to qualify for their degree.


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