Vishwa Bharati University postponed all exams and prohibited students from staying outside campus Vishwa Bharati University postponed all exams and prohibited students from staying outside campus
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🔥 Vishwa Bharati University postponed all exams and prohibited students from staying outside campus Vishwa Bharati University postponed all exams and prohibited students from staying outside campus

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  • The heads of various departments and Vice-Chancellor Professor Bidyut Chakraborty made the decision during the meeting
  • Court will rule on CBSE and ICSE exams on Thursday, June 25

The postponement of the investigation in the country due to the corona virus and the closure continues. The Visva Bharati University has now postponed all exams in this order. In this regard, the university announced that all exams held at the university will be canceled pending further orders. The decision was made by the heads of various departments of the Central University in Santiniketan and the Vice-Chancellor Professor Bidyut Chakraborty during the meeting.

Restrictions on returning to campus

In this context, University Chancellor Asha Mukherjee said that the final school exam and all university exams have been postponed. According to the communication, this decision was made in view of the rapidly increasing spread of the corona epidemic. The notification also states that students who are outside the campus do not have to return to the university campus. Restrictions were also imposed until pre-booking for students living off campus.

Decision on CBSE and ICSE exams on June 25th

All schools, colleges and higher education institutions have been closed since March 16 due to a coronavirus infection in the country. Apart from that, all examination boards and other examinations have been postponed. For the same reason, the CBSE and ICSE board exams were canceled. The board then published a new data sheet for the test in July. However, the situation regarding the examination was not yet clear. To protest these exams, the parents made an application to the Supreme Court to cancel the exam. Now the court will judge these trials on Thursday, June 25th.

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