JNU Exams 2020: Offline exams after college reopens for students without internet
Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has issued a statement that has allowed all the students who could not write their papers online, to appear for offline examinations once the university is open again. In the same notice, the university has confirmed that the online examinations and evaluation process for all courses will be wrapped up by July 31, 2020, in order to advance with the next academic session.
JNU had asked all its students to return to their homes and vacate the hostels and campus premises in accordance with the guidelines issued by the government. Since not all students have the facilities to give exams online from their hometowns, the university has allowed these students to appear for exams once the university is open.
The notice also stated that the date of reopening the university will be confirmed in July, as per the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs.
The Ministry of Home Affairs released the new guidelines for Lockdown 5.0 or Unlock 1.0, which mentions the ease of restrictions that were imposed in the initial phases of the lockdown. The guidelines also mention the process of reopening educational institutes all over India.
As per the notice released by MHA, schools and colleges will remain shut till June 30 and the date of reopening educational institutes will be released in July after it has been approved by all the respective state governments and stakeholders.