1,008 undergraduate and 1,099 postgraduate students appeared on day one
Jamia Millia Islamia has begun with its online open-book examinations for odd-semester/year students except for the first semester from January 18. The exams are supposed to continue till February 19, 2021. While the morning shift is for the undergraduate exams, the afternoon shift has been allotted to the postgraduate exams.
Over nine-thousand students are estimated to appear for the open-book examinations in the days to come, out of which, the first day witnessed a total of 1,008 students for the undergraduate courses and 1,099 students for the postgraduate courses.
With a total duration of three hours given to write the exams, an extra hour has been provided to upload the answer scripts onto the exam portal. Respective teachers have been present to answer queries and explain important parts of the question paper to the students. An alternate email ID has also been provided to the students for emergencies while uploading the answer sheets.
The decision to conduct open-book examinations was taken keeping in mind health concerns and demand of the stakeholders. Classes for the next semester are also scheduled to start soon. Students have been advised to keep a check on the official website for any news and updates.
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