Government to reassess situation in first week of June
The Union education ministry has asked all centrally-funded education institutions to postpone offline examinations scheduled in May 2021 because of the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the country.
Online exams can be conducted on schedule.
“In the context of the existing situation, I urge all the heads of centrally funded institutions to postpone the offline examinations scheduled in the month of May 2021. The online examinations may however continue,” wrote the secretary, Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Amit Khare, in a letter to all vice-chancellors.
The government will assess the situation in the first week of June and convey its decision to various institutions.
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