Pune University to conduct 50 marks’ final year examination
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Pune University to conduct 50 marks’ final year examination

Gaurav Pardeshi


As the state government has not officially announced the cancellation of the final year examinations, Savitribai Phule Pune University planned to conduct the examinations. The proposal for this new examination was approved in the meeting of Vidya Parishad. In this, a proposal it has been mentioned to conduct 50′ marks examination for a one-and-a-half hour.

Due to Coronavirus, the university has canceled the examinations of first and second-year students and they will be given admission in the next year on internal assessment. Final semester or final year students will have to appear for the examination. For this, Pune University has already announced that written examination which will be held in the traditional way. After that, in the meeting of Vidya Parishad, a proposal was made on how to conduct this examination.

The backlog papers of the final year students will be held from July 1st to 15th. The question papers will be taken out at the college level and the papers will be checked in the college itself. Regular final year examinations will be held from July 16th to 31st. In this, the university will prepare the paper and send it to the colleges. The test of 50 marks will be conducted in an hour and a half. These answer sheets will be checked at the college level only. Therefore, it will be possible to check the answer sheet early and announce the results in time.

Pune University has students from Maharashtra, but also a large number of students from abroad. All these students are at home. Therefore, a supplementary examination will be held in July for the students who cannot appear for the examinations. No student will be deprived of the examination. Also, if it is not possible for the students to come to Pune and appear for the examination, they can choose a convenient center in the jurisdiction of the university.

The final year examination plan has been prepared. It has been approved in the meeting of Vidya Parishad. Students will not be inconvenienced, the university has planned to take exams keeping social distance. Wearing mask and taking necessary precautions will be mandatory.