No Online Classes For Children Till Class 5, Says Karnataka Government

Amid complaints about conduct of virtual classes, the Karnataka government on Wednesday decided to stop online classes for children from Kindergarten (KG) to class 5. “Two decisions have been taken-online classes for LKG, UKG and primary classes should be stopped immediately. Also, collecting fees in the name of online classes should be stopped immediately,” Primary Read More

“Foolish To Put Lives Of Students In Danger”: NSUI Demands Postponement Of AIIMS Entrance

  Congress-affiliated National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) has asked the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) authorities to postpone the PG entrance tests scheduled on June 11. Meanwhile, the examination section of AIIMS has recently issued guidelines which must be followed to ensure social distancing during the exams. AIIMS has also made certain modifications in Read More

DU Open Book Exam: Specially-Abled Students May Get Scribes

  Delhi University, DU, has released separate guidelines on holding online open-book examinations (OBE) for the differently-abled students. The guidelines have come after the decision to conduct exams for only the final-year and final-semester undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) students in all streams. DU online exams have been adopted as an alternative to pen-paper-based examination for grading Read More