Home India 13 universities select online evaluations

    13 universities select online evaluations

    0
    2
    13-universities-select-online-evaluations

    Profits and Disaster Management Department issues Federal government Order

    .

    .

    Earnings and Disaster Management Department issues Federal government Order

    All 13 universities in Tamil Nadu that come under the jurisdiction of the Higher Education Department will conduct the final semester assessments in the online mode this year.

    A federal government order to this result was issued by the Revenue and Disaster Management Department on Tuesday.

    The order follows a request from the College Department and the Directorate of Technical Education for approval to perform the terminal (final semester) assessments for the academic year 2019-2020 in September.

    Mixed test

    Ensuing upon this, the RDMD has actually allowed the universities to carry out the examinations. All however Mom Teresa Women’s University will conduct the exams online. Mom Teresa University will conduct a mixed exam, according to the order.

    While exams for Alagappa College student began on Tuesday, the University of Madras and Bharathidasan University will hold exams from September 21 to 25.

    Madurai Kamaraj University has actually arranged examinations from September 17 to30 Anna University will perform the tests from September 22 to 29; Bharathiar University’s tests will be held from September 21 to October 7.

    Manonmaniam Sundaranar University and Annamalai University will perform tests from September 21 to30 Periyar University has actually set up examinations from September 21 to29

    Tamil Nadu Open College student will take exams from September 19 to 30 and Tiruvalluar University students will from September 16 to29

    Trainees of the Tamil Nadu Instructor Education University will take their exams from September 17 to29

    The DoTE will conduct its examinations from September 23 to29

    According to University of Madras Vice-Chancellor S. Gowri, they will follow the “online off school” mode. Students can download the question papers, compose answers, scan their answersheets and publish them. They will be provided 6 hours; if unable to submit answersheets, they can send them by speed post to their principals.

    The universities have offered all information on their websites to enable the trainees to access them.

    Source

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here