Tribhuvan University (TU) has come out today and has spoken clearly about the annual examination. He has made it clear that all the exams will be held only after ten years. Pushparaj Joshi, Controller of Examinations of the Examination Control Office (ECO) informed that the examination is being prepared after ten years as the annual examination was not possible immediately after the infection of Kovid-19 started increasing.
Panika has given the responsibility of conducting the annual examination herself and the semester examination to the concerned dean’s office. Earlier, Panika had been preparing to conduct annual examination from September 3, the first semester and the first week of September, after the vehicles started operating with the lockdown. “In the current situation, it is not easy to take any exam before ten,” he said. “Now, all the annual exams are held after ten.”
According to him, the examination will be held from November 3 or 4 and will be completed by April 25. Comptroller Joshi said that there would be no impact on the academic calendar after the completion of all the remaining examinations by Chait. There is also a debate about taking the exam through virtual means in the semester exam. But at the level where there are many students, it is not possible to take the exam through virtual medium. Controller of Examinations Joshi said, “It is up to the dean’s office to decide whether to do it or not.”
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