Rabindra Dhungel, 27 september 2020. Tribhuvan University is going to conduct the examinations which were stopped due to corona after Chhath. It has also been decided to instruct the concerned office to prepare for the examination, Trivedi said. A meeting of the TRI Executive Council, Examination Reform and Coordination Council and the Central Examination Steering Committee has decided to conduct the examinations immediately after the suspension due to Corona. Due to Corona, TU was unable to conduct the test on time. Last time, the exams started from the second week of August and there were preparations to take the exams of all the semesters which were postponed ten years ago. But it did not happen. The examinations of various faculties of Tribhuvan University undergraduate and postgraduate level have been postponed since April 22.
Those who have already filled the form will be examined first
Controller of Examinations Pushparaj Joshi says that necessary preparations are being made for conducting the examination after Chhath. He said that he has already written to the concerned dean’s office to make public the schedule of the examination a decade ago. He said that the concerned office has also started necessary preparations. As there is an arrangement to take the exam at the place where the house is located, there will be no exam through virtual medium. Controller of Examinations Joshi says, “We have asked the students to take the exam by physically attending the exam.
” He said that they are preparing to take the exam by taking necessary security precautions. He said that the examination will be conducted first and then other examinations will be conducted. Because of Corona, some universities have taken open book or virtual exams. Preparations have been made to start studies from March and April after completing all the examinations by next January.
If the situation is complicated, there may not be an exam . Despite increased market activity, Corona’s risk has not diminished. The risk of corona may increase as more people gather during festivals like Dashain Tihar. Or the situation may get complicated. According to the Examination Control Office, if the situation becomes very complicated, you may have to think about taking the exam.
The Ministry of Health and Population has recommended that if there are more than 25,000 active infected people, it should be stopped again. However, if there is any delay, the decision on how to conduct the examination and what method to adopt will be taken after discussing with the experts, said Joshi. But if the situation is as it is now, the exams will be conducted.
In such a case, the student will be able to take the exam from the nearest center, keeping the physical distance, wearing a mask and using a sanitizer carefully.