The possibilities of 3rd wave can't be ruled out with the rising threats of the new COVID variant- Omicron. All are in a state of confusion over the preparatory measures of the State government to tackle the possible onslaught. The government might have to face immense challenges while ensuring the conduct of COVID infection-free exams.
In a letter to the vice-chancellors of all State universities and principals of all government/ non-government degree colleges, the higher education department has stated that all the examinations will be held in offline mode.
Bhubaneswar: The Under Graduate (UG) and Post Graduate (PG) exams may be conducted in online mode in view of the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Odisha. According to the…
New Delhi: Students are prohibited from using saliva for turning pages or separating answer sheets, while staff and examinees from containment zones will not be allowed physically at the exam centres, as per the Union Health Ministry’s latest guidelines on conducting examinations amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The guidelines stated that for staff and examinees […]
Bhubaneswar: The final semester examinations of the Under Graduate (UG) and the Post Graduate (PG) courses will be conducted by September 30, informed Odisha Higher Education department after a high-level meeting. According to sources, the decision was taken after the meeting which was reportedly chaired by Higher Education Minister Arun Sahoo. Vice-chancellors, controllers of examinations […]