University Exam 2021: Government written letter to central institutions- postpone all offline examinations to be held in May

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University Exam 2021: In view of the huge increase in the number of corona patients in the country, the Higher Education Secretary of the Government of India, Amit Khare, has written to all the central institutes asking that all the offline examinations proposed in May be postponed.

Khare wrote to the Vice-Chancellors and Directors of the organizations receiving funding from the Central Government, “In the present situation it is very important that anyone in need of help in your institution should provide all possible help to him (the student). To be able to get out of stress as soon as possible. It is also important that those eligible for the vaccine be encouraged to get vaccinated and that everyone be safe by following the Kovid-19 regulations. “

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As the vaccination campaign has started for citizens above 18 years of age from May 1, Khare appealed to the institute heads to encourage students to participate in the vaccination campaign. In view of the current conditions, the institutes have been asked to continue online classes. A further decision will be taken only after reviewing the situation in June 2021.

It is noteworthy that many exams like JEE, NEET and ICAI and SSC, UPSC competitive examinations have been postponed due to rising corona cases in India. Currently Corona has had active cases of 341,3642 and a total of 218959 people have died so far.

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University Exam 2021: Government written letter to central institutions- postpone all offline examinations to be held in May
University Exam 2021: Government written letter to central institutions- postpone all offline examinations to be held in May
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