Undergraduate third or final year and final or terminal semester examinations of universities and colleges in Rajasthan will be conducted offline from the last week of July or the first week of August. Their results will be released by September 30, 2021.
Minister of State for Higher Education Shri Bhanwar Singh Bhati has given this information. The Rajasthan government has issued guidelines regarding the conduct of these examinations keeping in mind the guidelines of UGC, the decision of the Supreme Court, and the suggestions of the departmental committee.
Minister of State for Higher Education Bhanwar Singh Bhati said that the students of the first year of graduation will be promoted by giving marks on the basis of the average of marks obtained in the 10th and 12th examinations. Students of the second year of graduation will be admitted to the next class on a temporary basis and online teaching will be started from July 10, 2021. When the situation of Kovid becomes normal, the results of the second-year students will be issued by December 31, 2021, by conducting the examinations of the second-year students on the objective or descriptive pattern as per convenience.
The Minister of State for Higher Education informed that the teaching work will be started from July 10, 2021, by giving temporary admission to the students of post-graduation in the next class. After the situation becomes normal, the examinations will be conducted and their results will be released by 31 December 2021. The postgraduate final year examinations will be conducted offline from the last week of July or the first week of August, the results of which will be released by 30 September 2021.
Bhati said that the courses/faculties/subjects in which the number of students is less and the university has sufficient resources, their examinations can be conducted on online mode.
Similarly, examinations for professional courses and semester system courses will also be conducted online mode. He said that removing the unit compulsion in question papers, the duration of the examination would be kept for one and a half hours per question paper instead of 3 hours.
Along with this, a 50 percent option will be given to solve the questions mentioned in the question papers proportionately. All the question papers of the subjects in which there are two or three papers will be conducted in a single shift. Also, the examination centers will be increased as per the requirement and available resources.