All students and their parents are very confused regarding the Haryana B.ed exams update. There is no clear or final news or any kind of update till now, whether the B.Ed exams would be in 2020 or not for B.Ed final year | 2nd year students. For all of those we are summing up the Haryana B.Ed Exams updates here:
Haryana B.Ed Exam Updates till yet
Update 1: 13/06/2020
Haryana state government announced that all terminal examinations of final semesters, for higher and technical education courses, will take place from July 1st to 31st. Also the results will have to be declared by 7th August. Some universities even announced the datesheet for the same. Objections were raised by many student unions and students’ parents, also an appeal was made in the high court regarding the same.
Update 2: 24/06/2020
Haryana state government announced that intermediate and final semester exams in the universities, technical education institutes and colleges of the state have been cancelled. The final semester/year students will be passed on the basis of internal assessment and previous year marks.
Update 3: 06/07/2020
The previous update brought relief to the students and their parents but the happiness was short lived. UGC with the permission from the Ministry of Home affairs came up with revised guidelines. They announced that final semester/year students’ evaluation will be conducted via exams either online or offline or both modes by the end of September’20.
Update 4: 07/07/2020
Haryana government said that they will take final decision on this after consulting the VCs.
Update 5: 27/07/2020
Students from all over India has filed a case against UGC for conducting Final exam in Supreme Court. The next hearing is on 31/07/2020.
Update 6: 13/08/2020
Haryana government finally took the decision and has asked all the Universities to prepare for exams as per the UGC guidelines by September end.
Update 7: 24/08/2020
MDU releases a press note that exams will be taken in September via online as well as offline mode. All the students will be required to fill the survey form to choose the mode of exam.
Update 8: 25/08/2020
KUK also announced that exams will be from 10th Sept to 30th Sept. It will be a blend of both online and offline mode. Those students who don’t have access to internet can give exams at exam centre.
Our thoughts | B Ed Admission Analysis:
UGC looks firm on their decision regarding exams. They have even warned universities to follow the guidelines otherwise students’ future will be at risk. Out of total 640 universities 454 have either already taken the exams or will be conducting them, 177 have yet to take a decision.
The Union Grant Commission is only looking at one perspective that giving exams will be beneficial for students’ future prospects but they are ignoring the risk they are enforcing on students. At present India is the country with the third highest number of covid cases, we have crossed the mark of 14 lakh cases. In this situation the UGC and government are only making the situation more hazardous not only for students but also for the teaching and non-teaching staff associated with the universities.
UGC is claiming that they have given the option of taking exams via online/offline or merged mode and universities can choose the option that deemed fit. Not all universities can choose the online mode and even if they do we all know that students are coming from all segments of society and not all have computers or laptops and internet connection to give exams. And if they go for offline mode then the Centre Government is violating its own guidelines of restricting public movement and gatherings. Also the Central Government is forgetting that in the Unlock phase they have given authority to the State Government to add restrictions to the Home Ministry’s orders on public activity taking the local situation into account.
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