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ANCSU suggests online grad exams

Nagaland News

DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 22: As college students across the State are set to appear for their 3-year degree course exams (BA/B.SC/B.COM/BBA/BCA) from December 3, the All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) has suggested that online mode of examination could be “most suitable” for it.


In an appeal issued on Monday, the Union stated that it had arrived at this finding “after thorough interaction with the students”.
It acknowledged the State Government and Nagaland University for the all-round initiatives taken to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and for being prompt and responsive when it comes to issues concerning the student community.
“Along with the world, the State of Nagaland is striving in rebuilding its healthcare and economy. As such, we are in no way prepared to encourage any situation that endangers the well-being of the colleges fraternity, in particular, and the State at large”, it stated.
While suggesting for online exam, the Union appealed to the State Government and the Nagaland University to thoroughly assess the prevailing situation and “examine the mode of examination” for intermediate semester undergraduate degree students, ensuring that students’ academic careers are not hampered at all cost or human lives put at stake.
“Consequently, guarantee that the quality of education is not compromised but to ensure meritocracy. The Union further calls the attention of the State Government and University to strictly instruct and enforce certain modalities/guidelines/directives/precautionary measures for the upcoming examination to all the affiliated colleges under NU for the smooth conduct of exams, evaluation and timely declaration of results. Similarly, such remedial suggestions may be advised to those autonomous colleges and universities”, it added.


The Union extended best wishes to the students for the upcoming examination.
(Page News Service)

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