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New academic session will start in universities and colleges from October 1, these are the guidelines of UGC for exams and admission

UGC has made it mandatory for universities and colleges to conduct the final session or final year examinations by 31 August.

New Delhi: The University Grants Commission has said in the new guidelines that the new academic session in universities and colleges across the country will start from October 1, while the admission process should be completed by September 30.Also Read – COVID-19 Updates: 38,079 new cases of corona were reported in the country today, 560 deaths in 24 hours

In the UGC guidelines, universities and higher education institutions have been asked to ensure that the admission process for undergraduate courses begins only after the declaration of the results of CBSE, ICSE and all state boards. Also Read – Coronavirus India Delta Variant And Diabetes: Tips That Can Help Diabetics Stay Safe In The Times Of Delta Variant

The UGC said in the new guidelines, “It is expected that all school boards will declare the results for class 12th examinations by July 31. If there is any delay in the declaration of results, the new academic session may start by October 18.” Also Read – Third Wave: During the meeting with the Prime Minister, Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray made this request to stop the gathering of people

The University Grants Commission clarified that the teaching-learning process should continue through offline, online or both. The guidelines said, “The Institute is planning to conduct classes, holidays, examinations, semester break from October 1 to July 31, after consultation with the Central and State Governments and necessary protocols issued from time to time in view of the COVID-19 pandemic. can.”

The UGC has made it mandatory for universities and colleges to conduct the final session or final year examinations by August 31. The examinations can be conducted offline, online or in both the modes. From October 1, a new academic session will be started in all universities and colleges.

In view of the financial difficulties faced by parents during the pandemic, the commission has asked universities and higher education institutions to ensure that full fees are refunded in case of cancellation of admission or placement of students.

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