“These” course exams will be taken offline

According to the latest reports, all examinations of professional courses of Bombay Universities that include Engineering, Law, Pharmacy, and MCA will stand offline. these exams which will be the first offline test for university students after a two-year interval will be a fusion of descriptive and multiple-choice questions.

On the basis of the reports, the circular distributed Wednesday, February 23 at the end of the day offers students submitting descriptive memories a choice of upgrading. However, a decision regarding final semester exams for all traditional undergraduate courses has yet to be made.

This time, the university has decided to hold exams for all professional courses in offline mode. In addition, a uniform schedule and question papers will be provided by the university. For the said courses, 60 points will be for the descriptive questions while 20 points will be for the MCQ.

It has been reported that the law exams will also be conducted offline, where 30 points will be for descriptive questions and 30 points for MCQs. For the BEd, semesters 1 and 3 (backlog) will be online, while semesters 2 and 4 will be offline.

On the other hand, the practical exams will begin from March 21 in online/offline mode. After consultation with the local district administration, offline exams will be held at college level.

Similarly, papers in descriptive format can be given for upgrading, those in MCQ format cannot. Those who fail the online exams for technical reasons will be granted an additional attempt. Colleges were asked to inform students in advance of the mode and format of the exam.

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