There was a circular issued by the University Grants Commission (UGC) that wasn’t real. All the universities will conduct the examinations in person, according to the circular. Social media sites are spreading a circular that is not legitimate, according to the UGC. UGC has tweeted about this fake notice. There has been no notice sent out by the University Grants Commission about this public notice.
A public notice regarding offline examinations in universities is circulating on social media & claims to be issued by @ugc_india
— UGC INDIA (@ugc_india) February 6, 2022
The COVID-19 protocol allows colleges and universities to administer exams offline while keeping a physical distance. The fake notice states that as a result of this, all universities will still follow the COVID-19 protocol but all current and future semester exams will be held offline at their home centres. Universities are asked to prepare for offline examinations by taking the necessary precautions.”
The University Grants Commission says that no such notification has been sent out. A similar advisory has not been published by the Commission.
In addition, starting February 7, 2022, all classes will be held in person at Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). Library services as well as academic, teaching, and learning activities can now be conducted offline.
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