- KU clarifies it will maintain exams through a hybrid mode — on-line and in-person
- The weightage of the marks can be 40% in-person and 60% on-line, says KU’s spokesperson
- College students affected by COVID-19 usually are not allowed to seem within the exams
The College of Karachi on Friday clarified that it will not solely go for on-line exams because the mode of evaluation of a pupil’s efficiency, after a “fake” notification began circulating on social media.
The cast notification falsely claimed that KU has determined to take all of the terminal examinations on-line as a substitute of following the hybrid mode — a mixture of on-line and in-person exams.
Chatting with Geo.television, the spokesperson stated that the college had not taken any new choice and that it will observe what was determined earlier.
In line with KU’s earlier choices, a hybrid mode of evaluation will likely be adopted with 40% of the weightage for a pupil’s grade assigned to the in-person examination and 60% to the remainder of the course work if a combined instructing technique was adopted.
For departments that held on-line lessons solely, on-line examinations could also be held.
“The weightage for in-person examinations cannot be more than 40% of the total marks,” the notification issued by the varsity had stated.
The second-semester examinations are scheduled from January 25 to February 15, 2021.
College students affected by COVID-19 usually are not allowed to seem within the examination and have been suggested to submit an software to their division’s chairperson together with the check report.
The affected college students’ exams can be carried out on a later date, the notification stated.