- MBBS and BDS exams for college students of the College of Well being Sciences is not going to be held on-line
- Varsity’s VC Professor Javed Akram makes it clear that it’s not attainable to carry on-line exams
- Coronavirus customary working procedures might be adopted in the course of the exams, says VC
The MBBS and BDS exams for college students of the College of Well being Sciences in Punjab is not going to be held on-line, the varsity’s vice-chancellor mentioned on Friday.
The UHS Vice-Chancellor Professor Javed Akram met Pakistan Medical College students Motion Committee Chairperson Dr Nouman Wattoo and different members of the coed committee on Friday.
The varsity’s VC made it clear that on-line exams weren’t attainable opposite to the scholars’ calls for who’ve rallied throughout a number of cities in opposition to in-person examinations as a result of prevalent coronavirus state of affairs.
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He mentioned 4 months will go to waste in preparation for on-line exams and that the federal government had already made its announcement to open universities from February 1.
The VC mentioned coronavirus customary working procedures might be adopted in the course of the exams. After the idea exams, the coed motion committee might be taken into confidence for sensible exams.
Dr Akram mentioned that the protection and well being of the scholars was the college’s high precedence. “Students should focus on their studies.”
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Furthermore, the vice-chancellor mentioned that the administration would look into the matter of the scholars from Azad Jammu and Kashmir, who might be unable to attend the exams as a result of lockdown.
It’s pertinent to say right here that college students throughout the nation have taken to the streets and social media to protest in opposition to in-person examinations. The protesters maintained that their universities ought to maintain on-line exams as that they had studied for a number of months via on-line lessons.