As per UGC, the guidelines regarding intermediate semester/ year examinations will remain unchanged as notified on 29th April, 2020. The University Grants Commission (UGC) held a meeting Monday to discuss the recommendations submitted by two expert committees, including one on conducting common admission tests for academic degree programmes. UGC Guidelines 2020 for University Examinations. (ii) Intermediate Semester/Year - 16.07.2020 to 31.07.2020. UGC issues guidelines on examination & academic due to COVID-19 Lock-down in India . @PIB_India @MIB_India @DDNewslive — Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank (@DrRPNishank) June 24, 2020 The UGC … UGC made it clear that the guidelines regarding intermediate semester/ year examinations will ... UGC had issued guidelines on examinations and an academic calendar for the universities in view of COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown on April 29. Terminal Semester Students: exams will be held in the month of July. If necessity arises, provisional admissions may also be made and relevant documents of qualifying examination may be accepted up to 30.09.2020. UGC Guidelines 2020: Final Year university examinations may be postponed until the end of September, but must be conducted in either online or offline mode, the University Grants Commission (UGC) decided on Monday evening. The guidelines regarding intermediate semester/ year examination, as notified on 29.04.2020 will remain unchanged. The recommendation in the guidelines are – Intermediate Semester – The students of Intermediate semester that means the students who are not in their first and last semester will be graded on internal assessment of the present and last semester. According to the guidelines … In states where the COVID-19 situation has normalized, there will be exams in the month of July. The guidelines regarding intermediate semester/year examination as notified on 29.4.2020 shall remain unchanged. University Grants Commission (UGC), the regulator for Higher Education, yesterday released a suggestive academic calendar and guidelines for the new semester. If need be, the relevant details pertaining to the Admissions and Academic Calendar in the universities and colleges shall be issued separately in place of those mentioned in the earlier guidelines issued on 29/04/2020. 2. The foundation for revisited guidelines shall be health and safety students, teachers and staff. UGC Guidelines for University Exams 2020: The University Grants Commission (UGC) will not recommend cancellation of the final semester (or final-year) examination, the higher education regulator decided in a meeting held Monday. Here’s what you need to know. 2. The Minister highlighted that the admissions to the UG and PG programmes for the session 2020-21 may be completed by 31.08.2020. Students with back-logs should "compulsorily" take the examinations. The commission said the intermediate semester students will be graded based on internal assessment of the present and previous semester while the exams for the terminal semester students will be held in the month of July. The guidelines regarding intermediate semester/ yewar examination, as notified on 29/04/2020 will remain unchanged. If need be, the relevant details pertaining to the Admissions and Academic Calendar in the universities and colleges shall be issued separately in place of those mentioned in the earlier guidelines issued on 29th April 2020. by Swarajya Staff - Apr 30, 2020 07:56 AM. For those batches in the 2019-2020 academic year, their pending examinations have to conduct from first to fifteenth of July 2020 (for final semester or year) and from sixteenth to thirty first of July 2020 (for intermediate semester or year). The UGC guidelines for the final year examination 2020 are expected to be released by University Grants Commission (UGC) on July 1 on UGC official website ugc.ac.in. UGC in its newly released guidelines also brought up the provision of Examination through Special Chance. Intermediate Semester Students: Will be graded based on internal assessment of the present and previous semester. I have advised the @ugc_india to revisit the guidelines issued earlier for intermediate and Terminal Semester examinations and academic calendar.