Academic and Examination Calendar of Universities will be revised in Bihar
Bihar Governor cum Chancellor Fagu Chauhan has instructed the universities of the state to ensure that the future of students is fully protected even in the time of Corona crisis. Make changes to academic calendar and exam calendar. They should be rearranged in a new way, so that the academic session is minimally affected. Also, the protocol of social distancing can also be fully followed in a safe environment.
The Governor on Tuesday reviewed the educational activities of Purnia University, Lalit Narayan Mithila University, Kameshwar Singh Darbhanga Sanskrit University and BN Mandal University, Madhepura through video conferencing from Raj Bhavan.
The Governor said that according to the instructions of the UGC, all universities should consider conducting their examinations in a systematic manner in line with government directives, considering them in their academic councils. This year, the conduct of examinations and publication of examinations should be done in such a time that there is no interference in starting the academic session next year. According to the UGC guidelines, Shri Chouhan directed to start the online process of enrollment in undergraduate and postgraduate classes this year.
In the meeting, Vice Chancellor of Purnia University, Purnia and BN Mandal University, Madhepura informed that online lectures related to the prescribed courses have been made available to the students in sufficient form.
The governor also gave these instructions
– Complete the preparations related to NAC assessment as soon as possible.
– Those who are grading, try better grading
– Clear the roster vacancies of University Assistant Professor and give it to the Education Department
The meeting was attended by the Principal Secretary to the Governor Chaitanya Prasad, VC of Purnia University and Prof VC in charge of LNMU and KSD Darbhanga. Rajesh Singh, Vice Chancellor in-charge of BN Mandal University, Madhepura, Prof. Gyananjaya Dwivedi and senior officers of the Governor’s Secretariat and Education Department were also present.