Universities defer examinations new decision to follow

 Universities defer examinations new decision to follow

Universities defer examinations new decision to follow

Cluster University Srinagar

The Cluster University Saturday deferred the offline assessments in view of the spike in COVID cases fuelled by the new infection variant Omicron. A notification gave with this impact by Controller Examinations at CUS said that the revised schedule for the examinations, which were scheduled from Monday, January 17 will be notified separately.

Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST)

Register Islamic university of science and Technology (IUST) Awantipora Prof Naseer Iqbal said the varsity has not taken any call about the forthcoming assessment of the University. Some representatives of the varsity have tested COVID19 positive. The Vice-Chancellor will take an approach on Monday which will be conveyed appropriately,” he told Greater Kashmir.

University of Kashmir

Professor Irshad Ahmad Nawchoo said that we don’t have any UG exams planned as of now. The University have also conceded assessment of the Law office while MBBS second year proficient assessment has been required to be postponed also,” he said.
Concerning the University Post-Graduate (PG) level assessments arranged by certain departments, he said the decision will be declared on Monday. “PG exams are led by the concerned departments. However, most of them have already conceded the exams and others will take call on Monday,” he said. Remarkably, around 15 persons tests COVID19 positive in KU following which the University specialists shut the administrative blocks on Friday. “Saturday and Sunday were occasions in the University so the new decision for continuing work in administrative blocks will be taken on Monday,” a University official said. 

Central University of Kashmir

The control of  examination Central University of Kashmir (CUK) Prof Farooq Ahmad Mir said no exams  were planned till mid-January according to the academic schedule of the University.
“We had planned to begin the tests from February end. However, the decision will be taken likewise according to the covid-19 situation,” he said.

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