UGC Final Year Exams Supreme Court Decisions 2020 Live Updates in Hindi:- A bench comprising justices Ashok Bhushan, R Subhash Reddy and MR Shah, heard the petitions filed by 31 students from Karnataka, Assam, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Meghalaya and other states today. The petition regarding the University Grants Commission (UGC) circular for compulsory final year or semester exams of various undergraduate and postgraduate courses फाइनल ईयर एग्जाम लेटेस्ट न्यूज़ इन हिंदी at central and state universities, colleges, private universities, deemed universities and other higher education institutions across the country was heard in the Supreme Court today, August 14, 2020. Also, the Supreme Court granted time to the UGC to file reply to the affidavits filed by the government of Delhi and Maharashtra in which they submitted that they will not conduct the exams as per the UGC guidelines.
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The case has been adjourned till August 14 after a hearing in the Supreme Court today, regarding UGC final year or semester examinations. During the hearing today, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the UGC and the government, said that the University Grants Commission is the only body which can make the rules related to the degree and the states cannot amend these rules. Also, not conducting examinations is not in the interest of the students themselves.
During the hearing, senior advocate Singhvi, argued that many such universities do not have the required facility for online examination, to which the apex court said that there is also an option of offline. To this, Singhvi said, “But many people will not be able to take offline exams due to local conditions or illness.” Giving them the option to take the test later will lead to further confusion. ” On this, the court said that it seems to be in the interest of the students.
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In its circular issued on July 6, the UGC had directed the universities to hold the final year or last semester Exsms by September 30, 2020. In the circular, the UGC gave instructions to conduct examinations online or offline or jointly in both online and offline mediums. In the same circular, 31 students from different universities across the country together filed a petition in the Supreme Court.
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The petition filed in the Supreme Court for final year or semester examinations was heard on 31 July. During the hearing, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, who was representing the UGC and the government, had asked to file affidavit by August 7, 2020 to keep the home ministry concerned.
Note: – यूजीसी फाइनल ईयर एग्जाम होगी या नहीं इसको लेकर आपके मन में जो भी डाउट या कन्फूशन/ एग्जाम डेट को लेकर कुछ सुझाव हो तो आप नीचे दिए गये कमेंट बॉक्स में पूछ सकते हो!
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At the same time, during the hearing of the case, advocate Singhvi, appearing for the students, had said that there are many universities across the country which do not have the necessary IT infrastructure to conduct the examinations online. On the other hand, it is not possible to physically conduct examinations in this round of Covid-19.
In the hearing, Justice Ashok Bhushan, Justice R.K. A division bench of Subhash Reddy and Justice MR Shah adjourned the case till August 10 after hearing the arguments of Solicitor General Tushar Mehta and the petitioners’ lawyers.
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On behalf of the Center and the UGC, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta informed the bench that he would convey to the court the approach of the Ministry of Home Affairs. Mehta said that he is worried about final year exams as 209 out of more than eight hundred universities in the country have completed the examination process. He said that at present, about 390 universities are preparing to conduct final year examinations.
Meanwhile, Mehta said that a student should not make the impression right now that the examination will not take place due to the pending case in the apex court and students should continue preparing for their studies.
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