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University officials said the decision was taken following complaints submitted by students, parents and student unions against the variety that conducted examinations during the epidemic. KTU’s BTech Honors examinations started on 26 June and the final semester engineering examinations were to start on 1 July.
Until a few days ago the university refused to accept the demand for a change in the exam date. Instead, the authorities claimed that all precautionary arrangements have been made, including social discrimination, to conduct the exam, following Kovid’s criteria. He said that the students who would be impossible to take the exam would be given another chance to take the exam in the month of October. According to Varsity officials, a large number of students were received from employers through the campus recruitment drive, given all the hurdles that the placement semester attempts to conduct final semester exams. Shashi Tharoor MP was among those who appealed to the state government and related universities in the state to rescind their decision to conduct the exam at the time of Kovid.
KTU University Vice Chancellor MS Rajashree said Varsity’s academic committee would take further decisions to conduct the examinations. The examination standing committee of the University Syndicate which took place here on Monday morning has decided to postpone the examinations. Pro Vice Chancellor of KTU S. Ayub chaired the subcommittee meeting which was attended by Syndicate members P O J Labba, C Satheesh and G Venugopal.
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