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PU’s Controller of Examinations Parvinder Singh said that it is a difficult task to conduct the exam during the epidemic. Authorities are taking steps to make the students and students aware of what precautions are to be taken before and after entering the examination center. He said that this time the date sheet will contain details of Kovid-19 standard operating procedures which will be sent to colleges and presidents of the departments.
While officials are planning how to conduct the exam, student teams are up in arms. NSUI submitted a report on why they do not want the exam to be held in July. NSUI President Nikhil Narmeta said that Girls Hostel Nos. 8 and 9 have been converted into isolation wards for Kovid-19 patients. He stated that the ICMR guidelines mention that no isolation ward can remain safe after being vacant for at least 28 days with regular hygiene.
The Punjab University Students Association (PUSU) conducted an online survey among the 18,000 students about the exam. Sharing the results, PUSU leader Gurmekh Sandhu said that 93% of the students felt that they would be exposed to the virus if they traveled away from home, with 90.8% believing that the administration suddenly Their mental health is being affected by the decision, with 91.7% stating that distances to social hostels and campuses were not possible, with 87.6% stating that they do not have online material for exam preparation and 86% believe PU is compromising the quality of education and focusing only on exams.
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