Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari on Thursday solicited the Vice-Chancellors from non-agrarian colleges to finish the whole cycle of directing the last year’s assessments including the presentation of results by 31st October this year.
“The Governor of Maharashtra Bhagat Singh Koshyari in his ability as Chancellor of Universities today solicited the Vice-Chancellors from nonagricultural colleges to finish the whole cycle of leading the last year assessments including the presentation of results by 31st October 2020,” read a press articulation from Raj Bhavan in Maharashtra.
The Governor requested that all colleges start the functional assessments from 15th September.
The Education Minister Uday Samant, Minister of State Prajakt Tanpure, Chairman of the Committee of Vice-Chancellors on Examination Dr. Suhas Pednekar, and Additional Chief Secretary, Higher and Technical Education Rajiv Jalota was available at Raj Bhavan.
The Vice-Chancellors were approached to consider leading assessments utilizing the ideal component, including MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)/OMR Optical Mark Recognition strategy and to consider directing independent assessments just in exceptional cases.
The gathering concluded that the Vice-Chancellors should hold the gathering of the Board of Examinations and Academic Council inside the following 2 or 3 days and set up their time tables at the soonest.
It was additionally concluded that after the conversation of the Academic Council, the Disaster Management Committee might be drawn closer to clear the issue at the soonest, according to the Governor.
Considering the deficiency of time accessible for setting question papers, the Governor requested that colleges facilitate with the Savitribai Phule Pune University and the University of Mumbai and different colleges for getting ready inquiry banks.
Prior, on the directions of the Governor, Vice-Chancellors of all non-farming colleges notified the Governor of the readiness made by their colleges to lead assessments and announce results inside the specified time.
The Governor complimented the Vice-Chancellors of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Agricultural Universities, and the MAFSU for leading their assessments according to plan.