Gurugram University refuses demand of online exams by students

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Gurugram, Haryana

The Gurugram University has decided to conduct offline exams, following a consensus with the officials. However, the students of the university protested against offline exams.

Gurugram students were protesting against the offline exams. On Wednesday, Gurugram University refused to conduct online exams and confirmed to go ahead with offline exams. The decision was taken at a special meeting, held under the chairmanship of Vice-Chancellor Dinesh Kumar.

“Based on the suggestions of everyone in the meeting and keeping in mind the quality of education in the interest of the students, it was decided that the examinations would be conducted as per the guidelines given by the university earlier,” an official had stated.

In a message to the students, the vice-chancellor said the question is not about the examination, but the importance of getting a degree. It is related to the future and life of thousands of students. That is why we have taken the decision, keeping in mind the future of all the students.”

Gurugram University students protested on Tuesday against offline exams. Police dispersed the students as the students had blocked the main road in front of the university in Sector 51. Some of the students also posted their views against offline exams on social media.

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