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Dear Students!!! Bangalore University has declared the Bangalore University B.COM 6th Sem Result. Students who have appeared for the examination can check Bangalore University Result 2020 from here. To check the result, students have to provide the “register number”. Online Mark Sheet is very helpful to check the gained marks. Students are advised that the online mark sheet is just for information. It must not be considered as the final mark sheet. Within a month of the declaration of the result, students can collect the original mark sheet from the respective colleges.
All examinations of Bengaluru University, Bangalore Central University, Bangalore North University which were scheduled to be held on 25.9.2020 and 28.9.2020 are postponed. Next dates will be informedOfficial Notification of Bangalore Central University
BCU Exam.jpgOfficial Notification of Bangalore North University
Bengaluru: Bangalore University announced it will hold revision classes from September 1 for final year students appearing for the exams. “These are not regular classes but only supplementary sessions. There is no compulsion for students to attend them,” said BU vice-chancellor K R Venugopal.
The announced will assure students who are scared that classes will be canceled again as guidelines from the Centre says colleges and schools will remain shut till September 30.
“The government had promised us a month of regular classes before the exams are conducted. It then came down to 15 days and now 10 days. I hope it stays as our online classes have not reached all students. The worry is also about practicals,” said an undergraduate student in a BU-affiliated college.
Colleges said they are well-prepared to receive students on campus from September 1. “There can be no exams without classes. We have made all preparations based on SOPs that were given to us by the university and we are confident of conducting classes,” said B G Satyaprakash of GT Group of Institutions.
On 18th August 2020, the Supreme Court of India reserved its order on the plea filed by final year students seeking the cancelation of exams against the University Grants Commission (UGC) guidelines. Although the court has suspended the hearing on August 18, the final decision is yet to come.
The Supreme Court has granted three days to the UGC and all other parties concerned with the case to file their written arguments.
The Court will give its final decision on whether the states under the disaster management act hold the power to postpone the exams by going against the UGC guidelines that will further be concluded on Monday.
As per the UGC guidelines, the final year students will have to appear for final year exams while the intermediate students will be promoted based on past semesters and internal assessment results.
Now the students and Indian institutions are waiting for Supreme Court’s verdict that will be announced soon. The court is however expected to announce its decision by Monday.
The three-tier bench comprising of Justice R. Subhash Reddy, Justices Ashok Bhushan, and MR Shah heard the hearing on 18th August and therefore reserved the orders of conducting final year exams until the next hearing. The three-judge bench heard the arguments from Maharashtra, Delhi, and West Bengal before reserving its orders.What does UGC Guidelines Demand?
The UGC guidelines issued on July 6, 2020, are no different from the guidelines issued on April 22, 2020.
According to the UGC guidelines issued on April 22, the UGC instructed Indian Universities to conduct exams by August 31. Whereas the revised guidelines issued on July 6, commands Universities to conduct exams by 30th September.
The University Grant Commission has mandated the conduct of final year exams. The UGC initiated the decision as it felt that the knowledge of the students can only be assessed with the results of exams.Students Demands Cancelation of Final Year Exams??
Students feel that the commencement of exams amid coronavirus will risk their health and safety. The petition seeking cancelation of final year exams have been filed in the Supreme Court to emphasize the issues concerning Covid-19 cases. The commencement of final year exams at the time of pandemic will lead to a horrifying situation.
So the students are seeking cancellation of final year exams and demanding UGC to withdrew its guidelines. Therefore, the students demand promotion based on the previous semester’s performances.
The Maharashtra and Delhi government have also expressed their concerns owing to the coronavirus situation in the country.
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UGC has clarified its stand, has shared that the final year exams may be postponed but cannot be cancelled by state… The court has concluded the hearing and reserved its order for now.
Final Year University Exams can be postponed or delayed but cannot be cancelled. Replying to the Supreme Court, the University Grants Commission argued that the degrees cannot be granted without examinations as it was a statutory mandate. It has further stated that the universities may seek to push back the September 30 deadline but cannot decide to cancel the examination.
Answering to the many representations and the argument in regards the Disaster Management Act and authority of State Governemnt to overrule UGC Guidelines, SG Mehta representing UGC stated that under the DM Act, the Central Government does have the supremacy to decide. He further argued that the entire country is working. “The students are 21-22 year olds. Can you really believe that they will not be going out ?” he questioned.SC Decision on UGC Case on Final Year Exams 2020
Supreme Court has reserved its order in the UGC Case. The court has asked all the parties to submit a note on their submissions within three days. It is expected that the SC would announce its decision on the UGC Case after the submissions are made. It has further stated that interventions are not permitted.
SC heard the arguments on the pleas filed against the UGC Guidelines 2020 which mandate that the university examinations must be conducted for the final year students by September 30. The three judge bench constituting of Justices Ashok Bhushan, R Subhash Reddy and MR Shah heard the case for and against UGC guidelines.
Arguments were presented by the counsel for Yuva Sena in matters regarding Maharashtra University Examinations as well as the counsels representing West Bengal, Odisha and Delhi Governments. SG Tushar Mehta and Senior Advocate PS Narsimha presented arguments for the UGC’s stand on conducting the examination.Case Presented by the Petitioners for cancelling final year exams
Representing the students, Advocate Datar pointed out that the safety and welfare of the students was of paramount importance. He further pointed out that UGC had allowed the universities to chart their own course. "When the UGC back then, said chart your own course, how can they now make it mandatory,” he argued.
Justices had various questions regarding the final year examinations and if they could be skipped. They asked if the petitioners were asking for the first five semester exams/ assessment to be considered. To this the counsel answered in affirmative, stating that the student who has cleared all the exams till March 25 had completed 5 semesters and about 85% of the course.
Justice Bhushan countered that a standard as set by UGC was required. “If there is a standard fixed by UGC that without final exam, a degree cannot be given, can universities really decide to cancel the final exam? Then all the universities will come up with their own method,” shared Justice Bhushan.
Senior Advocate Jaideep Gupta representing an Organization of Teachers from West Bengal argued that internal assessment would suffice. “For those who have to take the final examination, significant portion of their examination and assessment is already complete. There is no difference between other exams and last examination,” he submitted.
Adv. Gupta further asked for the UGC Guidelines of July 6 be struck down. He argues that UGC did not hold ‘effective consultation’ as was required. “On legal arguments, this order is an executive order and is in violation of Article 14 and is arbitrary and unreasonable. This is against the Wednesbury rule. They have not even taken into consideration the difficulties faced by the State to hold offline exams. This order has to go.”
Senior Counsel KV Vishwanathan representing Delhi Government also argued that the State was well within its right to cancel the examination. “This is in pith and substance an issue of public health and states have control over it under A. 239AA (for Delhi),” he argued. He further stated that there was a class divide where the poor students were at a disadvantage.
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Pleas have been filed against the UGC Guidelines 2020 as per which final year examinations for universities must be conducted. The Supreme Court of India, SC has been hearing the plea petition and is expected to hear UGC’s stand today. Cases filed by students as well as Yuva Sena as well as a Law Students would be heard by the Supreme Court. Check out live updates from the hearing of August 14, 2020.
SG Mehta on Disaster Managament Act and UGC Guidelines’ statute vis a vis. He argues that the DM Act has been designed in a manner where in a disaster can be a local disaster or a disaster that affects the entire country. Referring to the term Central Government. He states that the only question that needs to be answered is whether a university;s decision can override the Guidelines. Under the Act, he argues, the Central Government does have the supremacy to decide.
The parents of most of her peers too come from similar backgrounds. “They work as daily wage workers engaged either in agricultural work or construction
BENGALURU: “My father, a construction worker, lost his job during the lockdown, and it’s difficult for him to find another job right now,” said Sumukhi (name changed), a student of Bangalore City University, who is finding it difficult to pay her exam fee.
The parents of most of her peers too come from similar backgrounds. “They work as daily wage workers engaged either in agricultural work or construction. We are struggling to pay college fees and now another set of fees has piled up,” she said.
Recently, BCU declared August 15 as the deadline for filing applications and payment of exam fee, the details of which were uploaded on its website on July 24. “Our situation has been overlooked. Institutes have started acting like everything is back to normal when it is not. Most of my batchmates are considering taking a gap year and doing part-time jobs,” Sumukhi said.
She is not alone. “Many families have lost their jobs and incomes… and it’s been a difficult task to earn a livelihood itself,” said Sithara H M, Bengaluru district president, All-India Democratic Students’ Organisation. “The government should consider this year an extraordinary one and waive all fees related to exams and admissions. We urge the government not to collect examination fees as the pandemic situation continues to worsen,” she added.
The university will conduct practical exams and viva for fourth-semester students of Master’s Programmes between September 15 and 21. The university has already announced on its website that the fourth-semester written exams will be held from September 1-14. Exams to clear backlogs of second semester will be held from September 22 to 30, after the practical exams.
However, exams for second-semester students will not be conducted, in line with government directions, BCU said. Instead, students will be evaluated based on their performances in the internal examinations and the previous semester’s exams.
The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) has declared the first online training program of its kind. Course, Action Research in Educational Technology, Central Institute of Educational Technology (CIET), State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERTERT), District Education and Training Institutes (DIETs), and State Institute of Education (SIEs) for Primary Teacher educators by NCERT.
As per the National Council of Educational Research and Training, the curriculum has been developed to help teachers conduct “action research” to solve their educational issues.
The course will furnish conceptual understanding of the techniques of action research. However, An official statement stated that aspirants would need to formulate a proposal on action research in their sectors of work.
Till August 30, teachers with a research background can apply for the teacher program. For more detailed information and application forms you can visit the official website of the board ncert.nic.in.
NCERT announced that aspirants should also be aware of the simple tasks of working with computers. Moreover, the course duration is seven weeks and consists of 2 credits.
An official statement said participants were required to study two hours per week. There will be five modules, and one module will be examined per week with one hour per week through net meeting
Furthermore, the aspirants ought to have a computer system with a good Internet facility to take part in everyday training.
Moreover, members must also be skilled to access the webcam with earphones, such that chat and different highlights can be completely used, and students can learn easily through this online training program, the statement said.
The course fee is Rs 1,000 for government organizations and Rs 3,000 for non-government organizations
There will be no course fee for the interior staff of NCERT (NIE, IREs, CIET, CIVE).
images-18-1.jpegSTATE GOVERNMENT ASSUMES SCHOOL TO REOPEN IN SEPTEMBER
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, all the schools and educational institutions along with offices are shut down. The reports of closing schools till December is checked again and again by the authorities. It is still not confirmed that schools will be closed until December.
According to the government agency, the Central Government has not made this decision yet. All the schools are shut down since March. The Education Minister said that schools will reopen only after discussing with the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Human Affairs. When the situation gets normal, the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Human Affairs will decide when it is safe to reopen schools.
State Government of Assam, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal and Goa are assuming the schools to reopen from September. But parents are not ready to send their children in such a critical situation. Although cases are under control with a good recovery rate, but, it is not safe for the students to go to school.WEAKER SECTIONS DO NOT HAVE PROPER ACCESS TO EDUCATION TOOLS
Many parents want the school authorities to reduce the syllabus and continue online classes. There are many students belonging to the weaker section of society. They do not have access to online education tools. That is why it is difficult to choose between online classes or classroom education.SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WILL BE TAKEN IN SCHOOLS
It is certain that whenever schools will reopen, things will not be ‘normal’ as before. School authorities will take care of safety measures and precautions to protect everyone. It will be compulsory for everyone to wear masks and have sanitizers along with them.STUDENTS TILL CLASS 5 WILL NOT GO TO SCHOOL
SCHOOL AUTHORITIES WILL CALL CLASS 9 TO 12 FIRST
HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal said that there will some changes in the education system. School authorities will modify seating arrangements, change timings, and divide classes into different sections. Schools will reopen in a phased manner and students of class 9 to 12 will be called first.
According to the ministry, it is not sure for students who are in class 1 to 5 of 6 to 10 years of age to go back to classroom education. These days, teachers are providing online lectures to students. Due to coronavirus pandemic, the education ministry was going to declare this year as ‘zero academic year’.COLLEGE WILL REOPEN IN NOVEMBER OR DECEMBER
For college students, the higher education secretary said that students who will enroll in college this year will join in November-December. There will be proper facilities to conduct exams and classes for which students enrolled.
The United Nations Information Centers (UNICs) is inviting applications for public information interns. The INTERN – PUBLIC INFORMATION – Hindi is a temporary job opening. The UNIC internship post is available under the global communication duty department. The UNIC internship is located in New Delhi in the United Nations Information Centre.
The United Nations Information Centers belong to the Strategic Communications Division (SCD), Information Centres Services (ICS) of the Global Communication department. The UNICs are further responsible for the supports of objectives and activities of, promoting greater public understanding of, the UN by transmitting data to the people working in the organization.Working Hours and Duration of UNIC Internship
The UNICs internship is unpaid. The interns qualifying for the internship will have to work 35 hours per weak (five days a week) under the supervision of the supervisors and staff members in the office or department to which they are appointed.Skill Required for the UNIC Internship
Students applying for United Nations Information Centers must have communication, client orientation, and teamwork skills. The applicant must have a will to learn and work towards the achievement of organizational goals.Job Profile & Responsibilities
• The selected interns will support and assist UNIC staff in executing UN events and campaigns for the duration period of the internship.Education and Qualification
• Assist the UNC team in developing content for the UNIC website and various social media platforms.
• Administer background and research work for campaigns and events.
• Deliver logistical and organizing support for campaigns and events.
• Support UNRC/UNIC joint communication team with campaigns and events.
• Type and translate several reports and documents in the Hindi language.
• Perform various other daily responsibilities as per the organization’s needs.
Students who wish to apply for the internship with the United Nation Internship Program are required to fulfill the below-mentioned criteria:
-Candidates must satisfy any one of the below-mentioned criteria:
• Enrolled/persuing a post-graduation degree
• Enrolled in the last year of the undergraduate degree
• Completed under-graduation/post-graduation
-Competitors must possess computer knowledge and should be computer literate in basic software applications.
-The applicant must show a keen interest in the work and job of the United Nations and must have a personal obligation to the objectives of the organization.
-Students must possess the ability to interact with people of different backgrounds, beliefs, and cultures. Furthermore, the candidate must retain a willingness to understand and try to be tolerant if accepting different views and opinions.Prior Work Experience Required for UNIC Internship
The candidates are not required to possess any prior professional work experience for applying for the internship. However, students must have a good command of English and Hindi language as the internship demands for the same. Students willing to apply for the internship can apply before 16th August by visiting United Nations Information Centers.
Link to apply- [https://careers.un.org/lbw/jobdetail.aspx?id=139424](link url)
The Supreme Court has been informed by the Ministry of Home Affairs that it has allowed the limited opening of educational institutions to conduct the final year exams in accordance with the guidelines issued by the University Grants Commission (UGC) on July 6.
In an official notice by the UGC, the Universities/Colleges have been directed to conduct the final year exams before September 30, 2020. The college can use either online, offline, or a blended model to conduct these examinations. the guidelines of the UGC have been challenged through various petitions in the apex court.
In an affidavit, the MHA has informed the Supreme Court that during Unlock 3.0, it has allowed the opening of educational institutions after taking into consideration, the academic interests of many students.
The affidavit said that after taking into consideration, the academic interest of a large number of students, it has been decided by the MHA to grant the exemption for the opening of educational institutions for the holding of evaluation/examinations work for final year exams.
The matter is expected to be taken up by the apex court on Friday.
On July 6, all the colleges and universities were asked by the UGC to complete their final year exams by September 30.
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