AMU Cancel Entrance Exam 2021, Due to COVID-19

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AMU Cancel Entrance Exam

Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has canceled the entrance examinations scheduled from June 20 to July 11 due to an increase in COVID-19 cases across the state. The official notification said, "Due to the revival of the COVID0-19 pandemic, the admission test schedule for the session 2021-22 has been withdrawn." On the official website, amucontrollerexams.com, the university will post a new timetable. 

New time table on the official website, amucontrollerexams.com, the university will post a new timetable. AMU has also urged students to leave the hostels and return to their homes, according to the latest notification.“Due to a rise in COVID-19 cases across India, the situation has become alarming, and there is a chance of an outbreak spreading to hostels as well. As a result, all students are advised to leave the hostels and return home,” the notification said.

Study in online mode: “Students are encouraged to continue their classes and study work in an online mode,” the statement continued. AMU released updated COVID-19 recommendations on April 5, recommending all workers over the age of 45 to get vaccinated for COVID-19. In addition, the university has requested that all teachers, students, and staff wear masks in their workplaces, classrooms, colleges, libraries, divisions, offices, and centers. All non-university employees, including vendors, are prohibited from entering the campus, and it has been stated that "violation of the protocols will be dealt with strictly in accordance with government guidelines and university regulations."

AMU has decided to cancel remaining exams for classes 10 and 12: Aligarh Muslim University's Board of Secondary and Senior Secondary Education will decide on the assessment scheme and other information for evaluating students' success in the canceled exams. Owing to the coronavirus outbreak, the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has agreed to cancel the remaining papers for Class 10 and 12. The hearings for the pending papers were set for July 6 to 9.

The university controller of exams said, "The evaluation scheme and other information to assess the performance of students in the canceled examinations will be as determined by the Board of Secondary and Senior Secondary Education, Aligarh Muslim University." Students are encouraged to check the university's official website for updates on a regular basis. AMU had previously announced that teachers' summer vacations would begin on June 15 and end on June 20.

Exams for Class 10 and Class 12 have been canceled by both CBSE and ICSE. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) told the Supreme Court on Thursday that it had agreed to postpone the Class 10 and Class 12 board exams, which were scheduled to take place from July 1 to 15. It also informed the Supreme Court that Class 12 students can choose to have their exams postponed, but that this option is not available to Class 10 students. The CBSE's evaluation program, which was prepared to test students for the canceled papers, was approved by the court on Friday. The Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) also informed the Supreme Court that it would adhere to the CBSE's evaluation plan. The ICSE, on the other hand, stated that students from both classes would be able to sit for the exam in the future.

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