MP: Students to get second chance to give exams

MP: Students to get second chance to give exams

BHOPAL [Maha Media]: Higher Education Minister Dr Mohan Yadav said that (education) session of such students of first and second session of post graduate course of Universities who are unable to give exams due to covid will not be allowed to get spoiled. Such students will be able to give exam within ten days of exams are over. He told that amid the challenges of corona period, quality of higher education will be maintained in state so that degree of students should not be valued lesser during placement in country and abroad. 

He said that government colleges have enough land. For its better use and to provide adequate doctors to state, a proposal will be sent to government to open medical college in Gwalior, Ujjain and Bhopal. He directed that all seats should be filled in counseling of B. Ed and in courses of Higher Education. If students do not take admission after selection then such seat should be filled through waiting list. On need, phases of counseling will be increased. He directed that entire process should be completed within a week. He also directed to remove the discrepancies coming in disposal of pension of retiring officers. This work should be done before three months of their retirement. 

To ensure maximum job opportunities, he directed to establish Skill Development University. He directed officers to acquire information about Rajasthan and Haryana universities. Meeting was attended by Additional Chief Secretary Higher Education Shailendra Singh, Commissioner Deepak Singh and others. 
 

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