By Prittle Prattle News
Supreme Court has announced that the degrees cannot be granted without the examinations. Supreme Court has announced the final verdict on the petitions challenging UGC’s guidelines on last year’s university exams. SC said that Exams are mandatory, and states can approach UGC for an extension on the exam dates. Refusing the quash of the July 6 guidelines issued by the University Grants Commission (UGC), the apex court said States and UTs could not promote students without final-year exams. The court heard a clutch of petitions against the UGC’s directive to all the universities to conduct final year exams before September 30.
Supreme Court says that States/UTs cannot promote final years students without examination as ordered by UGC. However, States and UTs have been given liberty to approach the UGC to seek postponement of the exams in light of the COVID 19 pandemic situation and disappointed by the Supreme Court’s decision in favor of UGC to conduct the exams.
Exams are given more importance in our country than the lives of a student.
Prittle Prattle News was hoping the decision in favor of students and UGC, but it couldn’t happen. In my opinion, the question is not about just exam only, and it’s also about a lack of student’s life in this pandemic crisis.
This will lead to a severe spike in the number of COVID cases across the nation.
I don’t know if I am wrong or not, but don’t you think this is a brilliant way of population control and profitable business for hospitals and the health care system? I mean, no one can blame the government for mass genocide, which is bound to happen.