Final year law students to appear for online examination: Bar Council of India

ST Staff
Thursday, 11 June 2020

The examinations in Maharashtra are still in turmoil. Earlier CM of the state announced the cancellation of exams but after the governor's intervention, the students got confused. The student community is protesting for cancellation of exams as COVID-19 remains prevalent.

Mumbai- The government has announced the cancellation of final year examinations in all the universities by grading the students depending on their average marks. Yet, the state government has not passed any official orders regarding this due to which the students are confused. Following the footsteps of the Medical education council and Architecture council, now Bar council of India has also passed the resolution for conducting examination of law students.

Earlier the state Chief Minister Udhav Thackrey declared the cancellation of final year examinations. Later several councils requested to conduct exams. Meanwhile, students protested for not conducting the examinations. Amidst this, now the Bar Council of India has also passed a resolution for examining final year students. The exam will be conducted online as per the resolution. If some students are unable to give online exams, then the universities must look for some other options.

The examinations in Maharashtra are still in turmoil. Earlier CM of the state announced the cancellation of exams but after the governor's intervention, the students got confused. The student community is protesting for cancellation of exams as COVID-19 remains prevalent.

MUHS to conduct final exams
When the state was deciding to cancel exams, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) was firm on conducting examinations. A few days back, Dr Ajit Pathak, Examination Controller declared that exams will be conducted in July and timetable regarding it will be uploaded on the website.

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