University examination begins at 38 centers with covid protocol

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Kanpur landscape. The university exams began on Friday in 38 centers in the district. The exams from BA to M.Com were carried out in three shifts. The test subjects were given one and a half hours. The investigation was conducted everywhere under the surveillance of CCTV cameras.
Because of the corona infection, the university exams will start cautiously from Friday. The seats were disinfected after each shift. The examinees were asked to wear masks before entering. The BA 2nd year Hindi Literature exam took place in the first shift from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Thereafter, in the second shift from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., BA Hindi literature and LLB exams were held in the third year.
In the third shift from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., the M.Com candidates took the exam. Disinfectants were provided in each college. Hand disinfection was carried out before entering the examination room. During this surveillance was carried out by CCTV cameras. Government College Director Dr. Bhuvnesh Srivastava said the students loved the exam.
The examination on the first day was carried out according to the covid protocol. After the exam, the vacated and occupied OMR space was immediately sent to the university by express mail. This system was implemented for the first time. It is strictly followed.
Many candidates left the Pukhrayan exam
Pukhrayans. The university exams began on Friday at RSGU PG College, Prema Devi Mahavidyalaya and Najiri College in Musanagar. According to the Kovid rules, the candidates were admitted to the college gate. Dr. Mukesh Chandra Dwivedi had the students examined at the entrance to the RSGU PG College in town.
Examiner Dr. Parvat Singh said that 38 second year BA students on the first shift, 163 out of 170 students enrolled in the third year of the second shift, took the exam. Here the students of Yashoda Kunwar Mahavidyalaya from Shrirampur, Mahadevi Mahavidyalaya from Shahjahanpur took part. In Prema Katiyar College the students of Vishambharnath College, Pukhrayan, Tathagata Mahila Mahavidyalaya from Chhateni took the exam.
In the morning shift, 41 candidates appeared for the exam around 43 and in the evening shift 71 candidates appeared for the exam. On the other hand, Dr. Sudha Pandey, the Center Administrator of Najiri College, Musanagar, reported that 272 candidates were in attendance versus 287 registered. (Conversation)

Kanpur landscape. The university exams began on Friday in 38 centers in the district. The exams from BA to M.Com were carried out in three shifts. The test subjects were given one and a half hours. The investigation was conducted everywhere under the surveillance of CCTV cameras.

Because of the corona infection, the university exams will start cautiously from Friday. The seats were disinfected after each shift. The examinees were asked to wear masks before entering. The BA 2nd year Hindi Literature exam took place in the first shift from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Thereafter, in the second shift from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., BA Hindi literature and LLB exams were held in the third year.

In the third shift from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., the M.Com candidates took the exam. Disinfectants were provided in each college. Hand disinfection was carried out before entering the examination room. During this surveillance was carried out by CCTV cameras. Government College Director Dr. Bhuvnesh Srivastava said the students loved the exam.

The examination on the first day was carried out according to the covid protocol. After the exam, the vacated and occupied OMR space was immediately sent to the university by express mail. This system was implemented for the first time. It is strictly followed.

Many candidates left the Pukhrayan exam

Pukhrayans. The university exams began on Friday at RSGU PG College, Prema Devi Mahavidyalaya and Najiri College in Musanagar. According to the Kovid rules, the candidates were admitted to the college gate. Dr. Mukesh Chandra Dwivedi had the students examined at the entrance to the RSGU PG College in town.

Examiner Dr. Parvat Singh said that 38 second year BA students on the first shift, 163 out of 170 students enrolled in the third year of the second shift, took the exam. Here the students of Yashoda Kunwar Mahavidyalaya from Shrirampur, Mahadevi Mahavidyalaya from Shahjahanpur took part. In Prema Katiyar College the students of Vishambharnath College, Pukhrayan, Tathagata Mahila Mahavidyalaya from Chhateni took the exam.

In the morning shift, 41 candidates appeared for the exam around 43 and in the evening shift 71 candidates appeared for the exam. On the other hand, Dr. Sudha Pandey, the Center Administrator of Naziri College, Musanagar, reported that 272 candidates were in attendance versus 287 registered. (Conversation)

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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