Announcing the same policy regarding medical examinations and online classes
It was decided to hold the deferred supplementary examinations of medical and dental colleges in June, and announced a uniform policy for medical examinations and online classes.
According to details, while giving a press conference after the meeting of Vice Chancellors of Medical Universities of Punjab, Vice Chancellor UHS Dr. Javed Akram said that medical students cannot be promoted in the next classes without examinations. Promoting students without exams will harm medical education, said Prof. Khalid Masood Gondal. Medical universities have decided to end their academic sessions on time, online classes have started in medical universities and colleges, this cannot be possible under any circumstances. We cannot put the future of children at stake.
Prof. Khalid Masood Gondal said that it is not possible if we think that we will pass someone without an exam or pass the students by doing something substandard, then 90 students who are out of the country and in such circumstances They will not be able to participate in the exams. All the exams are starting in June and these exams will be of supplementary. 4 halls of 50 supplies are required in which 900 students can sit, so social waste is also required for this.
On the other hand, according to the notification issued by the Controller Examinations, Punjab University, Muhammad Rauf Nawaz, the examinations for BA, BSc Part Two will start from July 22, while the examinations for MA, MSc, B.Com Part Two Starting from September 7, candidates appearing for the Part-II exam should prepare for both the traditional and MCQ-based online exams.
If the government decides to open universities after July 15, the above Part-II examinations will be conducted in the traditional manner. However, if the government closes the university after July 15, the Part-II exams will be conducted online MCQ-based.
Annual examinations for BA, BSc, Associate Degree in Arts and Science Part-I will be held from October 1, while examinations for MA, MSc, B.Com, Associate Degree in Commerce Part-I will start from November 2. ۔ Spokesman Khurram Shehzad said that it has been decided to conduct the Part-I examinations in the traditional manner, however, it is subject to improvement and the government’s permission.