Union Minister of Education Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ on Friday said politics should be kept away from education as he welcomed the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold UGC guidelines on conducting final year exams for university students.
“I heartily welcome the decision taken by the Supreme Court with respect to the final year exams. Let’s keep politics away from education and educate our politics,” Nishank tweeted.
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The Supreme Court on Friday said that states and universities cannot promote university students without holding final year exams by September 30.
Upholding the UGC decision to hold the exams, a bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan said if any state feels they cannot conduct exams by that date amid the coronavirus pandemic, they must approach the UGC for new dates.
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The bench also comprising justices R S Reddy and M R Shah said states are required to hold final year exams as per UGC guidelines and for any exemption they will have to seek permission.
The UGC had earlier said that the July 6 guidelines are based on recommendations of experts and have been made after due deliberation and it is wrong to claim that it will not be possible to conduct the final examinations in terms of the guidelines. PTI GJS DPB
Courtesy: hindustan times
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