“The semester exams for legislation programs have been postponed from September 21 and intermediate exams from October 5 as sought by the scholars in view of the pandemic nonetheless persisting throughout the state, a KSLU official from Hubballi within the state’s northwest area informed IANS.
The choice to postpone the exams was taken after consultations with State Regulation and Parliamentary Affairs Minister J.C. Madhuswsamy right here on Wednesday.
“Last yr exams, nevertheless, will likely be carried out on-line in October, as directed by the Bar Council of India,” stated the official.
The college will begin common courses on-line from September 1 to make up for the time misplaced as schools remained shut since April beneath the Covid-induced lockdown restrictions.
The semester and intermediate exams will likely be held solely after courses resume usually for 45 days to 2 months.
“Although the scholars will likely be briefly promoted to the subsequent semester primarily based on their efficiency within the inside exams held until March, however they need to take the exams when they’re held within the close to future,” asserted the official.
The state larger schooling division had earlier determined to advertise the under-graduate and post-graduate college students to the subsequent semester, as courses couldn’t be resumed as a result of prolonged lockdown and Covid disaster.
Lots of of scholars of the legislation schools throughout the state expressed aid over the college suspending the exams, as a lot of them from outdoors the state and rural areas had been staying again at dwelling as instructional institutes continued to stay shut on this educational yr.