Education is swiping every day. Presidency University has distributed outcomes for both undergrad and post-graduate courses, assessing papers of the last semester by giving equivalent weightage to past exhibitions and inner appraisal, Vice-Chancellor Anuradha Lohia said on Saturday.
Administration turned into the second college in West Bengal to distribute results in the midst of the CIVID-19 pandemic after Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT).
Consequences of Presidency University were out on Friday, Lohia said including that 50 percent of all out imprints depended on ceaseless interior evaluations and the lay on home task and activities and understudies are cheerful.
A college official said that 90 percent of the last year understudies went in both under-graduate and post-graduate levels with more than 70 percent marks.
In the wake of the flare-up of coronavirus, the training division has chosen to drop the terminal semester assessments of all streams in state-run and supported colleges.
On June 27, it gave a warning proposing that the colleges grant 80 percent weightage on the best total score by a competitor in past semesters and 20 percent on inner appraisal for assessment of conclusive semester papers.
Be that as it may, the office had no issue with Presidency’s choice to settle on 50:50 proportion.
Each higher instructive organization has the self-rule to choose it’s own assessment procedure relying upon the circumstance, training division official said.
The proposed 80:20 proportion would have influenced consequences of the current semester of conclusive year understudies and the association had the option to arrange it to 50:50, Presidency University Students Council said in an announcement.
“After the distribution of results, it has been seen that most last year Graduation understudies and Post-graduation understudies have faired incredibly well in this semester and have profited by this arrangement,” it said.