Aurangabad, Oct 30:
Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University (BAMU) administration has decided to conduct the on-line examinations again of the students who could not give the examinations of the degree and post-graduation courses conducted recently.
The examinations were started from October 9 onwards and will be continued till October 31 in two sessions. Meanwhile, the administration is taking care that no students should be refrained from giving the examination, said vice-chancellor, Dr Pramod Yeole.
Some students faced technical problems while attending the online examinations between October 18 and 29. Those students who could not give the online or offline examinations will have to undergo online examination once again. The students who could not give the examination or faced problems between the period October 18 to 22 can give their papers on October 31. Similarly, the students who could not give the papers between October 23 and 29 can give online papers on November 1. Examination Evaluation Board director, Dr Yogesh Patil has appealed to the students to take advantage of this online examinations so that no student will refrain from the examination.
Earlier, the students who had not given examination between October 9 and 13 can give the examination on October 26, 27 and 28. Similarly, the students could not give the examinations between October 14 and 17 will give examinations on October 29, 30.