The Supreme Court today gave an important verdict regarding the final year examinations. The date for taking the exam can be postponed, but the Supreme Court has clarified that the exam will take place. The court also said that the state cannot promote students without taking exams. The role of the University Grants Commission (UGC) in conducting final year examinations was challenged in the Supreme Court. The decision was reserved by the Supreme Court after a hearing on August 18. BJP leader Ashish Shelar has now blamed the state government for this.
“One ‘Babadya’s’ harassment caused unnecessary mental distress to one million students in the state. Played his academic year. We have repeatedly mentioned the dangers of this decision but ego, who listens? The Supreme Court has finally given justice, ”said Shelar, targeting the state government.
“I do not trust the governor or the vice-chancellor as the chancellor. Shelar also questioned whether the UGC was not consulted, the cabinet was not consulted, the students were held hostage till the end, the students were harmed for so many months due to ego, what has been achieved out of this? “Show up in Maharashtra. The government has shown itself out of its own ego. But students should not be discouraged. “Let’s face the situation with courage and success will surely come to you,” Shelar said.
Petition also on behalf of Yuvasena
The University Grants Commission had on July 6 issued guidelines for conducting the examination. The commission also allowed the examination to be conducted online, offline or in a composite manner. The commission had instructed the universities to complete the exams by September 30. The governments of Maharashtra, West Bengal, Delhi and Odisha had filed petitions in the Supreme Court challenging the UGC’s directives. Apart from that, a petition was also filed on behalf of Yuvasena.