University Examination 2021: Government letter to Central Institutions – Postpone all offline exams to be held in May

University Examination 2021: Amrit Khare, Secretary of Higher Education of the Government of India, has written to all central institutes in the wake of the huge increase in coronal disease in the country.

Vice Chancellors and Directors of Central Government-funded organizations wrote, “In the current situation, it is important for anyone in your organization to need help. It is also important to be safe.

As the vaccination campaign began for citizens over the age of 1 to 18, Kharay appealed to the head of the organization to encourage students to participate in the vaccination campaign. In view of current conditions, organizations are advised to continue online classes. The next decision will be made only after the situation is reviewed in June 2021.

It is noteworthy that due to the increasing corona cases in India, many tests such as JEE, NEET and ICAI and SSC and UPSC competitive exams have been postponed. There are currently 341,3642 active cases in the corona and a total of 218959 people have died so far.