Press Trust of India|Jun 7, 2021
University of Mumbai postpones UG, PG exams again
NEW DELHI: The University of Mumbai has again postponed its undergraduate and postgraduate examinations till May 3 due to the lockdown 2.0. However, the varsity has not announced the new dates for the UG and PG exams yet. The decision has been taken by the varsity after the lockdown has been extended till May 3. This is for the second time that the University of Mumbai has postponed the examinations. Earlier too, the university examinations were postponed till April 14, which was the deadline for the first lockdown. Besides this, the interim summer break has also been extended till May 3.
Not only this, but the Institute of Distance and Open Learning (IDOL) of the university has also deferred the first and second-year examinations for B.Com which were slated to be held on March 31 and April 15 respectively.
At this time of the lockdown, through an official circular, the Mumbai University Vice-Chancellor Suhas Pednekar has asked all students to use this time to study and pursue hobbies, quoted a report by The Indian Express.
The state board has also cancelled the SSC and the 10th exams, while the students of class 1 to 8 will be promoted to the next classes without any examination.