Lucknow University Exams Postponement: The examinations of Lucknow University to be held between January 15 and January 31 have been postponed.
The university on Thursday announced the decision to postpone the examinations that were slated to begin from January 15. The decision was taken after 50 students tested positive for COVID19…
Lucknow University Exams postponed :
Were you going to take part in the examinations to be organized by Lucknow University from January 15 to January 31, then this information is for you.
Please note that these exams have been postponed. The university on Thursday announced the decision to postpone the examinations that were slated to begin from January 15.
The decision was taken after the number of students who tested positive for COVID19 on the campus exceeded 50.
In view of the reported cases, the university has closed the campus. At present, it has been decided to postpone only the semester examinations.
The dates for December 2021 semester examinations will be announced soon on the official website lkouniv.ac.in.
The official notice issued by the university said, “Students of Lucknow University and affiliated colleges are hereby informed that in view of the increasing COVID-19 cases in the university, all examinations have been rescheduled between January 15 and January 31.”
The new dates for the examinations will be released soon. Candidates should keep an eye on the official website of Lucknow University at lkouniv.ac.in.
Offline classes will run till January 16
As per an earlier order, all colleges in Uttar Pradesh were ordered to close offline classes till January 16. However, the notice stated that the exam will be conducted offline as per the schedule.
With the cases rising rapidly in the third wave, many students have sought online exams.
Lucknow University has now decided to postpone the examinations for the time being.
Now it remains to be seen whether the exams will be conducted in online mode or will be postponed till it becomes safe to conduct them in offline mode.
As far as rising cases of infection are concerned, India on Thursday registered around 2.5 lakh active cases. Uttar Pradesh also reported 13,592 active cases on Thursday.
In the third wave the numbers are increasing very rapidly. From less than one lakh cases nearly 10 days ago, India has now crossed the 11 lakh active cases mark, rising rapidly.