State funded colleges can accept end of the year tests according to separate scholastic chambers’ choice

The state funded colleges of the nation can take their distinctions and bosses' last year assessments according to the choices taken by their individual scholastic boards. 

The choice was taken at a virtual gathering went to by 39 bad habit chancellors of the nation's state funded colleges, which was managed by University Grants Commission (UGC) Chairperson Prof Kazi Shahidullah. 

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Then, an UGC part introduced a bunch of suggestions on semester last assessments, pragmatic classes and its assessment cycle. 

The gathering likewise chose to keep other Covid pandemic limitations set up. 

"No state funded colleges will have the option to keep the private corridors open," acting UGC Secretary Ferdous Zaman revealed to The Daily Star.

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He said that understudies should orchestrate their own private offices for the term of the tests all alone. 

Numerous understudies were in the distinctions last year and postgraduate level, the UGC secretary stated, adding that a few applicants have finished hypothetical tests and need to simply show up in pragmatic tests. 

UGC held the gathering with VCs as specialists of numerous state funded colleges need to hold the tests to nullify meeting stick and guarantee understudies fit the bill for sitting in the impending BCS tests. 

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A few colleges including Dhaka University and Jagannath University previously said that they would hold the last tests of the year. Public University approached all understudies to plan for last tests of the year also. 

Understudies, generally of praises last year tests, are holding exhibitions requesting tests and some of them are reaching specialists with a similar interest. 

Colleges are hanging tight for the choice of the UGC as it had asked all colleges in June to hold online classes, tests and functional classes after regularity returns.