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DECCAN CHRONICLE | Jun 11, 2018 |

Suggestions have been sought from academics, students, controllers of examinations and the general public. The suggestions have to be sent in not more than 150 words for each theme in the prescribed format by June 22 to cflouqc@gmail.com

 

Hyderabad: The UGC has sought suggestions on exam reforms in higher educational institutions. Suggestions have been sought from academics, students, controllers of examinations and the general public. A statement released by the UGC says: “Examination reform is one of the major tasks and a committee has been constituted to recommend and suggest reforms in the examination system.” Suggestions are invited on themes like objectives and models of examination system which can be followed in India, structural and procedural changes needed, grade and credit transfer, moderation procedure, on-demand, internal and external examinations. The suggestions have to be sent in not more than 150 words for each theme in the prescribed format by June 22 to cflouqc@gmail.com.  /   UGC Circular – Published on 07-06-2018 – 2 pages, pdf – UGC Letter reg.: Examination reforms in the Higher Education Institutions (HEIs)

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