“Tentatively, college students are anticipated to return to JNU campus between June 25 and 30 in order that they will full their remaining educational parts and full their examinations,” JNU Vice Chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar mentioned in a press release.In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, the courses at JNU had been suspended since March 16.
As per the brand new calender, the examinations of scholars will probably be accomplished by July 31 and the following semester for the persevering with college students will begin from August 1. In case, the examination outcomes will not be prepared by July 31, college students can have the chance to provisionally register and transfer on to the following semester, the VC mentioned. All the monsoon semester registration course of will probably be utterly on-line making it straightforward for the scholars to register even from their houses. Furthermore, the date to submit thesis/dissertations has been shifted to December 31. “We’ve made positive that analysis students who need to submit their thesis/dissertations is not going to face any problem because the deadline for submission is shifted to December 31, 2020,” Kumar mentioned.Stating that this educational calendar is tentative and it is determined by COVID-19 lockdown state of affairs and UGC pointers, the VC requested the scholars to maintain checking the JNU web site for additional updates and wished for his or her security and well being throughout these difficult instances.