This article is written by – Khushi Chamaria, GIBS, IP University
According to the rising cases of Covid-19 spreading all over the world, people dying with multiple symptoms are rapidly losing their families and loved ones, online hearing, online classes, and exams. Students are becoming lazy and taking education and exams not seriously , resulting in ruining their futures. Students are the future of this country.
To save the future of the country and the students, some steps should be taken relating to this like exams should be conducted in offline mode with strictly following to the principles of Covid-19 protocol like wearing masks and use of sanitizers properly.
Recently, to ensure this Kerala High Court permitted Abdul Kalam Technological University to conduct offline exams for 6th-semester students concerning strictly following the covid protocols as mentioned by the Government of India.
This step taken by the Hon’ble Court is fair and justified as only internal assessment is not enough for upgrading the semester without confirming and assuring that knowledge has been departed inside the student’s mind. If every semester is passed out just by internal grades then with the lapse of time students will forget the system of giving offline exams which can ruin their future also.
This judgment passed by the Hon’ble Court is just and fair to every student!
To conclude, giving offline exams with strict covid protocols like wearing masks and using sanitizers is the best solution not only to save the future of the students but also for a healthy and economic country.