Hyderabad: COVID-19 pandemic has an effect on the studies of all students in India. This has forced educational institutions to hold classes online and governments to cancel exams.
In such a situation, students abroad are confused because their final year exams have not been taken due to the second wave COVID-19 pandemic in India.
In the state of Telangana, all undergraduate and graduate examinations that were to be held in March have been postponed taking into account the safety of students.
According to a report published in the Times of India, students are being forced to postpone their admission to foreign universities due to uncertainty about the exam in the final year.
A student, Alekhya Pagilla, who obtained admission to the Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning in Toronto, Canada, had no choice but to postpone admission from September intake to January intake due to the final year exam. not.
Navin Mittal, the commissioner for collegiate and technical education in Telangana, informed media people that the final year exams would be preferred and that they would be taken as soon as possible.
Meanwhile, the Telangana government on Wednesday announced the cancellation of the Intermediate Second Year (Class 12) annual examinations in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Source: The Siasat Daily