IIT Kharagpur: Students have been told in an email that the institute has decided to bring all students to the campus by March 31.
IIT Kharagpur has allowed flexibility in conducting classes in the current semester – online or offline as deemed appropriate by departments – but has asked all students to come to the campus by March 31 so that they can write the final semester exams offline in April. Can you
“The offline examination for all undergraduate and postgraduate courses, except first-year UG courses admitted through JEE Advanced 2021, will be conducted in two sessions from April 7 to April 13…. Please also note that the examination schedule may be extended up to April 19…” said a notice issued by the Deputy Registrar (Academic) on March 8.
The dean of students, Dhrubajyoti Sen, told the students in an email that the institute has decided to bring in all students (except the 2021 JEE batch, for which a separate decision will be taken later) by March 31.
A member of the IIT Kharagpur Teachers’ Association said that it was necessary to conduct the final semester exams offline to ensure the sanctity of the examination process.
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“We have received complaints that some students copied answers during the online examination, which was conducted without any inspection,” he said.
Devaki Nandana Vardhinidhi, vice-president of Technology Students Gymkhana, which represents all students on campus, said it can be difficult for international students and the financially weak to reach for a short period.
“Some international students have cited their difficulty in reaching the deadline,” Devaki said.
Another member of the student union said that they talked about the hardship faced by the financially weak students.