Final Term Exams 2020: Mamata announces no exams in West Bengal in September


Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has announced that there will be no exams in the state in September.

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has announced relief for the candidates of West Bengal.

Even if the final year final term examination is not held in the reluctant state by September 30, it will continue. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has announced relief for West Bengal candidates on the basis of a Supreme Court order.

After hearing the apex court’s order, Mamata said on Friday, “We have decided not to bother the students. There will be no test in the state in September.

Speaking at a virtual public meeting of the Trinamool Chhatra Parishad on the same day, the Trinamool supremo said that keeping in mind the corona situation, the final term examination will not be held in Bengal in September after accepting the students’ application.

The University Grants Commission (UGC) had earlier issued instructions to complete the final term examination by September. However, the state government has requested for the cancellation of the exams, fearing that the health protection of the candidates may be disrupted if the exams are held in extreme circumstances.

On the basis of that application, the Supreme Court informed that the final term examination is mandatory for the students. However, due to the corona situation, it is possible to take the exams later by September 30.