KOHIMA: Ahead of the month-long university exams for bachelors courses in Nagaland, to be held online due to the pandemic and lockdown, the All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) has urged concerned authorities to ensure regular power supply and undisrupted internet connectivity.
As Nagaland continues to battle second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was considered safest to conduct the upcoming Nagaland University three-year degree course exams for BA, B.SC, B.COM, BBA and BCA through online mode, the student body said.
Students fear that erratic power supply in the state and poor internet connectivity can be a hindrance in successful conduct of the online exams, scheduled to be conducted from May 27 to June 26.
“In this month-long online examination, regular power supply and undisrupted internet connectivity would help the students appear for the exam comfortably,” the ANCSU said in a statement.
The students’ body also acknowledged the extraordinary service and sacrifices made by the faculty and college authorities for conducting the examination in this unprecedented situation.
Further, it appealed to the students to appear for the online examination “not only as a way for passing exam but as a conventional way of learning and acquiring quality education.”
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