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Maharashtra: Nagpur University to conduct exams via mobile app from October 1

By Disha Sharma -
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  • 28th September 2020,
  • 7:10 PM

Maharashtra: In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Nagpur University in Maharashtra is all set to conduct final year exams online via a mobile app from October 1, officials said on Monday. Nearly 78,000 students are all set to appear for the exams. Students who are interested for taking exams, they can download the ‘RTMNU Pariksha’ app from the Google Playstore or website of the Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University on Android-based phones. This statement is made by the university’s board of examination director Prafulla Sabale while speaking to a […]

Maharashtra: In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Nagpur University in Maharashtra is all set to conduct final year exams online via a mobile app from October 1, officials said on Monday.

Nearly 78,000 students are all set to appear for the exams.

Students who are interested for taking exams, they can download the ‘RTMNU Pariksha’ app from the Google Playstore or website of the Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University on Android-based phones. This statement is made by the university’s board of examination director Prafulla Sabale while speaking to a PTI.

The online exams consist of 50 multiple-choice questions. Out of which, students will have to solve 25 questions, the official said.

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“Each question will carry two marks. Students can solve more than 25 questions, and the best 25 will be selected for evaluation. There is no negative marking,” Mr Sabale said.

The app has provided the students with the necessary instructions regarding the exams and also a mock test. Students can take help for practice. The exams will be held from October 1 to October 18, according to the university’s time table.

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While speaking to a leading daily, Mr Sabale said, “The university will conduct 186 exams of four faculties for which the question bank is ready and moderation is almost completed.”

RTMNU Vice Chancellor Subhash Chaudhari said, “Around 1.82 lakh questions in various subjects have been set up by 1,852 teachers. The app will be convenient for students and also work in a low internet connectivity.”

The app has been tested in interior areas with low network connectivity. Interested students can submit their papers in low network connectivity also, the Vice-Chancellor of Nagpur University added.

While speaking to a leading daily, Mr Sabale said, “The university will conduct 186 exams of four faculties for which the question bank is ready and moderation is almost completed.”

 

 

 

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