Because the UGC Act says the final year examinations are a must for a student to be promoted and awarded a degree. However, the announcement does not include final year students. The students from remaining semesters and 1st and 2nd year will not be appearing for exams this year and will be promoted to then next year/semester, according to multiple reports. However, such students may clear the examination for the course in which he/ she All 1st and 2nd year university students in Maharashtra will be promoted without exams. This is not a ground for judicial review.” All these students would be allowed to improve their grades in succeeding year. The University Grants Commission (UGC) has been engaged with this issue and contemplating measures to ... particularly in the first year of annual pattern of examinations, 100% evaluation ... and every student will be promoted to next semester/year. They can give the exams again along with those of the new Semester. Exams For Final Year Students, Others to be Promoted: Maha Govt. Pokhriyal said that the UGC has formed a task force to carry out the academic activity in the post COVID-19 lockdown scenario and in areas where the situation does not improve even after the session commences in July, the students of the first year will be promoted … Then how UGC , 1st & 2 nd year students can get prompted next year without holding exams.They are having 6 subjects and they have a base stage without basic knowledge of subjects they getting promoted , What was the logic🙄. According to a notice issued by the Registrar of University of Delhi on the 27 th of July, students who failed or were absent for their 1 st or 2 nd Year Examinations in 2012, can now breathe easier. A bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, R Subhash Reddy, and MR Shah said, “The University Grants Commission (UGC) has left it to the discretion of the Universities to conduct examinations for the 1st and 2nd-year students. Such students can continue on to the next Semester as opposed to having to repeat the year. If they want to hold the examination, we can’t stop them. Students may please note that all first and second year ex-students of both UG and PG courses of colleges/ departments, SOL an dNCWEB are required to appear for the Open Book Examinations as per the date sheet notified by Delhi University on June 1st. Education News: MUMBAI: Teachers and some students' unions have asked the Mumbai University to promote all first and second year students, pending their exams and res. For promoting first and second year students, the state government has decided to adopt UGC recommendation and promote students based on a 50-50% gradation formula--50% will be based a student… Students in Tamil Nadu colleges will be promoted to the next year without having to take up even semester exams for 2019-2020 academic year, Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami has announced on Thursday.