Bathinda, December 29, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda’s more than 90 percent students prefered offline exams this semester despite options of offline and online mode as the university started offline semester exams here on Tuesday.
The University has taken up this challenge of going back to offline exams with the preparation of Covid-19 precautions.
In a press release issued here on Tuesday, Controller of Examination, Dr. Karanvir Singh said more than 90 percent students of MRSPTU Campus and Giani Zail Singh Campus College of Engineering and Technology , MRSPTU took part in exams offline on the first day of semester exams.
He encouraged all the students to physically attend the exam. He said there is no better substitute for offline exams, teaching and learning. He said the university has been conducting offline classes for the last semester and the offline exam is the best method for evaluation.
MRSPTU, Vice Chancellor, Prof. Buta Singh Sidhu thanked students, senior faculty and examination staff for conducting the exam smoothly, despite the challenges including the ongoing agitation by some employees organisations. “Active participation of teachers for conducting examinations offline is highly appreciated,” he said.