“If the situation permits, we would conduct exams in normal mode where we will create several exam centres across the city and small batches of students will be allowed to appear in shifts,” he said. However, if the situation does not normalise, then the university will resort to online examination with virtual supervision. “We might also introduce multiple-choice questions (MCQ) pattern for easy conduction and evaluation of answer sheets,” he added.
The Central University of Gujarat (CUG) will tentatively conduct the semester exams in July. The university has been conducting science practical sessions using online stimulated experiments and would use similar methods for exams.