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Teachers at JU Claim They are not Receiving Support from Authorities during an online Exam

The Jadavpur University Teachers’ Association (JUTA) stated in a letter to vice-chancellor Suranjan Das on Friday that the faculty was not receiving appropriate help from the office of the controller of examinations for conducting online tests.
The Jadavpur University Teachers’ Association (JUTA) stated in a letter to vice-chancellor Suranjan Das on Friday that the faculty was not receiving appropriate help from the office of the controller of examinations for conducting online tests.

The Jadavpur University Teachers’ Association (JUTA) stated in a letter to vice-chancellor Suranjan Das on Friday that the faculty was not receiving appropriate help from the office of the controller of examinations for conducting online tests.

Partha Pratim Roy, the JUTA general secretary, argued that teachers perform all of the preparation for such exams, but that the controller of examinations must bear complete accountability.
Despite several attempts, the vice-chancellor could not be reached.

According to Roy, semester examinations in the university’s science and engineering departments have solely been held online until now.
According to Roy, tests in this type were given to students in the second, third, and fourth years of the B.Tech degree, as well as third-year scientific students. “It has been agreed that we will not modify the mode for departments where the process of online semester exams is in progress during the current academic session,” he added. “A decision on whether to hold the exams in an offline or online mode will be taken for the other departments based on the evolving scenario.”

Despite the fact that on-campus lessons began on November 16, the teachers’ union alleged that necessary sanitization of various departments and building blocks was not being done.

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“Because COVID-19 is still circulating and a new version has appeared,” he stated, “we must be attentive to guarantee that no students, faculty, or non-teaching staff are infected and that all essential sanitization steps are performed.”
He further noted that, despite the fact that the University’s Executive Council passed university laws, they have been pending final approval for a long time.

“The faculty of Interdisciplinary Studies, Law, and Management is unable to offer any degrees to students without such statutes.” According to the JU Act, no elected representatives are allowed to serve on several academic boards. This is a breach of the democratic rights of the university’s stakeholders.” He urged that statutes be approved as soon as possible.

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