COVID 19: Odd Semester AKTU Exam Will Not Be Held In February, Student Question – Not Delayed, Do It Online

AKTU Odd Semester Exam 2021 Postponed:the dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU) has postponed the 2021 Odd Semester exams due to the increasing outbreak of the Corona Virus (COVID 19) pandemic. According to a report released today on January 25, 2022, the university has announced the postponement of the exams. The university has announced that the exams scheduled for February 2022 have been postponed and can now be taken in March 2022. The new exam dates will be announced to students in good time before the exams via the website.

According to the official statement from the university, AKTU has decided to postpone these exams due to the bad situation of the COVID-19 pandemic. Since the state already had restrictions, the university decided to postpone these exams after considering that students would not be able to come to campus for offline exams at such times.

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Meanwhile, the students are demanding that the AKTU semester exams be taken online and on time as the students are upset about the delay in their semesters and studies. Students demand online exams via social media. The AKTU Odd Semester 2021 exam will still be conducted offline as the university has not informed about a change in the exam pattern. While the students’ online classes will continue until mid-March 2022.

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Let us inform that with the death of 17 more people from Kovid-19 in Uttar Pradesh until Monday January 24, 2022, the death toll due to the epidemic in the state has risen to 23,073. According to the health bulletin, with the arrival of 11,159 new cases of Kovid-19 in the state, the number of people infected with the coronavirus in the state has risen to 19,57,839 as of Monday. According to the government’s statement, three people have died from deaths from Kovid today in Moradabad, while two people have died each in Varanasi and Azamgarh. In the past 24 hours, 10,836 patients have been cured of Kovid. This has increased the number of infection-free patients in the state to 18,40,842. According to the statement, 18,40,842 patients of Kovid are currently undergoing treatment in the state.

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