M.Ed 3rd Sem urges NU to hold online exam

DIMAPUR, MAR 5 (NPN) | Publish Date: 3/5/2021 1:21:12 PM IST

Days after B.Ed. trainees of 2019-2021 and 2020-2022 batch objected to the proposed conduct of offline examination and demanded conduct of online examination, the MEd 3rd semester students have also expressed opposition to the conduct of offline examination for M.Ed 3rd Semester student-teachers of 2019-2021.

In an appeal letter addressed to the controller of examination NU, the M.Ed student teachers of Nagaland University (NU) and State College of Teacher Education (SCTE) have appealed the university authority to instead conduct online examination. They said that sudden step taken by the university to conduct offline examination seemed “unjustifiable” when the entire teaching-learning process was conducted online. 

They said that the “drastic reversal of scenario to switch from online learning to offline examination has created apprehension among the student-teachers”. 

They said that the move was “rather deemed unrealistic at the hour” because of fluctuations in network connectivity, which has affected the teaching-learning process. 

Further, the M.Ed student-teachers stated that they were not mentally and physically prepared to appear for offline examination.

They also asserted that the same yardstick should be applied to all, irrespective of the semesters, since all the student-teachers of each semester attended equivalent mode of learning—online mode.

The student-teachers of M.Ed 2019-2021 batch have, therefore, requested the responsible authority to consider their grievances and conduct online examination.


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