Universities and colleges in Nepal allowed to conduct exams

Nepal has given the permission to the universities and colleges in the country to conduct exams by following the adequate social distancing procedures and safety guidelines.  Minister of Foreign Affairs Pradeep Kumar Gyawali said at a press conference that the government also gave permission to vocational training institutions to conduct training for participants, but the number of participants should not exceed 25. 

Spokesperson for the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Deepak Sharma said the ministry gave its nod to academic institutions, particularly universities, to conduct exams by following the government’s health protocols. 

“If universities think physical appearance of students is viable, they can conduct exams requiring students to appear in exam centres, but if they think that they can conduct online examination, project based examination or open book examination, they can do that,” he said. 

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