The college authorities stated the choice was taken following the complaints submitted by pupil, mother and father and pupil unions towards the varsity conducting the examinations in the course of the thick of the pandemic. The BTech Hons examinations of KTU had began on June 26 and the ultimate semester engineering examinations have been supposed to start out on July 1.
The college until a few days in the past refused to entertain the demand for examination date change. As an alternative, the authorities claimed to have put in place all precautionary preparations for conducting examination by adhering to Covid norms, together with social distancing. For these college students who would discover it unimaginable to take the examination could be given one other probability to take the examinations within the month of October, it stated. In keeping with varsity authorities, the efforts to conduct the ultimate semester examination braving all odds was taken in view of the position gives numerous college students had acquired from employers by campus recruitment drives. Shashi Tharoor MP was amongst those that appealed to the state authorities and the colleges involved within the state to scrap their choice to conduct examinations throughout Covid occasions.
KTU College vice chancellor M S Rajasree stated the educational committee of the varsity would take additional choices on when to conduct the examinations. The examination standing committee of the college syndicate which met right here on Monday morning has determined to postpone the examinations. KTU professional vice chancellor S Ayoob presided over the subcommittee assembly by which syndicate members P O J Labba,, C Satheesh and G Venugopal attended.