Students Have to take a two weeks quarantine at college for writing the examination: new methods are implementing
In the base of fast growing corona virus case in the country, a private dental college has found a different method to take students’ examinations.
This private dental college near Pune city of Maharashtra has told more than 150 of its students that they can sit the exam next month only if they remain quarantine in the college for two weeks.
Students of the undergraduate and post graduate dental courses of DY Patil Dental College and Hospital in Pimpri city said that they would have to undergo their corona test before leaving their respective cities. After which, you have to reach college at least two weeks before the exam and you have to quarantine yourself for two weeks.
At the same time, the students and their parents have demanded that the examinations be postponed in view of the condition of corona virus. However, college officials said that all security measures, screening, social detention, cleanliness will be followed during the examination.
The exam was scheduled to be held around the sixth month of the year, but was postponed due to the corona virus condition. “The management has asked the students to remain aloof for two weeks before coming to college by the first week of September and appearing for the exam in the third,” a student told news agency
He said, “Everyone knows the situation in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad. Also, the college campus has a corona virus isolation facility. The administration says, now the college should postpone the exam as the corona virus situation in Pimpri Chinchwad is good.” Is not.
At the same time, most of the students are from outside the state, so they have to come either by plane or bus and in the process there is a possibility of increasing the risk of infection, so this step has been taken.
The University’s Chancellor, Dr. NJ Pawar said, assured parents and students that the college has taken all precautions to conduct the examination of more than 150 students of BDS and MDS courses.
“I assure the students and parents that the college has taken all necessary steps to ensure that all safety measures, screening, social distancing and sanitation will be followed during the conduct of the examination,” he said.