Jalandhar, January 4, 2020: Post lockdown, IK Gujral Punjab Technical University has started conducting its final exams offline. CT Institute of Engineering, Management and Technology (CTIEMT) and CT Institute of Information and Technology (CTIT), South Campus, Shahpur have been two centres for the offline exams today in which 350 students of fifth semester from different colleges appeared under streams like B.Tech CSE, BBA, MCA, BCA, B.Sc IT, B. Architecture, B. Pharmacy, B.Tech Civil, BMLS, BHMCT and MBA 3rd semester.
The offline exams held for the first time after lockdown with full precautionary measures. Telling about the same, Dean Academics CT Group and Controller of Examination Dr. Anupamdeep Sharma said, “We have taken care of all precautionary measures like mandatory masks and social distancing. We have advised students to bring their own pens and sanitizers. Today, the exams were held in two shifts, one at 9:30 am to 12:30 pm and second from 01:30 noon to 4:30pm. We have strictly followed all SOPs issued by UGC for conducting offline examination.”
CT Group Managing Director Manbir Singh said that its good to see that the normal routine is coming back on track with passage of time and students today were quite happy while appearing for offline exams.