BPUT Issues Fresh Guidelines Ahead Of Final Sem Exams

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Bhubaneswar: The Biju Patnaik University of Technology (BPUT) has issued fresh guidelines ahead of the final semester examinations 2019-20.

Online Final Semester Examination for 70 Marks Theory Questions.

a) Considering the internet connectivity and speed, the duration shall be 2 hours and 30 minutes in lieu of 2 hours.

b) The candidates can attempt all 120 Multiple Choice Open Book, Innovative, and Outcome-Based Questions and only the correct 70 answers shall be considered for awarding the final mark limiting to the full mark of 70. No negative mark for not attempted or wrong answers.

Online Final Semester Examination for 100 Marks Theory Questions.

a) Considering internet connectivity and speed, the duration shall be 3 hours in lieu of 2 hours.

b) The candidates can attempt all 150 Multiple Choice Open Book, Innovative, and Outcome-Based Questions and only the correct 100 answers shall be considered for awarding the final mark limiting to the full mark of 100. No negative mark for not attempted or wrong answers.

Time Schedule of Final Semester Examination: 2019-20.

a) 1st Sitting: 10.00 AM to 12.30 PM if 70 Theory Marks and 10.00 AM to 01.00 PM if 100 Theory Marks.

b) 2nd Sitting: 2.00 PM to 04.30 PM if 70 Theory Marks and 02.00 PM to 05.00 PM if 100 Theory Marks.

The students residing in remote, rural and hilly areas and apprehending poor internet connectivity and speed, or power issues, may carry his/her own laptop to his/her own college in the home district or nearby notified Government Polytechnics/ITIs notified as centres to appear online test where internet connectivity and power supply is available, a notification of the BPUT said.

Here’s the Revised Schedule for Proctors Training, Trial Test and Student Registration of Final Semester Online (Regular) Examinations 2019-20:

The BPUT has decided to conduct the final semester examinations of engineering and professional courses online due to Covid-19 pandemic. Students will be allowed to appear the test from home. Those not having computer or laptop at home will have to appear the test in their nearest engineering colleges.

Besides, the university has approached some of the ITIs and Polytechnic to allow the students, not having access to computer at home, to appear the test at their computer labs.

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