The Tamil Nadu government on Monday directed Anna University to conduct re-examination for engineering students appearing in the online proctored test conducted in February. & nbsp; Actually, the engineering colleges had complained that due to multiple choice questions, the pass percentage in the exam was very low and the university has also stopped the results of many students. Following complaints from students about the test, Chief Minister MK Stalin held a review meeting with Higher Education Minister Ponmudi, Secretary Apoorva and Anna University officials on Monday in which the decision has been taken. & Nbsp;
< p style ="text-align: justify;"> Government instructs university to conduct re-exam
In view of the difficulties faced by the students, the government has directed the university to conduct the examination again in February for the students taking the online test. Please tell that then more than four lakh students took the online exam.
Online exam will be of three hours
According to a press release issued by the state government, "Students who pass the February exam can give re-exam if they want. The online examination will be conducted three hours like other universities. With this, it has been said that the examinations for the next semester will also be conducted on the same pattern. Students do not need to pay exam fees either.
The government has also announced that the college students’ examinations stopped due to the lockdown will be conducted from May 25.