KUHS to conduct exams from June 21, final year classes from July 1
Thrissur: The Kerala University of Health Sciences (KUHS) will start exams from June 21 onwards. The university published the details of exams on the official website.
All students appearing for the exams must undergo an antigen test and produce COVID negative certificate. Separate examination hall will be arranged for those who test positive for COVID-19.
Two-metre distance will be maintained while arranging seats in the exam hall.
A meeting chaired by health minister Veena George reviewed the arrangements for the exams.
The university also informed that classes for the final year students will commence on July 1. Examining the situation, other classes will be started.
The university decided to conduct theory classes online even after reopening the colleges. Only practical and clinical classes will commence on July 1.
Students who are taking hostel facility must undergo the covid test before checking in. Hostellers and day scholars are restricted from interacting.
Though COVID positive students will be allowed to appear for theory exam, they will not be permitted for practical exam.
Those who tested positive should inform their health status to the college principal after 17 days. Special practical exams will be conducted for them.
If any examination centre is in containment zones, the matter should be informed to the university. The government will grant special permission to these institutes to conduct exams.
Students who are in containment zone are also permitted to travel for appearing in the exams. If public transport is not available, the colleges should arrange vehicle facility for students.