Objection against the conduct of examination after reopening of Law colleges/Institutions.

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We request the withdrawal of press release dated 09.06.2020 which mentions about conduct of examination after reopening of the colleges/Institutions.

In light of the COVID-19 Pandemic, many students from different courses have been unconditionally promoted with immediate effect as per the UGC Guidelines. 

The mental health and equal opportunity of the students is not something which can be compromised.

1) Many students do not have regular access to Internet, Laptops and Mobile devices due to economical or geographical barriers, making them not being able to access the online classes,  notes and quizzes hence it is not fair to ask them to give exams. 

2) The mental health of students is being affected. They are already living in a difficult time surrounded by fear, anxiety and stress. 

3) The examination after reopening of colleges will pose extreme pressure on the students as then we have to prepare current semester subjects and previous semester subjects for examinations, both at the same time. 

4) The students are currently undergoing compulsory internships as a part of academic curriculum and we are very less likely to manage studies with the ongoing internship programs. 

In conclusion, with the current scenario, we request the Bar Council of India to release new guidelines in another press release and grade the students on the basis of Internal assessment and previous semester marks only. 

We can be contacted at lawstudentsofdelhi@gmail.com for a dialogue, media queries and concerns.