The decision followed a directive by Governor Arif Muhammed Khan to the University vice-chancellors to postpone the exams in view of the spread of the coronavirus.
Most students failed to clear subjects such as Management Optimization and Specialized Accounting.
Class 10 students who do not appear in offline exams will be evaluated based on an alternative assessment method.
The developments came as the central government announced the cancellation of class 10 exams and the postponement of class 12 exams conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education.
The Class 12 exams will be held later after a review of the situation on 1st June by the Board.
The evaluation of the answer papers will take place from May 14 to 29.
Here are a few important points students need to keep in mind in this exam season which is quite unusual as we are yet to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The application of those who haven’t submitted the required certificates will be rejected.
CBSE and CISCE have said that adequate safety arrangements are being made for students and all COVID-19 guidelines will be followed during the exams.
A total of 4.22 lakh students are appearing for the SSLC exam, while 4.46 lakh students for the plus-two exams.