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Maha Minister Asks Health University to Defer Examinations in Wake of Covid-19 Pandemic

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Maharashtra Medical Education Minister Amit Deshmukh asked the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences to defer examinations due to the spread of the pande.

Maharashtra Medical Education Minister Amit Deshmukh on Thursday asked the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) to defer examinations ofits medical courses in view of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Nashik-based state university has announced holding examinations in August.

An official statement issued said Deshmukh has asked MUHS vice-chancellor Deelip Mhaisekar to postpone the examinations, saying holding them during the ongoing pandemicwas not in the interest of students.

The minister said the first and second year students be allowed to study the next year's curriculum and their final year examinations and all other non certifying tests bedeferred till further notice.

The internship of final year students be started andtheir examinations be conducted only after the COVID-19 spread is contained, he said. Deshmukh said post-graduate students reside in their campuses and hence their exams can be conducted. The entranceexamination of their courses is slated for September 15.

Set up in 1998, the MUHS is focused on teaching,training and research in modern medicine and Indian systems of medicine. It conducts courses in allopathy, dental, nursing,homoeopathy, unani and ayurveda streams.

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