Kanpur, Jagran Correspondent. In view of the future of all the students who boycotted the seventh semester examination of Harcourt Butler Technical University (HBTU) due to Kovid infection, it has been decided to conduct the examination. Those students will also be able to participate in this, who have already appeared in the examination. However, the boycotted students will not be able to get medals in the initiation ceremony despite their excellent performance. This decision has been taken in the Academic Council meeting on Saturday afternoon.

HBTU had conducted the semester examinations offline in January, but 90 percent students of BTech seventh semester boycotted the examination citing the Kovid transition. Angered by this, the Vice Chancellor had talked about giving year back. Since all the students have been selected in various companies, in view of their future, in the Academic Council meeting on Saturday, it has been agreed to conduct the seventh semester examination again.

Dean Academic Dr. Anand Kumar said that now the seventh semester examination will be conducted after the even semester examination and 10 percent students who have appeared in the previous examination will also be able to appear in it. The special thing is that all the students who break discipline by boycotting the examination will be kept out of the list of medals in the initiation ceremony. Even if he excels in the exam. Only those students will get relief, who will submit the report of being infected with Kovid to the university.

Edited By: Abhishek Agnihotri