The Agricultural University is the first of the public universities to successfully carry out online education and midterm examinations.

The Agricultural University is the first of the public universities to successfully carry out online education and research experiments during the Corona epidemic, with 94.6% of students taking part in the midterm examinations to ensure its success. Students who failed to submit their GS10 forms have been allowed to submit their forms with late fee till June 26, Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ashraf said.

The Agricultural University is the first of the public universities to successfully carry out online education and midterm examinations.

Agricultural University Faisalabad is the first university among government universities to successfully continue online education and research experiments during the Corona epidemic while midterm examinations 94.6% of the students have participated and played a vital role in ensuring its success. The Vice Chancellor of the Agricultural University, Prof. Dr.Mohammad Ashraf, while presiding over the meeting of the Graduate Study Research Board, said that online examinations are essential for the continuation of teaching in view of the current situation and that is why to make it a success with the training of teachers at different stages. A mock test was also conducted in which various options were given keeping in view the problems of the students as a result of which 94.6% students participated which is a very large number.He said that a plan of action was being prepared for the remaining students so that they too could be included in the journey. He said that in view of the current situation, the theses of postgraduate students would be received online. He said that the purpose of this initiative is to provide facilities to the students. It was decided in the meeting that the collection of GS10 would also be done online so the students who failed to submit their GS10 forms have been allowed to submit their forms till June 26 with late fee.The IT team was directed to work harder to streamline their existing system for final examinations. The Vice Chancellor also commended the IT staff, faculty and support staff for conducting a successful midterm examination. Earlier, Director Graduate Studies Dr. Ijaz Ahmed Warraich presented the agenda of the meeting.

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