NHRC urges adherence to health safety measures to organise examinations
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has urged adherence to the health protocols against COVID-19 in organising examinations.
In view of people’s health risks, the government, schools and universities and all concerned authorities should follow health safety measures and adopt alternative methods to examinations, according to a statement issued on Wednesday by the NHRC’s spokesperson Dr Tikaram Pokharel.
The Commission has also drawn attention to an incident wherein a student was injured and 11 others were taken under police control in a protest launched in Kathmandu by students from Kantipur International College at Buddhanagar demanding that examinations of LLB fourth year be organised digitally. A NHRC team has inspected the incident.
During the inspection, the protesting students were learnt of cautioning against risks of students’ lives by organising examinations without following the health protocols amidst fast-increasing infection rate.
They demanded examinations to be organised online or adoption of an alternative method. In this regard, the NHRC has received an application, according to the statement.
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