According to the guidelines provided by the Higher Education Commission (HEC), Karachi Muhammad Ali Jinnah University (MAJU) conducted online lectures in the 20-year spring semester, which is another milestone achieved by successfully completing this week’s online exam.
According to Muhammad Kashif Khan, the head of the online exam, MAJU students took the online exam, and the attendance rate was much better than last year’s physical examination.
According to the management of IT department manager Shahbaz Abdullah, all the online examination process is fully recorded, which will help us to clarify the actual position if we receive any complaints from students.
He said that the performance of teachers and students during online exams was still very satisfactory, and that students were provided with all possible help during online exams, including connection problems.
It is mentioned here that MAJU conducted online teaching after the closing of educational institutions across the country this year, and also began to open online enrollment in the next semester 20 autumn.
At the same time, Dr. Zubair Shaikh, President of MAJU, and Professor Asim Imdad, Director of Online Education, congratulated the examination and IT departments of the university for conducting the online examinations in a very organized manner, and hope that we can conduct more effective online education programs in the future.
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