Schedule for submission of Panjab University exam forms announced

Schedule for submission of Panjab University exam forms announced

Chandigarh, September 20

Panjab University has announced the schedule for submission of examination forms – without and with late fee – for the undergraduate and postgraduate classes.

As per the announced schedule, the classes for odd semesters for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes will start from December 17.

The students can submit their forms without late fee till October 28 and with late fee of Rs2,075 till November 5, Rs6,075 till November 17, Rs11,075 till December 2 and Rs22,075 till December 9.

The first semester PG classes for regular/private/ reappear students will start from December 12.

The examination schedule for the annual system May – 2022 will commence from June 26, 2022.

The students can submit forms without late fee till March 15, followed by late fee of Rs2,075 till March 22, Rs6,075 till March 29, Rs11,075 till April 13 and Rs22,075 till June 18.

For all the undergraduate, postgraduate and diploma programmes under even semesters, the commencement date is set to be June 26, 2022 and students can submit their forms without late fee till March 15. — TNS

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