Examinations

PU releases final instructions for exams

PU releases final instructions for exams

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, September 9

Panjab University (PU) today released final instructions to the students appearing for the blended (online/offline) examinations starting from September 17 to 30.

The students of regular college/department/regional centres will get their admit card from their respective colleges/departments/regional centres from September 12 onwards.

Private students or those of University School of Open Learning (USOL) will be able to download their admit card from examination website after login from September 12 onwards.

The candidates are required to send an email to ugexam@pu.ac.in or pgexam@pu.ac.in, if they unable to download their admit cards.

Question paper

The students of regular college/department/regional centres will receive the question paper as per date sheet for a particular day from their respective college/department/regional centres using different electronic modes.

If any student does not remember his/her password, the same can also be downloaded from the home page the examination website by entering details. Private/USOL students will be able to download question paper as per date sheet for a particular day in similar manner.

 

 

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