No re-evaluation for Pbi varsity online exams

No re-evaluation for Pbi varsity online exams

Patiala, September 21

Punjabi University has decided to allow the departments and colleges to conduct the exams on their own. The exams for about 75,000 students, including private and those studying in college, will commence on September 25.

While students will be required to answer 50 per cent of the paper in two hours, re-evaluation or rechecking of papers will not be allowed.

As per the guidelines, question papers would be made available to students on the day of the examination either through an email or by any other online communication channel. Private students will be able to download the question paper from the website or link of the examination branch. Though students are required to submit their answer sheets online in the PDF format, they may submit these at the nearest department or the university college. They can also send the answer sheets through a registered post. — TNS

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