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UG Re-evaluation Results to get Delayed in Punjab University

Oct 1, 2013 03:58 IST

    Over 8,000 students have been left in dilemma after learning about the delay in re-evaluation of UG results in Punjab University (PU). A number of undergraduate students are concerned as they have already applied for the re-appear/compartment exam, without having any idea about their result of the re-evaluation.
    Even though the results of BA were declared in July, the re-evaluation result has not been announced yet.

    The compartment / re-appear exams for various subjects are to begin from next month October. This has created anxiety and dilemma among students about giving or leaving the compartment examination.
    Parvinder Singh (the controller of examinations), stated,  "Usually, the re-evaluation results are declared in the month of November, and sometimes even as late as December, so it is not that big an issue. The results this time will be out soon, and to avoid confusion from the next session, the compartment forms of a particular class will be filled only after the results of that class are declared. And we will make sure that the re-evaluation results are out well in advance before the compartment exams begin."

    The delay in declaration of re-evaluation results is to affect student’s studies along with the plan of admission process.

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