SKBU UG Semester III Exam 2022 form update: Sidho-Kanho-Birsha University is all set to re-open online portal for candidates to fill up for forms for their UG Semester III examinations 2022 tomorrow, December 22.
“This is to notify that after receiving request from different HOIs the online portal for Form Fill-up for appearing UG Semester-III Examinations, 2022 will be re-opened with the late from 22/ 12/ 2022 to 24/ 12/ 2022,” read an official notification.
UG Semester- III Examinations- 2022 (BA, BSc, B.Com, BBA, BCA)
Date of Form fill-up with late fine: 22/12/ 2022 to 24/ 12/ 2022
Date of submission of fees with Late fine from College to the University: 27/ 11/ 2022
Late fine: Rs 100
Students should keep in mind that no candidates will entertained to fill up forms after the above mentioned specified date.
SKBU UG Semester III Exam 2022 notification downloading steps
- Step 1: Visit the official website skbu.ac.in.
- Step 2: On the homepage, click on SKBU UG Semester III Exam 2022 notification link.
- Step 3: Download SKBU UG Semester III Exam 2022 notification.
Direct link to download the SKBU UG Semester III Exam 2022 notification: Click here
About Sidho Kanho Birsha University
Sidho Kanho Birsha University, abbreviated SKBU, is a public state university located in Purulia district of West Bengal, India. It was established under an Act of the West Bengal Legislature on April, 2010. The varsity offers different undergraduate and postgraduate courses in liberal arts.
Sidho-Kanho-Birsha took a first gently but courageous step out of its chrysalis in the November of 2010, when it started out on its academic odyssey in Purulia, an area generally thought to be a back-of-the- beyond place of the benighted Jungle Mahal. Bolstered by the Sidho-Kanho-Birsha University Act brought forth by the West Bengal Legislative Assembly, the university dreams big of disseminating the cognitive ambience, thereby wafting itself gradually to the pinnacle of academic excellence.
The objective of this university is to carry the torch of higher education into the very interiors of the far-flung district of West Bengal.