By | 20 Jan 2023 at 11:10 PM
CCSHAU Admission 2023: Last Date, Fee Structure and Courses

CCS University Exam 2023: The odd semester examinations of UG-PG professional subjects, including BBA-BCA, will now begin only on February 2. Secrecy has raised its hand by postponing it from January 24 to January 28 and beginning the paper on January 28. Due to the ongoing UG-PG examinations and the pressure of sending examination materials to more than 150 centres in six districts, the professional odd semester examinations are taking a back seat. The centres had also expressed their inability to carry out the paper collaboratively. According to the university, professional odd semester papers will be held from February 2 to February 22. The updated exam schedule will be available soon.

Regular annual examination forms will be available beginning Monday.

Regular-private second and final year exam forms released in the undergraduate-postgraduate annual system in university-affiliated colleges will be available online beginning Monday. Only UG-PG private first year exam forms have been filled out so far.

Private will have a choice in their original residence.

The university will provide significant relief to students by allowing them to use their original residence certificate in the private examination form. There is a requirement to include the address in the form. In such cases, students apply online to have it made. According to the university, students in Domicile will have many options, including Voter ID. Students will be able to submit any of these. The university’s exemption will expedite the completion of private forms.

MA private paper that is not on the syllabus will be repeated

The paper India and the World in MA Second Year Private Political Science, held on Friday in the second shift, was taken from the syllabus. This paper was not included in the code syllabus at any of the centres. The first page of the paper had the correct topic, but the questions within were incorrect. According to former General Secretary Ankit Adhana, he complained to the room inspector at Mawana’s AS College about the paper. Students protested and filed objections to the paper at some centres. However, the university has announced that the paper will be repeated. According to Dr. Ashwini Sharma, the paper was accidentally left out of the syllabus. This paper will be administered again by the university in the next one or two weeks. The process of republishing the paper has begun at the university. Students should not be concerned about the paper.

The outcome of the challenge evaluation has been made public.

The results of the challenge evaluation in various subjects have been released by the University. Students can check their results on the university website starting today. In this regard, some students’ numbers have already increased, while others have decreased.