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CSJMU Semester Exam 2023: This time, CSJMU graduate exams will last two hours instead of three, and will be administered through a subjective medium. The subjective examination will be conducted in two hours for the first time in the state. Although the university administration is not reducing the total number of marks on the question paper, it has been decided to reduce the number of questions in order to protect the students’ interests. The university’s semester examinations begin on January 20. The university administration has decided to hold a two-hour exam in order to release the results as soon as possible.

The Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University has implemented new educational policies in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Semester examinations are held in all courses as part of this. After three years, the university has decided to hold the examination in the examination committee with a subjective pattern. Previously, the university had only used the objective pattern to conduct examinations since the Corona period. Previously, subjective exams took three hours and objective exams took two hours. Students are confused as a result of the sudden fixation of the subjective time for two hours.

Dr. Anjani Kumar Mishra, Controller of Examinations, stated that it has been decided to conduct the examination in three shifts in order to complete the examination quickly and release the results on time. Because of the winter season, the exams will be held in three two-hour shifts. The students will not be harmed. Because the number of questions has decreased while the number of marks has increased.

The semester examinations for courses taught on the university campus will begin on January 10. Aside from graduation and master’s degrees, a detailed schedule of BBA, BCA, LLB, BA-LLB, and other courses has been issued.