Coronavirus: Karnataka’s VTU announces exams dates for eighth-semester students

First Published 27, Jul 2020, 2:58 PM

 However, no exams will be held for new students of other even semester (2,4 and 6), confirmed VTU vice-chancellor
 

<p>In a relief for students waiting for the exam dates to be finalised, Karnataka's Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) declared the schedule.</p>

In a relief for students waiting for the exam dates to be finalised, Karnataka's Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) declared the schedule.

<p>VTU, the public state university which has the authority over engineering colleges in the state, will hold offline exams from August 24 to 30, vice-chancellor Karisiddappa confirmed.</p>

VTU, the public state university which has the authority over engineering colleges in the state, will hold offline exams from August 24 to 30, vice-chancellor Karisiddappa confirmed.

<p>However, the pen and paper examinations will be held only for eighth-semester students. In a Facebook live session addressed to students and parents, the VC stated that no examination will be held for new students of other even semesters (Sem 2,4 and 6).</p>

However, the pen and paper examinations will be held only for eighth-semester students. In a Facebook live session addressed to students and parents, the VC stated that no examination will be held for new students of other even semesters (Sem 2,4 and 6).

<p>At the same time, there will be an option for the eighth-semester students to attempt examinations of earlier semesters, in which they have failed.<br />
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At the same time, there will be an option for the eighth-semester students to attempt examinations of earlier semesters, in which they have failed.
 

<p>“The exam timetable for students expecting to clear backlog papers will be announced soon,” the VC added.</p>

“The exam timetable for students expecting to clear backlog papers will be announced soon,” the VC added.

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