The financially troubled Punjabi University had decided to offer this special re-attendance to its alumni, who may reappear for a semester or part of their course or class which did not include any practical examination. To avail this special opportunity, the candidate will have to pay Rs 50,000 along with the examination and entrance fees.
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Similarly, students who failed to pass their exam earlier during re-examination or ‘correction’ may have a chance to re-appear for two papers in a maximum of two semesters. The candidate will have to pay Rs 40,000. A special opportunity has also been given to those students who could not avail of their class or course degree as they did not pass the ‘Environmental and Road Safety Awareness Examination and Drug Abuse’ examination as per UGC rules. The candidate will have to pay Rs 2500 to reappear and qualify for the ‘Environmental and Road Safety Examination and Drug Abuse’ examination. In addition to the fee for the ‘special occasion’ overall, the candidate will also have to pay the examination fee and the entrance fee.
This special opportunity is only for external written examinations and is not offered to M.Phil and PhD alumni. Students who failed or reappeared in their internal examinations also could not apply for this special occasion.
“We have decided to offer a special re-appearance to those students who, in the past, had failed to get a degree for their course or class, either missed or failed their exams / exams and Missed or failed to take advantage. Opportunity to ‘reform’ or ‘reappear’ according to university rules. After the first 2000 batch, the fee for reappearance or improvement under special occasion was Rs 35000 but now it has been increased to Rs 40,000. The current syllabus will be applicable for those candidates who wish to appear under this new special occasion. The old syllabus will be applicable only for those exams which are not part of the current syllabus. The ‘Aud & Even’ examination rule will apply under which exams are held again in December for semesters 1, 3 and 5 and in the month of May for semesters 2, 4 and 6. Punjabi University Controller of Examinations JIS Khattar said that as per the Supreme Court ruling, it is mandatory for the students of 2010 batch to qualify for the ‘Environmental and Road Safety Examination and the’ Drug Abuse ‘Examination.
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