Exams For The Second Semester Of SPPU Begin On July 12

The examination at the Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) for the second half of this week will commencement on 12 July according to a notification from the university.

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Mahesh Kakade, the Director of Examination and Evaluation Department, said that students who have not paid their examination fees cannot participate for the examinations.

A few days ago, he sent a letter to all universities requesting that they not retain examination forms when academic fees are not paid.

While universities collect academic fees, examination fees must be paid directly to the university using an online link that is created once the examination form has been submitted.

Meanwhile, the exam would be held in phases over a 45-day period. Over six lakh students from 240 faculties will take the exams, which will cover nearly 4200 subjects for various courses offered by SPPU.

The schedules for a few courses in the humanities, engineering, and commerce faculties have been posted.

Officials from the exam department stated that final-year students will be given priority in completing the exam as soon as possible, allowing them to apply for further studies or jobs.

The results will be declared within 48hours, like the previous semester, and students should apply for corrections in results in two days’ time.

The exam would be an online method provided with 50-mark multiple-choice (MCQ) and held every day from 09:00 to 11:00 and from 15:00 to 17:00.

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