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SPPU, Pune will Soon conduct Multi-Lingual Lectures
Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) has begun to translate its popular courses and content in Marathi to overcome the discussion barrier and help students better understand concepts.
The project was undertaken by the Education Media Research Center (EMRC).
There are almost 40 online course
Pune University Results for UG and PG courses to be Announced by July
At the first-ever online senate meeting, Nitin Karmalkar, Vice-Chancellor, SPPU has announced that SPPU will declare all undergraduate and postgraduate results by July.
However, only final semester exams will not be released so early. Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) is
SPPU Exam 2020: Exam Form Submission Deadline Extended
Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) has extended the deadline for submitting exam forms for first and second-year students.
Mahesh Kakade, Director (Examination Department), SPPU stated scores of students reported not being able to complete the procedure due to technical and in
SPPU Also Working on Setting up COVID Testing Centre
In light of the current situation, Savitribai Phule Pune University is working towards setting up a COVID-19 testing centre in its premises, said SPPU Vice-chancellor Nitin Karmalkar in a statement to the media.
Earlier, Savitribai Phule Pune University set up a separate quarantine ward as
Pune Universities to Draft Online Courses for International Students
Universities in Pune have told the foreign students studying with them to stay at their home as they are preparing a framework to start out the semester online and possibly the entire year.
The universities however need to finalize the mode of assessment and obtain approval from the regulatory bo
SPPU to Conduct Exam on Entire Syllabus for Final Semester UG Students
The final year students of undergraduate non- professional courses would have to appear by studying the full syllabus for their final semester as SSPU has decided to conduct exams.
However, students pursuing professional courses of both undergraduate and postgraduate would have to study 60% of th