AKTU Semester Exam 2021 to be Conducted from Feb 16; Check AKTU Date Sheet 2021 Here

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Dr A P J Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU), Lucknow will be conducting the end semester and arrear examination for the odd semester of 2020-21 academic year from February 16, 2021. The university has released the proposed program recently.

According to the official schedule, AKTU has prepared to conduct the semester examinations in two phases from February 16 to March 26, 2021. AKTU is conducting the examination for the odd semester students of 2020-21 academic year. For the students of semester five, seven and nine, the examination will be conducted from February 16-March 5.

AKTU Date Sheet 2021: Odd Semester Exams

AKTU Programs AKTU Date Sheet 2021 Link
Revised and Final Exam Schedule for 3rd, 4th and 5th year Odd Semester 2020-21 Check Here
Revised And Final Examination Schedule of Odd Semester Regular & Cop For Session 2020-21 Check Here
Project VIVA and Other Practical COP Exam of Even Sem 2019-20     Check Here
 Examination instructions and COVID-19 guidelines for ODD Semester Examination 2020-21 (Jan 18-Mar 26, 2021) Check Here

For the students of the first and third semester of UG and PG programs, the examinations will be conducted from March 9 to March 26, 2021. The administration of AKTU stated that it is just a proposed program and it can be changed if students have any objection to it. 

Candidates can register their objections to the proposed program and file their concerns at mail-summary@yahoo.com before January 21, 2021.  Ashish Mehra, the spokesperson of AKTU has stated that the examination committee assembly was conducted on January 16, 2021. In the assembly, the members have decided to offer another chance for the students to appear in the examination. 

The assembly members stated that AKTU will be conducting examination between January 18 and February 8, 2021, for those students who have failed to appear for the previous semester examination because of the restrictions imposed due to the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic.

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