Calicut University: Re-examination to Held for COVID-19 Students; Details Here

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November 07, 2020: Calicut University has announced the conduction of re-examination for candidates who were unable to appear for the university exam due to COVID-19 restriction.

Calicut University (CU) will conduct the university examination for students who have been tested positive for COVID-19, in quarantine, pregnant women, differently-abled students, and those who could not appear for the examination due to COVID-19 restrictions. 

As per the university announcement, candidates who missed the CU examination are now eligible to appear for re-examination. Details regarding exam date will be announced soon. 

Read: UGCAP 2020: Calicut University Released Fourth Allotment 2020 List on Nov 03

Calicut University: Re-Examination Center

Check Calicut University Re-Exam Centers from the reference table below:

Government Brennen Higher Secondary School, Thalassery

Kannur, Government College

NSS Training College, Ottappalam, Palakkad

NMSM Government College

NSS College, Manjeri, Malappuram

Kalpetta, Malabar Christian College, Kozhikode

St. Thomas College, Thrissur

Marthoma College, Pathanamthitta

Government College, Kattappana

Maharaja’s College, Ernakulam

Government College, Ambalappuzha

Alappuzha, Government College, Kottayam

University College, Thiruvananthapuram

Government College, Chavara

Calicut University Centres at Kadamath, Kavarathy, and Androth

Read: Calicut University UG Admissions 2020: CAP 3rd Allotment Results Released

Calicut University: Re-examination Important Guidelines 

Important Guidelines and instructions to follow during the commencement of re-examination are as follows:

  • Students are requested to reach their allotted examination centers at least an hour before the commencement of the examination. 
  • Candidates appearing for re-exam from containment or red zones are required to inform the exam authority in advance. 
  • Students appearing for the morning or evening shifts are requested to inform the exam authority regarding their special needs at least a day before the conduction of the examination. 
  • Candidates can check their exam centers by sending their request to the concerned authority. 
  • Students who are not able to attest their valid photograph will have to produce a copy of a valid card. 

Students who will appear for the examination conducted by Calicut University are strictly advised to follow the COVID-19 precautions and guidelines mentioned in their allotted exam admit cards. 

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