The government of Madhya Pradesh has announced that the final year examinations of all universities in the state will take place between 29 June and 31 July. The decision was taken in a meeting between the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Governor Lalji Tandon and senior officials of higher education.
“CM Chouhan took part in a meeting of the higher education department to decide on the dates of the final examinations of graduate, postgraduate and other courses of the state universities. Accordingly, the final year or semester exams of the state universities, both government and private, will be held from June 29 to July 31,” an official release read.
The examinations in Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya will take place from 16 June to 30 June and the results will be declared on 15 July.
The first-year classes in technical institutions will commence in October. The second and third-year classes will start a month before, from 1 September onwards.
There will be changes in the examination pattern as well. The examinations will be reduced to two hours, and conducted in three shifts. The examinations may also be conducted in online mode if the traditional paper-based model is deemed unfeasible, given the circumstances.