UP Govt issues Guidelines for academic sessions in Universities

New guidelines have been issued for all the universities of the state by the Uttar Pradesh government. According to the new guidelines, the new session will start from October.

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Published on 13 July 2020 5:31 AM GMT

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Lucknow: New guidelines have been issued for all the universities of the state by the Uttar Pradesh government. According to the new guidelines, the new session will start from October. At the same time, studies will start in the universities from November.

The examinations will be held in March (2021) next year. Post-graduation classes will start from November 1, 2020. The government has released a new guideline for all universities in the state due to Corona.

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New session from October: Guidelines

The Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh has decided to keep all educational institutions in the state closed till July 31, keeping in mind the rising corona virus and the safety of students. However, online classes will continue as before. Significantly, due to the corona virus epidemic, all states across the country have postponed or canceled both university examinations and classes.

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Uttar Pradesh Board (UP board) announced the 10th and 12th class results on 27 June. This year's result was better than last year. This time 83.31 per cent students in class 10 and 74.63 per cent students of class 12 have passed. This time about three and a half million children appeared in the 10th examination. At the same time, lakhs of students participated in the 12th examination.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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