Breaking News About PU BA, BSc Exams 2018-End of Composite Exams

Breaking News About PU BA, BSc Exams 2018-End of Composite Exams

Breaking News About Punjab University PU  BA & BSc Exams 2017 – No Composite Exams From 2017
We have a breaking news for those students of Punjab University who are going to appear in BA, BSc exams in 2017. As per media reports now Punjab University will conduct the BA, BSc exams in parts. 3rd year and 4th year exams will be conducted separately. Two years composite exams will not be taken. This will be first time in the history of university of Punjab that BA, BSc exams will be conducted in two parts.

Earlier Punjab university used to take BA, BSc composite exams after two years from the date of passing the inter exams. As per Punjab University (PU) administration it was a burden on students. Controller Examination, PU Prof Dr Shahid Munir claimed that students will welcome this decision as it has been taken in their interest. Separate exams for 3rd and 4th year will be taken from 2017 and 133 years old composite exam system will be abolished from 2017.

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Breaking News About PU BA, BSc Exams 2017-End of Composite Exams

This decision has been taken with the consultation of all deans and academic council of PU and VC Punjab University has also approved this decision. From 2017 BA/BSc part-I and II students will have to appear in separate exams. Syndicate of Punjab University (PU)has also rectified this decision. PUNJAB University (PU) authorities are sure that students will welcome this decision as it will reduce burden on them. As per APP news agency and daily Times Punjab University (PU) has directed its all affiliated colleges to divide the syllabus into 2 equal parts as per new exam policy for BA & BSc as from next year BA, BSc exams will be taken on the pattern of Matric, Intermediate, BCom, L.L.B, M.A and M.Sc. Majority of affiliated colleges of Punjab University (PU) have also endorsed this new exam policy for BA & BSc.

As per newly announced policy the students who will get 2 supplies will not be declared full fail and they will be permitted to appear in just their those subjects of last class in which they have failed. As per media reports its a final decision but we think that Punjab University (PU) should get the consent of the students too as many students have recorded us their reservation about this proposed policy. Visit your own website and its facebook page for latest breaking news specially about education sector. Share your views with us, either your are in favor of this decision or not.