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OU revises engg exam time-table following hue and cry by students – Times of India

HYDERABAD: Osmania University (OU) revised the examination time-table for ensuing engineering exams following hue and cry by the students on having exams on consecutive days without any gap in between.

According to the exam schedule, first year Bachelors of Engineering (BE) supplementary examinations are scheduled from December 2 to 8, second semester examinations from November 23 to December 1 and fourth semester exams from December 3 to December 11. While students of Osmania University’s College of Engineering students had adequate number of days between their examinations, the same was not the case for the affiliated colleges.

Following multiple representations from the students, Arvind Kumar took to Twitter to declare the revised time-table – “#OU exams schedule is revised for forthcoming exams starting 23/11/2020 by giving atleast one day gap between 2 exams based on large # of representations received. Further #OU will ensure atleast a minimum of 45days gap for next semester exams to ensure sufficient preparation time.”

As per the revised time-table, there is atleast two to three days of gap between every examination. The examination will be held from 10 am to 12 pm following all the safety protocols for preventing spread of Covid-19.

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