After the letter from the EC, DAVV changes the class schedule because the exam dates conflict with the polls

Indore (Madhya Pradesh): The scattered who’s who approach of the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya came to the fore when the Election Commission wrote a letter to the university asking it to make changes in the exam schedules as some papers conflicted with the election dates.

After the letter from the EC, the university has made the necessary changes to the schedules.

The third round of Lok Sabha elections is scheduled for May 7 and the fourth on May 13. With students from all over India coming to study in colleges under the wings of DAVV, chances are high that they will fail to vote for their respective continuations due to exams being very strong.

The EC has taken note of this and has written a letter to DAVV to postpone the exams scheduled for May 7 and 13.

The Ministry of Higher Education also wrote the same to DAVV and other universities in the state.

The third semester MBA exams, which are four months behind schedule, will start from May 7 and will continue till June 28. The university has suspended the paper scheduled for May 7.

Moreover, the Supply Chain Management subject paper will take place on May 11, while the BA final year paper on History of Freedom Movement in MP and a BSC paper are scheduled on May 9. Exam controller Dr. Ashesh Tiwari said that they have received a letter from the Higher Education Department and the Election Commission suggesting not to conduct exams on the voting dates.

“We have adjusted the schedules of the exams scheduled between May 7 and 13,” he added.

Published: Sunday, Apr 28, 2024 10:46 IST