University of Mangalore 2021 Exams: Pending UG and PG exams will start from August 11
2021 University of Mangalore Exams | Photo credit: Representative image
- The University of Mangalore 2021 exams will start from August 11, 2021.
- These exams will be organized for students who failed their UG, PG exams or were still pending.
- Reviews have been postponed due to the increase in COVID-19 cases.
The 2021 University of Mangalore exams will start soon. The university had pending exams for undergraduate, UG, and postgraduate, PG courses. These pending UG, PG exams will now take place from August 11, 2021. Candidates can check the details on the official website- mangaloreuniversity.ac.in.
These Mangalore University 2021 exams are for odd semester UG, PG courses. The decision was taken jointly by the Dakshina Kannada district administration and the University of Mangalore. Earlier, these exams were canceled after Deputy Commissioner KV Rajendra, called for the exams to be stopped due to the increase in COVID-19 cases. It was also alleged that these cases were on the increase as many students from Kerala came to take the exams.
The final decision to retake the odd semester UG, PG exams was taken after the university registrar, PL Dharma and registrar Kishore Kumar CK met with the deputy commissioner in the presence of the co-director. of Kerala who take the exams are required to produce a negative RT-PCR certificate for COVID-19.
Stakeholders should also note that this time the co-director of college education will oversee the exams. Autonomous colleges and reputable universities will also need to obtain authorizations from the authority to conduct these exams. In addition, hall tickets for the Mangalore 2021 university exams will be sent via WhatsApp or email.
This time it was even mandated that students who have not paid the exam fees for the University of Mangalore 2021 exams also be allowed to sit for the exams. Hall tickets must be issued regardless of payment of the fee and all COVID-19 security protocols must be followed. No one should be found violating any security orders or protocols.