LU: List of even semester examination centers released latest news today in hindi

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Latest Updated 22/04/2024: The proposed list of examination centers for the even semester examinations of Lucknow University and Affiliated Colleges has been released. 

  • List of examination centers released on the website
  • Undergraduate even semester examination will start from 30th April

The graduation even semester examination is to start from 30th April. The list of proposed centers has been uploaded on the university website. Controller of Examinations Vidyanand Tripathi said that if you have any suggestion regarding the list of examination centres, please provide it on the mail ID of the examination department by 23rd April.

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22 colleges were made nodal centers

22 nodal examination centers have been created for even semester examinations. Nodal examination centers have been made including Lucknow University, CSN PG College in Hardoi, Government College Pihani Hardoi, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Degree College Allipur, SC Bose College, Divyanand Vidyamandir College. Along with this, YD PG College in Lakhimpur Kheri, CGN PG College, Government College Palyan, Smriti College Pritampura, Mohammadi College, Feroze Gandhi College in Rae Bareli, Sarvodaya Vidyapeeth PG College, Dr. Ambedkar Government College, Dayanand Bachhrawan College, Baiswara Degree College, Kamla Nehru PG College, Sitapur Education Institute in Sitapur, DDU Government PG College, Shri Gandhi Degree College, FAA Government Degree College and Krishnapal Singh Mahavidyalaya have been made nodal examination centres.

University should also accept hand written projects

LUACTA has written a letter to the Vice Chancellor demanding to reduce the type limit of sixty pages for the students of Major 1 of the sixth semester. LUACTA President Dr. Manoj Pandey has demanded that instead of 60 pages, there should not be a limit on the number of pages and handwritten copies should also be accepted.

Dr. Manoj Pandey said that a day after declaring the exam date, the Controller of Examinations has given instructions to submit the project in type 60 page hard and soft copy for Major 1 subject. Whereas there is less time left for the examination and five districts fall within the limits of the university. In which poor children also study. The examination is starting from 30th April. At present students are busy preparing for the exam. In such a situation, a lot of time will be wasted in typing sixty pages. Besides, making the poor child type pages will also increase the additional burden.