Exam – Vice Chancellor inspected two exam centers

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Barabanki. On the second day of the university examination, the Vice Chancellor of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University, Ayodhya, two exam centers. At Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial PG College, 296 candidates appeared on the first shift and 426 on the second shift. 10 students were missing in both shifts.
On Friday, Acharya Ravi Shankar Singh, Vice Chancellor of Avadh University, Ayodhya, made a surprise inspection of Mohanlal Verma Degree College and Pt. Pranath Kamta Prasad Mahavidyalaya and saw the state of testing. He instructed to follow the corona protocol at all costs.
Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial PG College held the third year BA English and Commerce exam on its first shift, with 296 candidates taking the exam versus 299. In the second shift, BSc third year Physics, MA second year Economics, Middle History, Pedagogy, Hindi, Sociology, English, Political Science were examined, with 426 candidates taking the exam versus 433. Ten students were absent in both shifts. At Ramnagar PG College, 430 candidates appeared on the first shift and 733 on the second shift. (Conversation)

Barabanki. On the second day of the university examination, the Vice Chancellor of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Avadh University, Ayodhya, two exam centers. At Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial PG College, 296 candidates appeared on the first shift and 426 on the second shift. 10 students were missing in both shifts.

On Friday, Acharya Ravi Shankar Singh, Vice Chancellor of Avadh University, Ayodhya, made a surprise inspection of Mohanlal Verma Degree College and Pt. Pranath Kamta Prasad Mahavidyalaya and saw the state of testing. He instructed to follow the corona protocol at all costs.

Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial PG College held the third year BA English and Commerce exam on its first shift, with 296 candidates taking the exam versus 299. In the second shift, BSc third year Physics, MA second year Economics, Middle History, Pedagogy, Hindi, Sociology, English, Political Science were examined, with 426 candidates taking the exam versus 433. Ten students were absent in both shifts. At Ramnagar PG College, 430 candidates appeared on the first shift and 733 on the second shift. (Conversation)

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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