Sampurnanand University’s annual exams are held in 338 centers

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Sampurnanand Sanskrit University’s Shastri-Acharya exams will begin on August 3rd in two shifts. The university has proposed 338 centers in the country for 26,500 candidates. The proposed list of centers has also been uploaded to the website. The final list of centers will be published once the objections have been resolved. Most college students have been given the opportunity to self-center.
The exams of Shastri 2nd year and Acharya 2nd semester take place in the first shift from 10 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. During the Shastri III and Acharya IV semester exams take place in the second shift from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. 304 centers have been established in the state. It includes 110 centers in ten districts, including Varanasi by Purvanchal. The maximum of 33-33 centers are located in Varanasi and Ballia. In Sonbhadra, on the other hand, a center was built. While 34 centers outside of Uttar Pradesh were proposed. In addition to Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Sikkim, Delhi, West Bengal, Jammu and Kashmir will hold simultaneous exams across the country.
110 centers in ten districts
Varanasi 33
Chandauli 09
Bhadohi 06
Mirzapur 03
Jaunpur 33
Ghazipur 03
Azamgarh 10
mau 05
Sonbhadra 01
Ballia 16

Sampurnanand Sanskrit University’s Shastri-Acharya exams will begin on August 3rd in two shifts. The university has proposed 338 centers in the country for 26,500 candidates. The proposed list of centers has also been uploaded to the website. The final list of centers will be published once the objections have been resolved. Most college students have been given the opportunity to self-center.

The exams of Shastri 2nd year and Acharya 2nd semester take place in the first shift from 10 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. During the Shastri III and Acharya IV semester exams take place in the second shift from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. 304 centers have been established in the state. It includes 110 centers in ten districts, including Varanasi by Purvanchal. A maximum of 33-33 centers are located in Varanasi and Ballia. In Sonbhadra, on the other hand, a center was built. While 34 centers outside of Uttar Pradesh were proposed. In addition to Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Sikkim, Delhi, West Bengal, Jammu and Kashmir will hold simultaneous exams across the country.

110 centers in ten districts

Varanasi 33

Chandauli 09

Bhadohi 06

Mirzapur 03

Jaunpur 33

Ghazipur 03

Azamgarh 10

mau 05

Sonbhadra 01

Ballia 16

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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