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GU exams partly rescheduled

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Dec 11 - As the protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill (CAB) intensified across the State, the Gauhati University authority today announced rescheduling of the remaining exam papers that were supposed to be held within December 16. However, all examinations scheduled from December 17 will be held as per earlier routine.

The decision was taken at a meeting presided over by GU Vice Chancellor Prof Pratap Jyoti Handique. All deans of the university, Registrar, Examination Controller, Secretary of University Classes and other officials concerned along with the president of the Gauhati University Teachers� Association and the presidents and the general secretaries of the Post Graduate Students� Union and the University Law College Students� Union were present at the meeting.

The meeting decided that all the examinations would be completed within December 30. The meeting also urged the student community to focus on their exams, so that they would not have to lose an academic year.

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GU exams partly rescheduled

GUWAHATI, Dec 11 - As the protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill (CAB) intensified across the State, the Gauhati University authority today announced rescheduling of the remaining exam papers that were supposed to be held within December 16. However, all examinations scheduled from December 17 will be held as per earlier routine.

The decision was taken at a meeting presided over by GU Vice Chancellor Prof Pratap Jyoti Handique. All deans of the university, Registrar, Examination Controller, Secretary of University Classes and other officials concerned along with the president of the Gauhati University Teachers� Association and the presidents and the general secretaries of the Post Graduate Students� Union and the University Law College Students� Union were present at the meeting.

The meeting decided that all the examinations would be completed within December 30. The meeting also urged the student community to focus on their exams, so that they would not have to lose an academic year.