Indore: Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya ( DAVV) has to shift its exam centre from Atal Behari Vajpayee Govt Arts and Commerce College also known as GACC to the UTD campus after the District Election Office selected the college for training for teachers and employees for poll duty.

The exams, which were scheduled at the college, would now be held at School of Economics on the UTD campus. DAVV Exam Controller KN Chaturvedi said that the college authorities informed the university that their campus has been selected by the election office for poll training so it would not be able to hold exams till the training is over.

The training is to be held from November 15 to 20. Exam for some papers are scheduled during this period at the GACC so the university decided to shift the exam centre from the college to School of Economics.

“ In one shift, about 450 students appear in exam at GACC. We have enough space at School of Economics to accommodate these examinees,” Chaturvedi said.

Nov 15 exams deferred

Exams scheduled for November 15 have been postponed and rescheduled to November 28. The reason for postponement is being declaration of November 15 as ‘ Moharrum’ holiday. The DAVV Exam Controller said that the government declared holiday on November 15 which earlier was not so the university has to cancel exams for papers scheduled on the day. BA and BSC fifth semester exams were to be held on the day. Four papers of BA and six papers of BSc courses were scheduled for the day. Exams for these papers would now be held on November 28.

BPT exam from Nov 19

The DAVV has declared exam timetables of BPT first, second and third semester exams. As per timetable, the exams would commence on November 19 and conclude on December 8. The BPT is running behind the schedule and the university is trying to bring it on track. room, given State, facilities 230 polling government Separate be of the

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