Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore
Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore

Indore (Madhya Pradesh): A day after guidelines for admission in UG and PG courses were released by Department of Higher Education, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) expedited the process for declaring results.

The university administration has asked evaluation centre to ensure that all UG final year and PG final semester results are declared before July 31.

Though the DHE had earlier directed all universities across the state to ensure that UG final year and PG final semester results are out by July 31, the university administration wants no results to remain pending after July 31.

According to official sources, BA, BCom, BSc results will be released from July 25-28 whereas MA, MCom, MSc results were will be declared from July 27-30.

The university has almost completed evaluation of 48,000 answer books of UG final year and 14,000 answer books of PG fourth semester. Nearly 350 teachers have been roped into the task of evaluating answer books.

Exam controller Prof Ashesh Tiwari said the work of preparing results is in the final stage. “We will try to hand over answer sheets to students as early as possible so that they do not face any problem in taking admission to higher studies courses,” he added.

The registration for admissions in first year of conventional undergraduate courses and first semester of postgraduate courses will start from August 1 even as classes for session 2021-22 would commence from September 1.

Though the results of Class 12 have still not been declared, Department of Higher Education (DHE) on Thursday released the much-awaited guidelines for admission in government and private colleges in the state for session 2021-22. The admission would be held in three rounds.

Unlike last year, DHE would hold two rounds of centralised online admission counselling and one round of college level counselling (CLC).

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