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Education News: CCSU Exam from 30th December at centers college students may face problems due to company – CCSU: Exam from 30th December, due to company’s shortcomings there may be problems at centers

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UG-PG annual back and traditional-professional even semester examinations in colleges affiliated to Chaudhary Charan Singh University will start in two shifts from December 30. The University has sent the papers to all the centers for these examinations, which are proposed to have papers in the shifts of 10 to 1 and 2 to 5. The university claims that preparations for the examination are complete. The admit cards of the students have been uploaded and 97 percent students have downloaded them. The forms which appear to be unverified till now have not been claimed by either the student or the college. However, there are chances of some problems at the centers due to the company’s shortcomings. According to the university, if anyone has any problem, he can contact the helpline or campus counter.

Students claim, no results of NEP
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Revised answer key of MBBS released
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Prof. Chandrashekhar Bhardwaj becomes press spokesperson
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