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Madras University revised exam dates

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CHENNAI, MARCH 15. Madras University has announced the revised dates for examinations. The undergraduate, post-graduate and professional degree examinations for both non-semester and semester patterns will begin on April 12 and end on May 27.

Under the non-semester pattern, BA/ B.Sc/ B.Com./ B.B.A/ B.B.M, examinations will begin on April 12 and end on April 29; for M.A/M.Com./M.B.M/M.L.M/M.Sc - April 12 and April 27; for B.Sc. (Hotel) - April 7 and May 4; and for Law/B.Ed/M.Ed - April 7 and April 30.

Under the semester pattern, B.A/ B.S. C/ B. Com., the examinations will commence on April 15 and end on April 22; M.A/M.Com/M.Sc, April 12 and April 29; MCA/M.Sc (CS/IT) - April 12 and May 5; for MBA - April 7 and May 4; BLM, April 12 and May 5; B.Sc. (Nautical) - April 12 and May 24; and B.E/B.Tech./B. Arch - April 7 and May 27.

Examinations will not be held from May 6 to 16 in view of the Lok Sabha elections. The timetable of theory examinations will be available at colleges on March 19, a university press release said.

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