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MP to conduct open book examination for 1st, 2nd year UG students in May

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MP to conduct open book examination for 1st, 2nd year UG students in May

MP to conduct open book examination for 1st, 2nd year UG students in May

As the number of COVID-19 cases is again surging in Madhya Pradesh, state's Higher Education Minister Dr Mohan Yadav on March 27 informed that this year, semester exams for college students will be conduct through open book examination.

"We have decided to conduct open book examination for first and second year students pursuing undergraduate courses, in May.

While the examination of final year students will be held offline mode (in college), in June," he said while addressing a press conference in Bhopal.


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