Pune: SPPU examinations commenced from today, results to be out by June

SPPU-affiliated colleges in Pune, Ahmednagar, and Nashik to commence from June 20

SPPU-affiliated colleges in Pune, Ahmednagar, and Nashik to commence from June 20

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The SPPU has released its examination schedule on Sunday stating all the important dates and events pertaining to the semester examinations, avoiding all possible delays. UGC has informed about finalising results by June. 

23 April 2024

By Payoshi Bisht

The Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) commenced examinations today, that is 23rd April 2024. The department of examination at SPPU has begun all preparations for the same. As per the instructions of the University Grants Commission (UGC), all universities are required to announce the semester examination results by June and shall commence with the next academic year in the first week of August. 

The main examinations at SPPU are starting tomorrow onwards, which makes it convenient to display the results by the deadline given by the UGC. Every year, almost 7.5 lakh students appear for examinations at the SPPU affiliated colleges located in the Pune, Ahmednagar and Nashik districts. As per the schedule posted by the University on Sunday, the term examinations for second and third years of arts, commerce and science were expected to begin on 23rd April as scheduled. 

However, for the master’s degree science courses, examinations will be conducted on 14th May 2024 and engineering exams will be conducted on 15th and 16th May 2024. The schedule for other courses such as pharmacy, BBA, MBA, law, etc. has also been released which can be accessed through this site: http://exam.unipune.ac.in/Pages/SchedulesTimetables.html

As per Mahesh Kakade, SPPU director of examination and evaluation, the examination applications are on time this year; they were disrupted last time due to COVID-19. This year the examination as well as results will be on time and as per schedule. Students are happy with the decision of the SPPU but they also seem sceptical about the possible delay, which if avoided this time, will let the results be accessed faster. Wishing all the examinees best of luck!