In response to the increasing impact of the Biparjoy cyclone, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur has taken the decision to postpone its examinations. Dr. Rajesh Kumawat, the University Examination Controller, has officially declared that all exams, including both annual and semester system courses, which were originally scheduled to take place on June 17, will be rescheduled. This decision has been made keeping in mind the safety and well-being of the students, faculty, and staff associated with the university. The new exam dates will be communicated to the students in due course through the university's official website.
It is recommended for students to regularly check the university's website for updates and announcements regarding the rescheduled examinations. The university is committed to providing a conducive and secure environment for students to undertake their examinations, and efforts are being made to accommodate the revised schedule accordingly.
The university administration, along with Dr. Rajesh Kumawat, will continue to monitor the situation closely and make further decisions based on the developments related to the Biparjoy cyclone. The priority remains the well-being and academic progress of the students, and the university is dedicated to ensuring a smooth and successful completion of the examinations once the situation stabilizes.
Source: Dainik Bhaskar