SDLCE degree, PG exams rescheduled
The Kakatiya University distance mode degree and post-graduate examinations scheduled to be conducted on Saturday and Sunday (November 11 and 12) were postponed to November 28 and 29 respectively.
Hanamkonda: The Kakatiya University distance mode degree and post-graduate examinations scheduled to be conducted on Saturday and Sunday (November 11 and 12) were postponed to November 28 and 29 respectively.
The KU School of Distance Learning and Continuing Education (SDLCE) Director Prof Ch Dinesh Kumar and the university Controller of Examinations Prof S Mahender Reddy in statement on Friday informed that the examinations were deferred on account of forest range officers (FRO) examination being conducted by the TSPSC.
There will be no change in the time and examination centres related to the postponed examinations and the schedule of the remaining examinations will remain as it is, they said and appealed the candidates to make note of the rescheduling of the examinations.
The SDLCE Director Prof Dinesh Kumar who inspected different exam centres in Hanamkonda asked the authorities at the examination centres to make arrangements for the convenience of the candidates appearing for the exams. He also wanted the officials to take steps to prevent malpractices during the exam.
Section 144 at FRO test centres In another statement, the Commissioner of Police G Sudheer Babu informed that prohibitory orders under section 144 will be enforced on Saturday and Sunday in and around the forest range officers test centres. The orders will be in force from 8 am to 5 pm and staging dharnas, rallies and meetings without prior permission at the places where the TSPSC examinations will be conducted will be punishable, he added.
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